WASHINGTON -- Last September, Wilson Ramos called and caught Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter, accomplishing a feat most catchers never will. On Saturday, in Washington's 6-0 win over Pittsburgh, he did it again.
Ramos and Max Scherzer were in sync all afternoon, leading to 10 strikeouts and a no-hitter during another dominant performance from the Nats' ace.
"That's amazing, an amazing moment in my career," Ramos said. "I did it last year with Jordan and this year with Max. That made me feel so excited, because I felt like I did a good job behind the plate. It was an amazing job for Max today. It made me feel happy that we were on the same page. It was an incredible job today."
Ramos knocked a single in the sixth and scored in that four-run Nationals inning, but after all 27 outs were recorded and the no-hitter was secure, the focus for Ramos was on his work behind the plate and his management of Scherzer.