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Nats Journal: Wilson Ramos is finally staying healthy

Injuries have been a major theme of the 2015 Nationals season. The Nationals have missed a combined 496 games between their injured players. Ryan Zimmerman and Jayson Werth are on the disabled list now. Anthony Rendon and Denard Span already spent time on it and have dealt with small nicks and bruises, too. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals agree to terms with top pick; update on Ryan Zimmerman

The Nationals have agreed to terms with their first pick, second-rounder and No. 58 overall pick, Andrew Stevenson. According to a person familiar with the situation, the outfielder from LSU agreed to a bonus of $750,000 — under the slot value of $1,058,100 for that pick.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Ian Desmond gets another day off, and a Ryan Zimmerman update

For the second time in four games, Ian Desmond is out of the Nationals lineup for what Manager Matt Williams has referred to as days of rest. Desmond is mired in a slump; he is 10 for for his last 78 (.128). And as thing haven’t gone well, Desmond has worked just as hard to snap out it. Williams, however, has said he wants Desmond to rest and regroup.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman still resting his left foot, Denard Span gets a day off for his back

Ever since he landed on the disabled list on June 11 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, Ryan Zimmerman has only been allowed to rest, hoping the foot discomfort will subside.“Just kind of hang out and do nothing,” he said on Wednesday at Nationals Park, his first comments since landing on the disabled list. Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: Max Scherzer finally gets covered in chocolate syrup

Max Scherzer really brought Sunday’s chocolate syrup shower from Drew Storen upon himself.After dousing Dan Uggla, Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman with the Hershey’s topping following dramatic wins earlier this season, Scherzer delivered a performance even more impressive than a walk-off home run against the Brewers. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Danny Espinosa starting at first base in Nationals lineup

With Ryan Zimmerman on the disabled list and parts of the bench underwhelming, Manager Matt Williams found a way to get one the Nationals’ best hitters in the lineup, albeit in a new position: Danny Espinosa, at first base. Espinosa entered the season having played only second base and shortstop in his professional career. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals place Ryan Zimmerman on 15-day disabled list

The Nationals placed first baseman Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday, the fourth position-playing starter to hit the disabled list in a little more than two months this season. Washington recalled outfielder Matt den Dekker, acquired from the Mets for Jerry Blevins at the end of spring training, to fill his spot on the 25-man roster.Read full article >>

Ryan Zimmerman’s slump isn’t as easily explained by injury as you thought

Ryan Zimmerman is in a slump.The Washington Nationals’ first baseman is batting.209 with no power (.346 slugging) through 56 games, while dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot. That could explain some of his problems at the plate, but both the player and manager aren’t yet concerned.Read full article >>

DC Sports Bog: Matt Williams says Ryan Zimmerman’s plantar fasciitis is ‘no fun to play with’

With the Nats mired in another losing skid, fans have seized upon many items of concern, from Stephen Strasburg’s struggles to Ian Desmond’s erratic play to Denard Span’s injuries to Michael Taylor’s transition to the big leagues to Ryan Zimmerman’s cold streak.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Matt Williams on the slumping Nationals offense, Ryan Zimmerman’s foot

There are two main issues at play regarding the state of the Nationals’ offense: injuries and slumps. Injuries to Jayson Werth, Anthony Rendon, Denard Span and Ryan Zimmerman have forced the Nationals to use 39 different lineups in 59 games. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Denard Span starting, Ryan Zimmerman sitting in today’s Nationals lineup

The slumping and banged up Nationals offense welcomes the return of Denard Span to Wednesday’s lineup while Ryan Zimmerman, dealing with nagging plantar fasciitis in his left foot, rests again. Span left Sunday’s game early and was scratched from Tuesday’s game with continued back tightness. He may be fighting through the back issue enough to play.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Nationals vs. Yankees discussion thread: Game 58

Denard Span left Sunday’s game in the eighth with back spasms, but he is back in Tuesday’s lineup. Ryan Zimmerman, who was given Sunday off, is also back. Matt Williams slotted Zimmerman into the second spot in the order this weekend, hoping to get him going at the plate. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman gets a day off, won’t panic about struggles at the plate

Ryan Zimmerman is not in the Nationals‘ lineup Sunday, a rare day off. It will give him two days respite from the daily battle with plantar fasciitis in his left foot and from his battles at the plate.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Yunel Escobar back in Nationals lineup vs. Cubs

Yunel Escobar missed two games and eight innings after hurting his right wrist on a checked swing Thursday night, but he is back in the lineup at third base Sunday. That moves Anthony Rendon back to second base. Ryan Zimmerman, who has dealt with plantar fasciitis all season and is struggling at the plate, gets a day off. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals hope a lineup change will jump-start Ryan Zimmerman’s offense

Through two months of the season, Ryan Zimmerman has looked little like himself at the plate. He is hitting.217 with five home runs, 34 RBI and a.276 on-base percentage. His.640 on-base-plus-slugging percentage is the worst among qualified first basemen in the majors. Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: Harrisburg’s Bryce Harper mayfly snowglobes are great (and maybe a little gross)

The first 25,000 fans at Thursday’s Nationals-Cubs game will receive a bobblehead commemorating Ryan Zimmerman’s walk-off home run to end the first regular season game at Nationals Park.A Bryce Harper giveaway in Harrisburg, home of the Nationals’ Class AA affiliate Senators, later this summer could prove much more difficult to come by. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Ryan Zimmerman, playing through plantar fasciitis, hunting consistency at the plate

CINCINNATI — Ryan Zimmerman is in the Nationals‘ lineup Sunday. No surprise there. Bench coach Randy Knorr has not filled out an oversize lineup card without his name on it yet this season.Injuries have knocked down several other regulars for part of this season, and Zimmerman does not play untroubled. Show More Summary

First things first: Ryan Zimmerman’s position change hasn’t been an issue

CHICAGO — Three Washington Nationals have started every game so far: Ian Desmond, Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman. Harper has drawn attention like he has drawn walks: daily and more than anyone in the majors. Desmond could not evade notice early on because as balls slipped away at shortstop in April, he stumbled into the spotlight, too.Read full article >>

Re-Evaluating the Washington Nationals' Top Draft Picks from the Past Decade

For a team that's only been in the business of drafting players for 10 years, the Washington Nationals are exceptional at it. The Nationals found franchise cornerstones Ryan Zimmerman and Anthony Rendon with first-round selections and...Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: Yankees broadcasters discuss Nats fans leaving during extra innings

Full disclosure: I went to Nats Park Tuesday night as a paying customer, and I left in the top of the 10th inning, and then my phone died, and so I got play-by-play of the Ryan Zimmerman walk-off homer from a Yankees fan while sitting in a stationary Metro car.Read full article >>

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