3:45 pm: Adam Rubin of ESPN New York says Ramon Ramirez was injured during last night’s no-hitter celebration, not Elvin Ramirez.
2:37 pm: Elvin Ramirez injured his hamstring during last night’s no-hitter celebration, and is likely headed to the disabled list, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
Ramirez was added to the 40-man roster and activated before last night’s game.
Ramirez was 3-1 with a 0.65 ERA between Double-A Binghamton and Triple-A Buffalo this season. He was unscored upon in 14 2/3 innings for Buffalo, having allowed just one walk and five hits while striking out 19 in 11 games. In late 2010, he was left unprotected by the Mets and picked by the Nationals in the Rule 5 draft. However, Ramirez missed the entire year after having shoulder surgery, so the Nationals eventually returned him to the Mets.
There are also other considerations forthcoming: The returns of Chris Young, Jason Bay, and Ruben Tejada. But that is a discussion for another day…