Doug Fister describes the secret behind his incredibly consistent play this season, offers advice for Stephen Strasburg, and gives up the Nats’ ultimate lofty goal for the year.
The slumping Cincinnati Reds were no match for a record-setting Doug Fister.
Doug Fister tossed seven scoreless innings to help the Washington Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants 2-1.
Major League Baseball players don’t get a lot of time off during the season, so Doug Fister spent his day off in his driveway Monday, fixing the headlights of his own truck.
Anthony Rendon went 4 for 5 and hit one of four Washington home runs, and Doug Fister allowed four hits in six innings as the Washington Nationals routed the Texas Rangers 10-2 on Saturday.
Ian Desmond and Tyler Moore each lined two-run singles in the ninth inning to break open a close game, helping the Washington Nationals beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-1 on Wednesday.
Doug Fister will start the 2014 MLB season on the 15-day disabled list, and Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan have both been informed they’ve made the Opening Day roster, Bill Ladsen is reporting for MLB.com.
Nats pitching coach Steve McCatty joined Grant and Danny Tuesday, and talked about Strasburg’s new pitch, Storen’s abrupt weight gain, and the effect Fister’s leadership has had on the pitching staff.
What’s a D.C. sports fan to celebrate this holiday season? Well, Nats general manager Mike Rizzo provided some fine presents for 2014 while relinquishing little of immediate value in return.
Newest Nationals’ pitcher Doug Fister had his first D.C. sports radio interview with 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny on Wednesday, and it went about as well as any first interview has gone, ever.