After an incredible AL Wild Card Game on Tuesday night, the San Francisco Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates have big expectations to live up to in Wednesday's NL Wild Card Game. The Washington Nationals await the winners, but neither team...Show More Summary
Talk about post-season excitement. This guy cannot attend the first Washington Nationals playoff game this Friday, so he's selling his tickets -- for something other than money. Yep, this man -- who, according to his advertisement, is...Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals just finished their seventh regular season at Nationals Park and appear poised for a deep postseason run — one that will coincide with the final weeks of the District’s mayoral race. Is that bad news for David A. Catania? The D.C. Council member and independent mayoral candidate opposed the financing deal that […]
About a half-hour before game time on the days Stephen Strasburg starts at home for the Washington Nationals, he emerges from the dugout and walks along the right-field line with pitching coach Steve McCatty, hearing cheers from spectators along the way.
So you're a fan without a nation. The 2014 MLB Playoff field is set, and while you mourn your beloved New York Yankees from your home probably nowhere near New York, you need a surrogate team. Well, the Washington Nationals bandwagon...Show More Summary
No matter what happened during the regular season, all 10 teams in the MLB playoffs believe they have what it takes to win the World Series. Obviously, the Los Angeles Angels and Washington Nationals come into the postseason as top contenders after earning the best records in their respective leagues. Show More Summary
From the surging Washington Nationals to the lowly Arizona Diamondbacks, the 2014 regular-season grades for the 30 MLB teams are all over the board. When it came to dishing out each team's report card, the most important factor was wins. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals pitcher Jordan Zimmermann owes rookie outfielder Steven Souza a beer. Why? Because yesterday an unbelievable Steven Souza catch gave Zimmermann something that will stand out on his big league resume for the rest of his career: a no-hitter. That’s not to say Zimmermann didn’t pitch a hell of a game, because he did. […]
As the ball soared toward deep left-center, seemingly destined to end Jordan Zimmermann's bid for the first no-hitter by a Washington Nationals pitcher, the righty threw his head back and thought, "Double. No-doubt double."
Jordan Zimmermann is the first Washington National to pitch a no-hitter. And, Yankees captain Derek Jetter ended his 20-year career in Boston with an RBI-single during his final at-bat.
Given the kind of firepower the Washington Nationals have in their starting rotation, it was just a matter of time before their starters had everyone's attention in October. Jordan Zimmermann, however, decided to start the party a few...Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals' Steven Souza Jr. has alternated between the majors and the minors this season, but pitcher Jordan Zimmermann must be pleased that the outfielder was on the field in the ninth inning during the team's regular-season...Show More Summary
The 2014 season has been one of firsts for the Washington Nationals. First time winning two NL East crowns in three seasons. First back-to-back-to-back winning seasons since the Montreal Expos days. First playoff appearance as a manager...Show More Summary
Washington Nationals pitcher Jordan Zimmerman threw a no-hitter against the Miami Marlins on Sunday, and he did it was the help of a spectacular catch with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. On a ball to deep left, leftfielder Steven Souza laid out and made a diving catch, ending the game and preserving the no-no. Show More Summary
Jordan Zimmermann pitched the first no-hitter for the Washington Nationals, the gem preserved when defensive replacement Steven Souza Jr. made a diving catch in left field for the final out in a 1-0 victory over the Miami Marlins in a regular-season finale Sunday.
Zimmermann's first career no-hitter is also the first no-hitter in Nationals history. Washington Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann made history on the last day of the regular season, recording his first career no-hitter against the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park. Show More Summary
Jordan Zimmermann of the Washington Nationals has not allowed a hit through six innings against the Miami Marlins.
No matter which teams are playing in the American League and National League Division Series, all four matchups are certain to be entertaining. The Los Angeles Angels and Washington Nationals have clinched home-field advantage in their respective leagues, but that does not always guarantee success at this level. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez’s Frenchie Stitch salutes Yankees star Derek Jeter on his final game today. From Carol H.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: puppeh
Stephen Strasburg took over the league lead in strikeouts and gave up only two hits through six scoreless innings in his final tuneup start ahead of his first postseason, helping the NL East champion Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 5-1 on Saturday.