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Nats Journal: Bud Black, Rick Renteria are two more potential Nationals managerial options

Only two days vacant, the Nationals‘ managerial vacancy is an extremely attractive one. Despite the likely departures of key players via free agency, the Nationals have a solid core in Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg and Jayson Werth, along with youngsters Felipe Rivero, Michael A. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman done for season’s final week; updates on Michael A. Taylor, Yunel Escobar

Ryan Zimmerman is “doubtful” for the final week, likely all but done for the season because of an oblique stain, Manager Matt Williams said. This ends yet another injury-plagued and frustrating season for Zimmerman, who appeared in 95 games.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman still sore; Reed Johnson nearing return

Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman seems less and less likely to return this season, still bothered by pain in the left oblique that’s kept him out since Sept. 7. Zimmerman injured the oblique against the Braves earlier this month,...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman takes light swings, but still not pain-free

By now, the Washington Nationals are used to waiting, their patience honed by necessity as player after player has worked his way back from injury. They’ve learned too well that recovery from many muscular injuries is incremental, a little-by-little process that requires constant testing and resting. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals have not considered shutting down Ryan Zimmerman; Danny Espinosa to undergo MRI

Including Monday night’s game against the Orioles, the Nationals have 13 games remaining, which is not much time for first baseman Ryan Zimmerman to work his way back into the lineup. He has not played since Sept. 7, when a left oblique injury he had suffered a few days earlier became too much to play through. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Will Ryan Zimmerman play again this season?

PHILADELPHIA — Ryan Zimmerman is going to try to get back on the field. After being almost completely shut down by a left oblique injury he suffered last week — the injury that’s kept him out of the Nationals lineup for six straight games now — Zimmerman started doing ab exercises, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmermann still ‘day-to-day’ with left oblique soreness that has ‘gotten worse’

MIAMI — Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman insists he’s still day-to-day. He is battling left oblique soreness but remains hopeful it will subside enough to let him return soon. He injured the muscle on a swing last weekend and played through the trouble on Monday. He said he hasn’t had an MRI, but he hasn’t swung a bat since Monday, either.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Marlins lineups

Ryan Zimmerman is out of the Nationals lineup again Friday night, still nursing a sore left side that has kept him out of the lineup since Tuesday. The Nationals have not spoken to the severity of that injury, as Manager Matt Williams said Wednesday that the first baseman is day-to-day, but oblique trouble rarely takes a few days to subside.Read full article >>

Boswell: Matt Williams hasn’t found answers, but is he really the one to question?

Matt Williams is a lousy manager.Over the past two seasons combined, the Washington Nationals have been without Ryan Zimmerman, Wilson Ramos, Denard Span, Anthony Rendon, Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth — six of their best everyday players — for 565 combined games.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman, Yunel Escobar and Michael A. Taylor out of the Nationals lineup

A day after a grueling, gut-wrenching loss to the Mets Tuesday night, the Nationals lineup will be missing key pieces as it tries to regroup Wednesday. Ryan Zimmerman is still out with a sore left side. Yunel Escobar has a 103 degree fever. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman out of Tuesday’s lineup with left oblique injury

Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman had plenty to worry about with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, which was so sore Sunday he had to rest against the Braves. For the most part, he has learned to manage that pain, and was able...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Mets lineups

As Jordan Zimmermann takes the mound against Matt Harvey in one of the more intriguing games of the season, Ryan Zimmerman is out of the Nationals lineup with a left oblique injury. He suffered the injury on a swing in Monday’s game, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Mets lineups

Ryan Zimmerman is back in the lineup on Monday after getting a day off Sunday. He was a late scratch before the weekend day game so that he could rest a sore left foot related to his plantar fasciitis. “No indication that any precautions need to be taken,” Manager Matt Williams said. “… I think he’s fully ready to go.”Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman scratched from Nationals lineup, Michael A. Taylor returns

Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman was in the original lineup for Sunday’s series finale against the Braves, but was scratched about two hours before gametime. Manager Matt Williams does not address the media before Sunday games,...Show More Summary

Zimmerman homers twice, doubles as Nationals beat Cardinals

Washington’s Ryan Zimmerman homered twice and doubled home the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning to lift the Nationals to a 4-3 win against St Louis on Wednesday, ending an alarming nine-game losing sequence. Standing at second base, the usually reserved Heyward pumped each fists excessive within the air on the dugout as the gang

Ryan Zimmerman Stays Hot as Nationals Rout Braves 15-1

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Ryan Zimmerman continued his torrid stretch with three hits and four RBIs, Jordan Zimmermann pitched six solid innings and the Washington Nationals opened a seven-game homestand with a 15-1 rout of the Atlanta Braves on Thursday nig...

Ryan Zimmerman may just be getting started with his hot hitting

Things finally turned around for the Nationals during Wednesday night’s 4-3 victory against the St. Louis Cardinals. Max Scherzer had a solid start, Drew Storen and Jonathan Papelbon got to close out a game and Ryan Zimmerman hit his 199th and 200th career home run, plus gave the team the lead on three different hits.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman is on fire, reaches 200-homer milestone

When Ryan Zimmerman landed on the disabled list with left plantar fasciitis on June 10, he was the worst offensive first baseman in baseball among those with enough at-bats to qualify. His on-base-plus-slugging percentage was.611. But since his return on July 28, Zimmerman has increasingly been an offensive wrecking ball, with a.661 slugging percentage.Read full article >>

Zimmerman Leads Nationals to Rare Win in St Louis

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Ryan Zimmerman homered twice but his one-out RBI double in the top of the eighth proved to be the most decisive hit as the Washington Nationals held on for a rare win in St Louis, edging the Cardinals 4-3 on Wednesday.

Nationals finally close one out as Papelbon shuts door on Cardinals, 4-3

ST. LOUIS — Another game against the St. Louis Cardinals brought a third dose of tense moments and slim leads lost, clutch home runs and injuries for the Washington Nationals. The bullpen buckled again, but this time Ryan Zimmerman — and Jonathan Papelbon — came to the rescue in a 4-3 win to salvage the final game of this three-game series.Read full article >>

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