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Nov 20, 2014
Rotoworld
According to USA Today's Bob Nightengale, the Nationals are informing teams that Jordan Zimmermann is available.
Washington Post Nov 25, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Steven Souza Jr. says Best Buy gift card from Jordan Zimmermann was ‘not necessary and incredibly generous’

Last week, Nationals outfielder Steven Souza Jr. told MLB.com that Jordan Zimmermann gave him a Best Buy gift card as a token of his appreciation for his spectacular, no-hitter-clinching catch in Washington’s regular season finale. Read full article >>
Washington Post Nov 21, 2014

Nats Journal: Could the Nationals make a play for a free agent starter such as Max Scherzer?

Let’s first establish this: The Nationals don’t need a starting pitcher. The rotation of Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Doug Fister, Gio Gonzalez and Tanner Roark was the best in baseball last season by many measures — ERA, FIP, WAR, take your pick — and (barring a trade) will return for 2015 after forming the backbone of a division-title winning team. Even if the Nationals make no moves this winter, they will be in position to repeat as NL East champions in a division that has no clear or significantly improved challenger. Keeping the title-contending rotation together for...

Could the Nationals make a play for a free agent starter such as Max Scherzer?

Let’s first establish this: The Nationals don’t need a starting pitcher. The rotation of Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Doug Fister, Gio Gonzalez and Tanner Roark was the best in baseball last season by many measures — ERA, FIP, WAR, take your pick — and (barring a trade) will return for 2015 after forming the backbone of a […]
Washington Post Nov 20, 2014

Nats Journal: Jordan Zimmermann wants to stay in D.C. but understands his situation

In a perfect world, Jordan Zimmermann wants to stay in Washington, the only organization he has ever known. But it’s not that simple and the Nationals’ homegrown star understands the position he is in. The Nationals control him for only one more year, the 2015 season, before he is eligible for free agency. The two sides have talked in the past — not since last winter — about a long-term extension to keep him in Washington past 2015 but nothing has materialized. Read full article >>

Jordan Zimmermann wants to stay in D.C. but understands his situation

In a perfect world, Jordan Zimmermann wants to stay in Washington, the only organization he has ever known. But it’s not that simple and the Nationals’ homegrown star understands the position he is in. The Nationals control him for only one more year, the 2015 season, before he is eligible for free agency. The two sides […]
CSN Washington Nov 20, 2014

Report: Nationals consider Zimmermann & Fister 'available'

Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister have surfaced in trade rumors. Would the Nats actually trade them?
Rotoworld Nov 20, 2014

Report: Nats have made Zimmermann available - Jordan Zimmermann (S) Washington Nationals

According to USA Today's Bob Nightengale, the Nationals are informing teams that Jordan Zimmermann is available.
KFFL Nov 20, 2014

Nationals | Jordan Zimmermann available

Washington Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann has been made available in a trade, but the Nationals ...
CSN Washington Nov 19, 2014

Zimmermann's gift to Souza for no-hitter catch revealed

Jordan Zimmermann said he would buy something for Steven Souza, Jr. after the rookie's incredible catch to seal no-hitter. On Wednesday, we found it what it was.
Washington Post Nov 13, 2014

Nats Journal: The benefit of keeping Jordan Zimmermann without an extension

Jordan Zimmermann is not getting traded to the Cubs. But if you are a fan who wants to see Zimmermann become a lifetime National, Tuesday night’s scare may have been preparation for a long winter. With one season remaining on his contract, Zimmermann finds himself stuck between asset and pitcher, between commodity and player. With a roster built to challenge for the World Series in 2015, the Nationals find themselves facing a wrenching decision, stuck between present and future. Read full article >>

The benefit of keeping Jordan Zimmermann without an extension

Jordan Zimmermann is not getting traded to the Cubs. But if you are a fan who wants to see Zimmermann become a lifetime National, Tuesday night’s scare may have been preparation for a long winter. With one season remaining on his contract, Zimmermann finds himself stuck between asset and pitcher, between commodity and player. With […]
CSN Washington Nov 12, 2014

Trio of Nats pitchers get Cy Young Award votes

Jordan Zimmermann, Doug Fister and Stephen Strasburg all ranked in the top 10 in NL Cy Young Award voting that was announced Wednesday evening.
Washington Post Nov 12, 2014

Nats Journal: No Jordan Zimmermann-Cubs talk, and other GM meeting notes

Welcome to hot stove season, when all sorts of rumors catch fire. But one that blazed late last night — the Cubs talking to the Nationals about Jordan Zimmermann — was just as quickly extinguished. Although the teams could be a match because of each other’s needs, the specifics just don’t make much sense. Echoing rebuttals from the other side, one Nationals official flatly denied that any talks had occurred. Read full article >>

Nats would want a boatload in any deal for Zimmermann

The Nationals drafted Jordan Zimmermann. They developed him. They rehabbed him through Tommy John surgery. And they groomed him into one of baseball’s best and most consistent pitchers, a huge piece of their 2012 and 2014 NL East championships. So why on earth would they even consider trading Zimmermann away now? Well, it should be made…
CSN Washington Nov 12, 2014

Nats would want boatload in Zimmermann trade

The Nationals aren't actively shopping Jordan Zimmermann, but if another team came calling, they'd want a major return in any trade for the right-hander.

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