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Back in the swingWashington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, attends his first practice session since being kidnapped and later rescued with his local team Tigres de Aragua in Maracay November 15, 2011. Ramos had been seized by gunmen from outside his mother’s home on Wednesday evening during an off-season visit to central Venezuela.  “I didn’t expect to be rescued. The place where they had me was well hidden, in the mountains, practically in the jungle,” he said Saturday, after being rescued amid a hail of bullets on Friday. Photo: REUTERS/Gil Montano

Back in the swing
Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, attends his first practice session since being kidnapped and later rescued with his local team Tigres de Aragua in Maracay November 15, 2011. Ramos had been seized by gunmen from outside his mother’s home on Wednesday evening during an off-season visit to central Venezuela. 

“I didn’t expect to be rescued. The place where they had me was well hidden, in the mountains, practically in the jungle,” he said Saturday, after being rescued amid a hail of bullets on Friday. Photo: REUTERS/Gil Montano

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    oh I’m really glad he’s up and about again. I bet he’s even more glad to get his mind back on baseball.
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