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Sep 26, 2014
Rotoworld
Doug Fister's last regular season start in 2014 was a dandy, as he struck out nine while tossing his second career shutout in a 4-0 win over the Marlins.
Washington Post Sep 26, 2014

Doug Fister’s gem the capper on a dominant Nationals season. Now comes the hard part.

Take a moment, before a triumphant weekend at Nationals Park, before the grinding tension of playoff games, before the random nature of the postseason sets in, to reflect on what the Washington Nationals have done — how they have stormed through the past two months, how they powered through a sluggish start to the season, how they have elevated a franchise over the past three years. Read full article >>
Washington Post Sep 26, 2014

Nats Journal: Doug Fister finishes his first season in Washington

Doug Fister’s first regular season in Washington ended Friday afternoon with one final hard-charging, all-business start, maybe the best outing Fister authored all season. He tore apart the Miami Marlins for nine innings, a three-hit, 103-pitch shutout that clinched best record in the National League for the Nationals. Read full article >>

Doug Fister finishes his first season in Washington

Doug Fister’s first regular season in Washington ended Friday afternoon with one final hard-charging, all-business start, maybe the best outing Fister authored all season. He tore apart the Miami Marlins for nine innings, a three-hit, 103-pitch shutout that clinched best record in the National League for the Nationals. Fister may have been the Nationals’ best […]
MASN Sports Sep 26, 2014

Fister calls 4-0 complete game shutout home-field clincher "big milestone" - Byron Kerr

Nationals starter Doug Fister notched his 16th win with a complete game shutout in a 4-0 win over the Miami Marlins Friday afternoon. He allowed only three hits, no walks and struck out nine batters, but afterwards, it was all...
Rotoworld Sep 26, 2014

Fister spins SO; Nats clinch best NL record - Doug Fister (S) Washington Nationals

Doug Fister's last regular season start in 2014 was a dandy, as he struck out nine while tossing his second career shutout in a 4-0 win over the Marlins.
KFFL Sep 26, 2014

Nationals | Doug Fister dazzles

Washington Nationals SP Doug Fister recorded his 16th win in shutout fashion Friday, Sept. 26. ...

Doug Fister to start Game 1 of doubleheader and other notes

Doug Fister will start the first game of Friday’s doubleheader, the second in as many days. Rookie Taylor Hill, who will be called up from the instructional league in Viera, Fla.,  is slated to start the second game. Jose Lobaton is expected to catch Fister in the first game. The Nationals can clinch the National […]

Series preview: Mets at Nationals

The Mets are due to face Tanner Roark, Gio Gonzalez and Doug Fister in the final road series of the season.METS (76-80, third place/NL East) vs. WASHINGTON NATIONALS (91-64, first place/NL East) Tuesday: RHP Bartolo Colon (14-12, 4.02) vs. RHP Tanner Roark (14-10, 2.85), 7:05 p.m. ET Wednesday: RHP Dillon Gee (7-8, 3.88) vs. LHP Gio Gonzalez (9-10, 3.74), 7:05 p.m. ET Thursday: RHP Zack Wheeler (11-10, 3.49) vs. RHP Doug Fister (15-6, 2.
CSN Washington Sep 19, 2014

Fister seeks win No. 15 tonight in Miami

Doug Fister seeks to become only the 5th Nationals pitcher to win 15 games tonight. Get live updates from Miami on Nats Insider!

Game 153: Nats at Marlins

MIAMI — Matt Williams, as promised, will keep playing all his regulars down the stretch. And tonight, that really means all his regulars. Adam LaRoche returns after sitting out last night’s game to nurse his ailing back. Everybody else remains. (And Ryan Zimmerman could rejoin the group tomorrow, by the way). Meantime, Doug Fister is…

"Fister? I hardly even know her"

Thank you, MASN, for sharing this magical moment in the history of Doug Fister puns. Nationals 2, Braves 1: Ho hum, just another Doug Fister start, this one a brilliant 7 inning, 2 hit, shutout performance. And just another breeze...
CSN Washington Sep 9, 2014

Williams' faith in Fister rewarded with big win

The crowd at Nationals Park assumed Matt Williams walked to the mound in the 7th inning to take Doug Fister out. Instead, the rookie manager gave everyone reason to stand and applaud.

Williams’ faith in Fister is rewarded

Matt Williams popped out of the dugout and walked toward the mound, which could only mean one thing as far as the crowd of 25,448 was concerned. Doug Fister’s night was done with two outs in the seventh, and the Nationals’ bullpen was going to need to finish off this victory over the Braves. Fans…
MASN Sports Sep 8, 2014

Williams' confidence in Fister key to 2-1 win over Braves - Byron Kerr

It was an important decision in a nail-biting moment of the game. With the Nationals leading 1-0 over the Braves and two out in the seventh, right-hander Doug Fister had walked two batters. The dangerous Andrelton Simmons was ready to...
Washington Post Sep 8, 2014

Fister, Nats quiet Braves, 2-1, to cut magic number to win NL East to 12

In the seventh inning Monday night, with Nationals Park enveloped in the first chill of fall, Matt Williams faced a decision as he strolled to the center of the diamond. Doug Fister glared at him. Two relievers stirred in the bullpen. The Atlanta Braves mounted a rally that may have doubled as their last stand for the National League East. Williams usually walks to the mound with orders, not questions, but now he wanted his pitcher’s opinion: Should he pull Fister or let him face one more batter? Read full article >>

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