The low point of Matt Williams’ first year as Washington Nationals manager, which resulted in NL Manager of the Year honors and an NL East title, came just three weeks into the 2014 season.
First-year Nationals manager Matt Williams has been announced the winner of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s NL Manager of the Year.
Matt Williams, in his first year as a big league skipper, has been named the National League Manager of the Year by his fellow managers.
How does the most talented team in baseball disappear in four short days? That’s the question Washington Nationals fans are left asking themselves after the team’s latest postseason letdown.
Matt Williams was as transparent as he could be about his first-year successes and failure as a manager, which ended in an NLDS elimination for the Washington Nationals. Here’s a question-by-question breakdown.
Nationals manager Matt Williams will not adjust his lineup while hoping for different results in Game 3 of Washington’s NLDS matchup against the Giants, despite trailing San Francisco by two games.
In a high-stakes game of individual matchups, Bruce Bochy’s Jake Peavy bests Matt Williams’s Stephen Strasburg in Giants-Nationals NLDS Game 1.
Determining the likelihood Matt Williams wins the National League Manager of the Year award after leading the Nationals to the NL’s best record in 2014.
For his past six starts, Stephen Strasburg has pitched about as well as anyone could ask. It’s his next outing that everyone will be waiting to see.
Working his way back after a long injury absence, Ryan Zimmerman was out of the Washington Nationals’ starting lineup Tuesday night against the New York Mets.