10:27 AM EDT, Fri September 04, 2015
CSN Washington 9 hours ago

Blowout sets Zimmermann up nicely to face Mets

Jordan Zimmermann pitched well against the Braves and was able to set himself up well for his next start in the process.
Washington Post 16 hours ago

Nats Journal: Nationals-Braves discussion thread: Game 133

The Nationals begin a four-game series against the Braves and a seven-game homestand Thursday night. Jordan Zimmermann will pitch the first game of the series, followed by an announced rotation of Tanner Roark Friday, Gio Gonzalez Saturday and Joe Ross Sunday. Zimmermann threw seven strong innings against the Marlins last weekend, one of his best outings of an up-and-down second half. He faces Braves’ youngster Matt Wisler, who has faced the Nationals twice this season, and is pitching to a 1-1 record and 3.86 ERA.Read full article >>
MASN Sports Aug 29, 2015

Jordan Zimmermann uses lethal fastball to cut down Marlins 5-1 - Byron Kerr

Jordan Zimmermann uses lethal fastball to cut down Marlins over seven innings
Washington Post Aug 29, 2015

Zimmermann stifles Marlins, Nats gain a game on Mets

In the fourth inning of the Washington Nationals’ 5-1 win over Miami on Saturday night, Marlins third baseman Martin Prado lined a ball back at Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann, who collapsed to the ground, trying to catch it as he fell. He missed it, and as he lay on the ground, he slammed his glove against the mound in frustration. He thought he should have caught the ball, physics be damned. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 29, 2015

Zimmermann, Nats bounce back to top Marlins

Jordan Zimmermann turned in a solid performance to help the Nationals beat the Marlins 5-1.

Game 128: Marlins at Nats

The Nationals dropped the series opener in disappointing fashion on Friday night, but they have a chance on Saturday to get even with the Marlins and set themselves up for another series win. Starting for the Nats will be Jordan Zimmermann (8-10, 3.54), who has not been good in his two most recent outings. He…
MetsBlog Aug 25, 2015

Nats alter rotation for upcoming series against Mets

The Nationals have altered their starting rotation for their upcoming series against the Mets (Aug. 25). During a three-game series that begins on September 7 in Washington, the Nationals plan to send Max Scherzer, Jordan Zimmermann, …
McCovey Chronicles Aug 25, 2015

The Giants' offseason strategy is going to be incredibly obvious

Spend money on a starting pitcher like Jordan Zimmermann. The end. According to Ken Rosenthal, the Giants are likely to pursue Jordan Zimmermann this offseason. Considering that they would add a win or two every year just from not having to face him, this makes sense. It's also a completely uncontroversial rumor: Giants seek additional talented starting pitcher. As a rumor, it's about as self-evident as this one, which I just made up: Giants plan to televise games again in 2016 Remember you read that here, first. The Zimmermann whisper is more than just a stray rumor, though. It's the...
Washington Post Aug 19, 2015

Nats Journal: How Coors Field changes things for Nationals pitchers and hitters

DENVER — Jordan Zimmermann will tell you when he does not pitch well. He admits mistakes and assesses his performances simply and bluntly. So when he was not overtly frustrated and totally disappointed by allowing six runs in six innings Tuesday night against the Rockies — a game in which he emerged the winner anyway — he implied the impact of those challenging conditions.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 18, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Rockies discussion thread: Game 118

The Nationals head to Coors Field hoping to salvage their roadtrip and begin a turnaround. They open a three-game series against the Rockies 4 1/2 games back in the National League East that was supposed to be theirs. Jordan Zimmermann, who was narrowly outdueled by Clayton Kershaw last week in Los Angeles, starts for Washington and brings with him a 5-0 record and 2.10 career ERA against Colorado.Read full article >>

Rockies 5, Nats 4: Grand slam off Storen flips the script

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Everything was going according to plan for the Nationals. Jordan Zimmermann dominated on the mound. Several key members of the lineup delivered big hits to give their team the lead. All that was left was for the back end of the bullpen to finish it off. But that’s when things stopped…

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