With Evan Gattis sidelined by a back injury, Braves catcher Ryan Doumit was in the starting lineup for the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Phillies.
Doumit responded to the start with his third home run of the season, a solo shot in the 5-1 win. He went 2 for 4, adding a run scored along with the home run.
Doumit is hitting just .221/.244/.349 in 86 at-bats for the Braves.
Braves catcher Ryan Doumit finally put one over the fences Monday night at home against the Brewers.
Making a pinch-hit appearance, Doumit took Wei-Chung Wang deep for a solo home run in the eighth inning, his first home run of the season. He finished 1 for 2 with a run scored and an RBI in a 9-3 victory. He owns a .229/.245/.333 slash line with five RBI in 48 at-bats.
The results of the X-rays on catcher Ryan Doumit's finger came back negative, the Braves announced Sunday evening. Doumit left Sunday's spring game after getting hit on the hand by a foul tip.
Braves catcher Ryan Doumit was diagnosed with a right middle finger contusion after getting hit with a foul tip during Sunday's spring game against the Yankees. He's headed for precautionary X-rays.
Braves catcher Ryan Doumit had a short outing during Sunday's spring game against the Yankees, as he was removed in the bottom of the second inning after taking a foul ball off his right hand.
A comment by former Twins teammate Brian Dozier led new Braves catcher Ryan Doumit to receive a call from a panicked Fredi Gonzalez. Dozier had claimed that Doumit would never catch again after a collision resulted in a concussion last August.
"[Gonzalez] was like, 'What am I hearing?' I was like, 'I'm hearing the same thing and that's news to me.'" Doumit told MLB.com. "But I assure you I have every intention on catching and I want to catch."
Doumit added his belief that Dozier's comments were misinterpreted and that his one-time teammate apologized for the confusion.
He will not start, however. He will be used as a backup to Evan Gattis, who has taken over for the departed Brian McCann.
Twins infielder Brian Dozier mentioned Saturday to the Pioneer Press former teammate Ryan Doumit, who was traded to Atlanta in December, is "not catching anymore" after coming off a concussion in August.
On Sunday, Braves general manager Frank Wren downplayed the speculation, telling MLB Network Radio Doumit is on the team's depth chart at catcher.
"We looked at Doumit as a third catcher and bat off the bench," he said.
The Braves acquired catcher/outfielder Ryan Doumit from the Twins for pitching prospect Sean Gilmartin on Wednesday, according to FOXSports.com.
Doumit hit .247 with 14 home runs and 55 RBI in 2013, having started 43 games at catcher and 29 games in right field. He also missed time due to a concussion.
Gilmartin made 17 starts for Triple-A Gwinnett, going 3-8 with a 5.74 ERA, while contending with shoulder issues.
Twins outfielder Ryan Doumit hit his 13th home run in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
Doumit finished 1 for 3 with the solo shot, a walk, and two runs scored. Doumit, limited to the outfield for the rest of the season due to concussion issues, is hitting .239/.310/.386.
Twins outfielder Ryan Doumit will not play catcher for the rest of the season, partially due to concussion issues, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Doumit hopes to resume catching next season, but said, "At this point, I just wasn’t going to take the risk" after sustaining a concussion earlier in the season. Doumit, hitting .238/.307/.380, will be limited to the outfield and DH the rest of the year.
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit hit his 11th home run in Thursday's victory over Detroit.
Doumit finished 2 for 5 with a run scored and three RBI. The blast came off Justin Verlander and marked Doumit's second in seven games since coming off the disabled list Aug. 16. He had just nine home runs in 99 games prior to the injury. Doumit has a .244/.309/.393 line on the season.
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit has been activated from the seven-day disabled list, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Doumit missed eight games with a concussion. He is hitting .244/.310/.389 with nine home runs in 360 at-bats.
Twins outfielder/catcher Ryan Doumit passed a concussion test and is scheduled to be activated from the disabled list Thursday, MLB.com reports. The Twins still need to get Major League Baseball's approval before Doumit is reinstated from the DL.
"Everything is pointing to an activation in the next day or two," general manager Terry Ryan said. "But it'll probably be tomorrow."
Twins outfielder/catcher Ryan Doumit is slated to be activated from the seven-day concussion disabled list Thursday or Friday, ESPN 1500 reports.
Thursday marks the first day Doumit is eligible to return, as he has been out since August 7 with the concussion. He is hitting .244/.310/.389 with nine home runs in 99 games.
The Twins are hopeful catcher/outfielder Ryan Doumit will be activated from the seven-day concussion disabled list Thursday, and team doctors will examine Doumit Monday, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Doumit left Wednesday's game due to concussion-like symptoms. He has hit .244/.310/.389 in 360 at-bats.
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit has been placed on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion.
Doumit had a leave Wednesday's game with concussion-like symptoms, and was evaluated by the club. Doumit said catching would have been a "recipe for disaster" based on how he was feeling. He's hitting .244/.310/.389 in 360 at-bats.
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit had to leave Wednesday's game due to nausea that could be related to a concussion, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Doumit explained after the game that his head was foggy and he couldn't focus on the pitches he was calling. When asked about the symptoms, Doumit admitted he'd been hit in the head a few times lately. He specifically recalled a game from earlier in the week when he took a shot to the head. Doumit said staying in the game would have been a "recipe for disaster." There's no word if he'll miss time.
Doumit is hitting .244/.310/.389 in 360 at-bats.
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit had to leave Wednesday's game in Kansas City after he experienced nausea and fell under the weather, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports. Chris Herrmann took over behind the plate with Joe Mauer having a night off.
Doumit went 1 for 2 in the game prior to leaving and is now batting .244 on the year. He can be considered day to day for Minnesota going forward.
The 32-year-old backstop has nine homers and 44 RBI on the year for Minnesota over 360 at-bats.
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said Sunday catcher Ryan Doumit will primarily play in right field with Oswaldo Arcia and Chris Parmelee in the minors, freeing up playing time for Chris Herrmann as Joe Mauer's backup.
"Herrmann does a good job behind there, and I like Doumit in right field," Gardenhire said, per MLB.com. "[Doumit] is able to go out there, because we don't have him in the catching role, so he's doing all of his work out there. It's just easier for him to relax out there, because it's easier than catching, which beats you up a little bit."
Gardenhire added Doumit will see time behind the plate, but he has more experience in right field than Herrmann.
"He's going to catch," Gardenhire said of Doumit. "I don't want him to get away from that, but I want as many left-handed bats as I can in there. And he's more comfortable in right field than Herrmann. My other option is to put Herrmann in right field, but he hasn't played there, so I want to give him more time to work out there."
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit homered in the seventh inning Saturday at New York, one of three off Yankees starter Phil Hughes.
Batting fourth, Doumit put the Twins ahead with his ninth HR and was 1 for 4. He's batting .238. The 32-year-old Doumit has two RBI in his last 10 games.