Jordan Zimmermann allowed six hits in eight innings, Bryce Harper singled home the ahead-run off R.A. Dickey and the Washington Nationals beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-0 Tuesday in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.
Jordan Zimmermann won for the first time in four starts and hit a three-run single to help the Washington Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves 13-4 on Wednesday night.
The Washington Nationals took an early lead. Then they rallied from behind. In the end, they came up a little short — again.
Jordan Zimmermann was pulled after allowing eight runs in the first three innings against the Red Sox.
Nationals efforts to sign Jordan Zimmermann and Ian Desmonds have failed so far, and all sides say negotiations will stop on Opening Day.
The Nationals have announced Max Scherzer as their Opening Day starting pitcher two weeks in advance of the 2015 regular season.
There was nothing redeeming about playing in the longest game in postseason history, no moral to take or lesson to learn.
Pretty Awesome Mashup of Steven Souza Recalling Improbable Catch and Charlie Slowes’ Game-Winning Radio Call
Here’s an awesome mashup of Steven Souza Jr. describing improbable diving catch yesterday, and Charlie Slowes’ game-winning radio call.
Steven Souza Jr., who laid out to catch the final out which sealed Jordan Zimmermann’s no-hitter, said “I would have broken my neck and laid on the ground if I had to to catch that ball for him.”
Steven Souza Jr. makes a miraculous catch to save Jordan Zimmermann’s (and the Nationals’) first ever no-hitter, ending the Nat’s 96-win season on a high.