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47. Wilson Ramos

A member of the Washington Nationals for seven years, Wilson Ramos’s first six years in the Capital City would see him suffer through multiple injuries and occasional platooning, which would limit to a degree his production.  He made it on this list of the top 50 Washington Nationals based on the strength of his final season (2016) where he had career highs in Hits (148), Home Runs (22), Runs Batted In (80), and all aspects of the Slash Line (.307/.354/.496).  He was also named an All Star, a Silver Slugger and finished 17th in MVP voting that year.

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