Matt Williams will stick with Soriano as the Nats’ closer, continues to mentor Harper on baserunning, and gives injury update on Zimmerman.
Matt Williams hammered reporters yesterday for taking liberties with his comments, with regard to possibly sending Bryce Harper to the minors to work through his struggles. Here’s how that speculation ran amok.
Nationals manager Matt Williams lashed out at reporters Wednesday after being asked if he was considering sending slumping Bryce Harper to the minor leagues.
Matt Williams says “it’s go time” for the Washington Nationals, who have a 3-game lead in the NL East with 51 games to play and the next 8 games against divisional opponents.
Although Bryce Harper has struggled this last month, manager Matt Williams warns, when he returns to normal form, “pitchers are gonna pay.”
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — Matt Williams had his daily pregame press conference interrupted ahead of the Nationals-Orioles game Tuesday afternoon. Traditionally, once the manager walks into the media room room — located in the bowels of Nationals […]
Matt Williams offered high praise of Ryan Zimmerman for his first-career appearance in left field, but hasn’t ruled out moving him back to third before Bryce Harper’s return.
Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams was involved in a hit-and-run, as part of a high speed chase while doing an phone interview live on the radio with the Sports Junkies in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Tyler Clippard has had a rough April, but Matt Williams insists he’s not giving up on him as the setup man for the Washington Nationals: “Tyler Clippard, is the unprecedented king of the eighth inning.”
“If you never touch the bag, you can never be safe,” Matt Williams said of benching Bryce Harper. He also said Harper hit 6th Tuesday because he doesn’t “see the ball very well” against Tyler Skaggs.