Ramos hit .307 with 22 home runs and 80 runs batted in this past season, all of which are personal bests. That lead to him being named to his first All-Star team, as he finished ninth in the National League in batting.
His season did come to a disappointing end, as he suffered a torn ACL while jumping to receive a relay throw at home plate on September 26th. It was his second torn ACL in the past four years, as the Nats went on to be eliminated in the NLDS without him.
Ramos's numbers have improved on the defensive side of the ball, as the catcher has thrown out 38 percent of base-stealers since 2014, which ranks best in the NL. In 585 career games, the 29-year-old is batting .269.