McCutchen's struggles are even more apparent when compared to Ryan Zimmerman's bounce-back year.
Why the Nationals first baseman thinks the Seattle Mariners star has it right when it comes to "playing hard."
All three Washington Nationals are having career seasons at the plate, but it can’t last; can it?
Against the Pirates, Dusty Baker continues to rest veterans.
Save the launch-angle analysis; the Nationals first baseman is happy to be healthy again.
Gio Gonzalez will pitch Game 1, and Max Scherzer will pitch Game 2.
The Nationals have their league's most potent hitter, but thus far in 2017 it is not Bryce Harper
You should be looking for a King's ransom to trade baseball's hottest hitter, Chris Towers says.
Manager Dusty Baker called it “Bonds-like.”
Zimmerman continues his hot streak with a home run, three RBI.
Ryan Zimmerman homered, drove in three runs and led the Washington Nationals to a 6-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies
Right-hander holds Philadelphia scoreless into the sixth and helps himself with a homer. First baseman stays hot with his 12th blast.
Today's Jolt also asks: What the Health? And there's no denyin' Ryan, Zimmerman that is.
The Nationals first baseman led baseball in hits, batting average, slugging, OPS, and RBI in April.
Nationals first baseman has helped raise more than $3 million for MS causes in his career.
Joey Gallo, Ryan Zimmerman, Eric Thames are three of this season's top sluggers. Who knew?
Zimmerman hit.500 with five home runs in six games last week.
Because what else would you want to do on May 1? Are you sitting at home, wondering the proper way to show your appreciation for Ryan Zimmerman? Buddy, are you in luck. The 2017 Major League Baseball All-Star Game ballot is out, andShow More Summary
You’ve probably heard that Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman is the best hitter in baseball right now. You’ve likely then heard the two immediate follow-ups: Wow, he stands out on a team with Bryce Harper and Daniel Murphy; wow, he was really bad last year! Read more...
A look at what’s trending in Major League Baseball: Three Up Ryan Zimmerman: In the seventh inning of the final game of last year’s National League division series against the Dodgers, the Washington Nationals trailed by one run. They removed Zimmerman in a double switch, a decision that would...