Kidnapped Catcher Wins Radbourn Award


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Washington, D.C. (Nov. 21, 2011) -- Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, who vowed to keep playing winter ball after getting kidnapped in Venezuela, and Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton, who gutted it out after his unintentional role in a fan’s tragic death, top the list of winners for the 2011 “Radbourn Award” for combined grit and greatness.

The award, named after Hall of Fame pitcher Old Hoss Radbourn, who set the all-time Major League record by doggedly winning 59 games in a single season, goes to the best and grittiest men in baseball at all nine positions.


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