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CSN Washington Oct 14, 2014

Tigers GM Dombrowski doesn't regret Fister trade

Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski is not ready to admit fault in the Doug Fister trade, despite how good the right-hander was for the Nats this year.

Offseason storyline No. 2: Lock up Desmond, Zimmermann?

As the Nationals transition into offseason mode, so do we (a little sooner than any of us expected). Over a five-day stretch, we’ll run through the five biggest storylines of the winter for this club, continuing today with the No. 2 storyline: Attempting to sign Ian Desmond, Jordan Zimmermann and/or Doug Fister to long-term extensions…
CSN Washington Oct 10, 2014

Offseason storyline No. 2: Extensions in works?

Ian Desmond, Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister all become free agents after the 2015 season, which means now is the time for the Nationals to try to lock them up.

Thanks for following along this season

The Nationals’ 2014 season, filled with so much excitement and promise, ended sooner in the playoffs than many expected, but what a wild, eventful ride it was. The Doug Fister trade in the winter. Matt Williams’s hiring. His first season. All the injuries, from Wilson Ramos to Ryan Zimmerman (twice) to Bryce Harper to Gio Gonzalez. […]
Washington Post Oct 9, 2014

Nats Journal: Thanks for following along this season

The Nationals’ 2014 season, filled with so much excitement and promise, ended sooner in the playoffs than many expected, but what a wild, eventful ride it was. The Doug Fister trade in the winter. Matt Williams’s hiring. His first season. All the injuries, from Wilson Ramos to Ryan Zimmerman (twice) to Bryce Harper to Gio Gonzalez. Early defensive miscues and later improvement. Harper’s benching. The dominant starting pitching. The bad losses to the Braves. Fister’s stellar start against them. Read full article >>
Washington Post Oct 6, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Best and worst from Nationals-Giants, NLDS Game 3

Best and worst moments from the Nationals’ 4-1 win over Giants in  Game 3 of the National League Division Series at AT&T Park.  Best stopper: Nationals starter Doug Fister was absolutely brilliant in his eighth career playoff start, allowing four hits over seven scoreless innings to give Washington new life in the best-of-five series. Fister, who settled down after getting into some trouble in the second inning, improved to 2-0 in postseason elimination games. He walked three and struck out three. Read full article >>

A few Mariners notes -- Taijuan Walker to start the opener in AFL

A few quick notes on this Monday afternoon while former Mariner Doug Fister is dealing for the Nats. *** Corey Hart opted for free agency after being designated for assignment. That's not entirely surprising since he was going to be a free agent anyway. *** Taijuan Walker will start the Arizona Fall League opener for the Surprise Saguaros on Tuesday at Surprise Stadium vs. the Peoria Javelinas. Peoria will start Royals' prospect Kyle Zimmer. Walker is expected to pitch around five innings. The plan is for him to pitch a total of 25-30 innings in the AFL. Here's the Surprise roster. Here's...
Washington Post Oct 5, 2014

Nats Journal: The Nationals season lies in Doug Fister’s hands

The Nationals face elimination on Monday afternoon in San Francisco, trailing the Giants 2-0 in the best-of-five NLDS. Their season rests in the hands of Doug Fister, who could be considered their best starter this season. And Fister, the Nationals’ most playoff-tested pitcher, may be the player best equipped to handle the enormity of the situation. Read full article >>

The Nationals season lies in Doug Fister’s hands

The Nationals face elimination on Monday afternoon in San Francisco, trailing the Giants 2-0 in the best-of-five NLDS. Their season rests in the hands of Doug Fister, who could be considered their best starter this season. And Fister, the Nationals’ most playoff-tested pitcher, may be the player best equipped to handle the enormity of the situation. […]

Remaining NLDS start times announced

Major League Baseball announced the start times for the remaining division series games. The Nationals-Giants times are below: – Game 2 (already announced) on Saturday, Oct. 4 in Washington: 5:37 p.m. EST. Matchup: Jordan Zimmermann vs. Tim Hudson. – Game 3 on Monday, Oct. 6 in San Francisco: 3:07 p.m. EST. Matchup: Doug Fister vs. […]

Nats’ Matt Williams names rotation to face SF Giants

Ann Killion and I just arrived at Nationals Park after a nice drive from Pittsburgh. the Nationals are working out, and the Giants will later. Earlier today, Nats manager Matt Williams announced, as expected, that Stephen Strasburg will pitch Game 1 of the Division Series against Jake Peavy. Tim Hudson is expected to start Game 2 against Jordan Zimmermann, who throw a no-hitter in his final regular-season start. When the series moves to San Francisco on Monday, Doug Fister will face Madison Bumgarner. Williams said he knows who his No. 4 starter will be but does not want to announce it. His...
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...

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