10:19 PM EDT, Wed October 01, 2014

Fantasy Update

Sep 28, 2014
Rotoworld
Jordan Zimmermann threw the Nationals' first no-hitter in their history Sunday, blanking the Marlins 1-0 in the season finale.
Sep 26, 2014
Rotoworld
Taylor Hill was shelled in a spot start for the Nationals on Friday, allowing seven runs in 4 2/3 innings in a loss against the Marlins.
Washington Post 8 hours ago

Nats Journal: Who’s trying to mess with Jordan Zimmermann?

On Sunday morning, a handful of Marlins personnel spotted a sentence scrawled in blue pen, a kind of baseball-style message in a bottle, on the wooden railing in the visitors dugout at Nationals Park. Someone had tried to pass along information about one of the Nationals’ best players: “Zimmermann Tips Watch Glove.” Translation: Jordan Zimmermann will inform you what pitch he plans to throw by the way he moves his glove. Read full article >>

Who’s trying to mess with Jordan Zimmermann?

On Sunday morning, a handful of Marlins personnel spotted a sentence scrawled in blue pen, a kind of baseball-style message in a bottle, on the wooden railing in the visitors dugout at Nationals Park. Someone had tried to pass along information about one of the Nationals’ best players: “Zimmermann Tips Watch Glove.” Translation: Jordan Zimmermann […]

Zimmermann named NL Player of the Week

One day after throwing the first no-hitter in Nationals history, Jordan Zimmermann has been named the NL Player of the Week. Zimmermann made one start during that stretch, earning the award for the second time this season. He also won it for the first week of June. Zimmermann pitched nine innings against the Marlins on…
CSN Washington Sep 29, 2014

Denard Span sets Nats hits record to add to special day

Sunday was already a special day for the Nationals even before Jordan Zimmermann completed his no-hitter.
Washington Post Sep 29, 2014

GIF of the week: Jordan Zimmermann’s slider

For the second season in a row, the Marlins ended their season with a no-hitter.  Jordan Zimmermann put Miami on the receiving end this year, with an impressive 10-strikeout and one-walk performance Sunday afternoon.  The near-perfect game capped an impressive 2014 for the Washington Nationals pitcher, as he featured career bests in ERA, strikeout rate and walk rate. Read full article >>

Span sets Nats hits record

Before Jordan Zimmermann secured the first no-hitter in Nats history and his teammates rushed the field, Sunday afternoon was already a special day for the Washington Nationals. It was the final day of the regular season with the mystery of a playoff run up ahead. Several players were removed from the game after reaching base…

Leftover no-hitter numbers

We had a lot of numbers floating around the office Sunday after Jordan Zimmermann’s no-hitter. Not all of them made the display on the front of sports in today’s print edition. Here are the leftovers: 19 Swings and misses 74 Fastballs thrown 94 Average fastball velocity 22 Sliders thrown 87.5 Average slider velocity 8 Curveballs […]
Washington Post Sep 29, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Jordan Zimmermann bumps Packers from masthead of Wisconsin papers after no-hitter

After tossing the first no-hitter in Nationals history in Sunday’s regular season finale at Nationals Park, Jordan Zimmermann was asked what he thought the scene was like in his home town of Auburndale, a farming town of 738 in the middle of Wisconsin. Read full article >>
The Nationals Enquirer Sep 29, 2014

Here's how the final out of Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter looked from the stands (Video)

What better way to commemorate Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter on Sunday than with a bunch of videos taken by fans in the stands? Up above, our personal favorite, because the guy holding the camera ABSOLUTELY LOSES HIS BLEEPING MIND. It's the...

Behind Jordan Zimmermann’s no-hitter was Wilson Ramos

The first no-hitter in Nationals history provided different meaning to different people, from Jordan Zimmermann on the mound, to Steve McCatty in the dugout, to Steven Souza Jr.’s parents sitting in Section 119. It may have meant the most to Wilson Ramos, the man behind the plate in catcher’s gear, shepherding Zimmermann through the day, […]
Washington Post Sep 29, 2014

Nats Journal: Behind Jordan Zimmermann’s no-hitter was Wilson Ramos

The first no-hitter in Nationals history provided different meaning to different people, from Jordan Zimmermann on the mound, to Steve McCatty in the dugout, to Steven Souza Jr.’s parents sitting in Section 119. It may have meant the most to Wilson Ramos, the man behind the plate in catcher’s gear, shepherding Zimmermann through the day, calling all 104 pitches. Read full article >>
The Nationals Enquirer Sep 28, 2014

Jordan Zimmermann gets double Gatorade bath, bubble gum shower, pie in the face, after his no hitter (Video)

Jordan Zimmermann got the full treatment from his teammates during his postgame interview on the field with MASN's Dan Kolko after his no hitter on Sunday: double Gatorade bath, two bubblegum showers, shaving cream pie in the face from Jayson...
Washington Post Sep 28, 2014

Boswell: Jordan Zimmermann no-hitter a fitting cap to Washington Nationals season

Pitching coach Steve McCatty and Manager Matt Williams chatted casually in the first inning about which pitchers they would use in relief of Jordan Zimmermann for the seventh, eighth and ninth innings as preparation for the start of the National League Division Series on Friday. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Sep 28, 2014

Zimmermann spoils McCatty's plan for Sunday (VIDEO)

Steve McCatty had a plan for his pitchers Sunday, but Jordan Zimmermann had other ideas.
CSN Washington Sep 28, 2014

The story of Zimmermann's no-hitter, the 1st in Nats history

Here is the story of Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter: how Steve McCatty called it and Steven Souza, Jr. sealed it.

Jordan Zimmermann Photos

Nationals Player News

  • 2

    Jordan Zimmermann

    Who’s trying to mess with Jordan Zimmermann?

  • Ryan Zimmerman

    What to do with Ryan Zimmerman in the NLDS

  • Adam LaRoche

    Nationals Stock Watch: LaRoche heating up

  • Stephen Strasburg

    Projecting the Nationals’ NLDS roster

  • Bryce Harper

    Bryce Harper to play for MLB all-star team in Japan in November

  • Jayson Werth

    Nats drop second game after clinching home-field advantage

  • Denard Span

    Denard Span sets Nats hits record to add to special day

  • Rafael Soriano

    Rafael Soriano gets a save, but is he ready for the playoffs?

  • Doug Fister

    Doug Fister’s gem the capper on a dominant Nationals season. Now comes the hard part.

  • Ian Desmond

    Desmond launches homer to start things in Game 162 - Byron Kerr