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Boston Red Sox starter Wade Miley averaging 16.8 seconds between pitches; could this be problematic?

Boston Red Sox starter Wade Miley averaging 16.8 seconds between pitches; could this be problematic?

BOSTON -- Wade Miley averaged the fourth quickest time between pitches (19.0 seconds) among qualified major league starters in 2014, according to fangraphs.com.  The only quicker-working pitchers were Mark Buehrle (17.3 seconds), R.A. Dickey (18.3 seconds) and Doug Fister (18.5...
Baltimore Sun Apr 16, 2015

Fister solid into 7th, Nationals defeat Phillies 5-2

WASHINGTON (AP) — Doug Fister pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Yunel Escobar and Michael A. Taylor each hit a homer, and the Washington Nationals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 on Thursday night.
MASN Sports Apr 4, 2015

Fister ready for season to start after six strong innings in spring finale - Byron Kerr

Fister is satisfied with final spring start, laments sinker Drew hit for a home run
CSN Washington Apr 4, 2015

Fister sharp in Nats' loss to Yankees in final spring tuneup

Doug Fister closed the books on an inconsistent spring training with a strong outing against the New York Yankees.

Fister sharp in Nats’ loss to Yankees

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: The Nationals closed their 2015 exhibition schedule with a 4-3 loss to the New York Yankees on Saturday, a sunny but windy afternoon in Washington. Doug Fister closed the books on an inconsistent spring training with a strong outing and the Nats’ lineup looked sharp against New York starter Nathan Eovaldi. But…
Washington Post Apr 4, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Yankees discussion thread: Exhibition Game

The Nationals are back from Florida and play their final game before the season begins on Monday. The Yankees are in town for an exhibition game. Doug Fister starts for the Nationals and Nathan Eovaldi for the Yankees.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 29, 2015

Nationals’ Doug Fister takes his defense seriously

The only time Doug Fister does not make eye contact and point at a fielder after an out, or thank a teammate with a grateful punch of his glove in his direction, is when he strikes a batter out. If Fister had his way, he would not do that much. The Nationals right-hander prefers early contact that keeps defensive innings short, keeps his pitch count low, and keeps his defense involved.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 29, 2015

Nats and Marlins starters meet in tune-up

Doug Fister and the Nationals face the Marlins' full starting lineup this afternoon. Get live updates from Viera on Nats Insider!
Washington Post Mar 29, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Marlins lineups and discussion thread

VIERA, Fla. — The Nationals are entering the home stretch of the spring. Five spring games and an exhibition contest remain before the regular season begins on April 6. Ryan Zimmerman is resting his banged left shoulder/back so Mike Carp starts at first base. Danny Espinosa starts again at third base. Doug Fister makes his penultimate start of the spring season.Read full article >>
River Ave. Blues Mar 23, 2015

Open Thread: March 23rd Camp Notes

Your browser does not support iframes.The Yankees lost to the Nationals by the score of 7-6 this afternoon. Chris Young had a whale of a game, going 2-for-3 with two long home runs (off righties Doug Fister and Casey Janssen), a hit by pitch, and a nice running catch in the left-center field gap. Brian [...] Open Thread: March 23rd Camp Notes is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Open Thread: March 23rd Camp Notes appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
CSN Washington Mar 23, 2015

Fister's 2-run single helps Nationals beat Yankees 7-6

Doug Fister hit a two-run single off Chasen Shreve, and the Washington Nationals rallied to beat the New York Yankees 7-6 Monday.
Washington Post Mar 23, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Yankees lineups and discussion thread

VIERA, Fla. — The Nationals will host the Yankees on Monday and then have their first off day of the spring on Tuesday. Doug Fister will be stretched out to five innings for the first time this spring. After recovering from a mild oblique strain, Yunel Escobar will make his spring debut, starting at second base and hitting leadoff so that he can get more at-bats.Read full article >>

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