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Washington Post Apr 14, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals, Red Sox talked about Jordan Zimmermann this past winter

BOSTON — As the Nationals weighed their roster options this winter, they had conversations with the Red Sox, who had interest in starter Jordan Zimmermann but weren’t offering fair value in exchange from the Nationals’ view. Zimmermann took the loss Monday in the Nationals’ sloppy performance in Boston.Read full article >>
Boston Herald Apr 14, 2015
Red Sox Notebook: Zimmermann stays put

Red Sox Notebook: Zimmermann stays put

There was some thought during the offseason that Jordan Zimmermann would end up pitching for the Red Sox, not against them when the Washington Nationals arrived at Fenway Park this week.
Washington Post Apr 13, 2015

Nationals vs. Red Sox: Washington suffers sloppy 9-4 loss to Boston

BOSTON — Something has happened to these Washington Nationals. Sure, the 162-game season is just seven games old, but over three-plus hours here on Monday, the Nationals looked more overmatched then they have in some time. The box score will say they made only one error but, in reality, they committed at least three defensive blunders with errant throws and uncaught flyballs. Jordan Zimmermann couldn’t find the strike zone and was pulled in the third inning. Read full article >>
The Republican Apr 13, 2015

Boston Red Sox lineup for home opener: Hanley Ramirez batting .400 for career vs. Nats' Zimmermann

Hanley Ramirez is batting cleanup today. He's Hanley Ramirez: 10 for 25 with a homer and six RBIs in his career vs. Washington Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann
MetsBlog Apr 9, 2015

Mets win, 6-2, as Harvey rises up in his return

The Mets (2-1) won, 6-2, against the Nationals (1-2) on Thursday afternoon in Washington DC. It’s their first series win against the Nationals since September, 2013.   In his first start since August 2013, Harvey struck out nine batters through …
MetsBlog Apr 8, 2015

Zimmermann, Zimmerman too much for Mets, deGrom

Ryan Zimmerman’s two-run homer off Jacob deGrom in the first inning was the difference as the Nationals topped the Mets 2-1 Wednesday in Washington. Nats starter Jordan Zimmermann allowed one run and five hits in six inning. DeGrom settled down …
Mets 360 Apr 8, 2015

Game Chatter: Jacob deGrom vs. Jordan Zimmermann (4/8/15)

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Washington Post Apr 8, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Mets discussion thread: Game 2

After the always-unusual-day-off-after-opening-day, the Nationals are back at it against the Mets.Jordan Zimmermann takes the mound at Nationals Park for the first time since his NLDS Game 2 near-complete game shutout. Wednesday is his first regular season game here since his no-hitter on the final day of the season. Zimmermann hasn’t lost a decision since July 11. Since then, including the playoffs, he has as 2.08 ERA over 14 starts. That’s insane.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Apr 8, 2015

Zimmermann makes 2015 debut as Nats host Mets

Jordan Zimmermann makes his first start of the 2015 season as the Nationals host the New York Mets on Wednesday night.
CSN Washington Apr 2, 2015

Zimmermann gets roughed up for 8 runs by Marlins

Jordan Zimmermann had a rough outing against the Marlins, giving up eight runs in what could be his final appearance in spring training.
Baltimore Sun Apr 1, 2015

Marlins touch up Nats' Zimmermann for 8 runs in 8-0 romp

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run homer and Mike Morse had a three-run shot as the Miami Marlins roughed up Jordan Zimmermann in an 8-0 win over the Washington Nationals on Wednesday.
Washington Post Mar 28, 2015

Nats Journal: Matt Williams makes official the Nationals’ season-opening rotation

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Nationals Manager Matt Williams officially announced the rest of the Nationals’ season-opening rotation. Last week, he named Max Scherzer the opening day starter on April 6 in D.C. against the Mets. Following Scherzer will be Jordan Zimmermann, Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez and Doug Fister.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 27, 2015

Zimmermann contract talks "not looking good"

Jordan Zimmermann admitted Friday it's unlikely he and the Nationals will strike a deal on a new contract before his Opening Day deadline.

Zimmermann: “It’s not looking good” for deal before opener

VIERA, Fla. — When Jordan Zimmermann reported for spring training nearly six weeks ago and said he wouldn’t hold any contract negotiations during the regular season, the right-hander essentially created a deadline for any talks with the Nationals to take place. And as that deadline fast approaches, there doesn’t appear to be any reason to…
Washington Post Mar 27, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Cardinals lineups and discussion thread

VIERA, Fla. — Bryce Harper is back in the lineup on Friday against the Cardinals after dealing with a stomach bug. Yunel Escobar is playing on the minor league side so Dan Uggla starts at second base. Tony Gwynn Jr. will lead off while Michael A. Taylor hits seventh. Jordan Zimmermann is expected to go six innings. As always, the lineups below, and discuss the game in the comments section. It’s on the radio.Read full article >>

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