12:10 PM EDT, Thu July 30, 2015
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Fister still working out mechanical glitches

Doug Fister, even-keeled as they get, strives for nothing more than consistency when he pitches. Which made Monday night’s start against the Reds — and a few others since he returned from the disabled list — particularly frustrating for the Nationals right-hander. “For me, there’s some inconsistency there on the mound,” he said. “I’m not…

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Nats Journal: Nationals-Reds discussion thread: Game 83

The Nationals have won 12 of the past 15 games, while averaging 4.4 runs a game and allowing only 1.9 runs a game during that stretch. Doug Fister (3-4, 4.34 ERA) takes the mound for his fourth start since returning from the disabled list. He will be opposed by Reds right-hander Anthony DeSclafini (5-6, 3.68 ERA). The lineups are here. As always, talk about the game below.Read full article >>

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Nats Journal: Doug Fister not yet getting ground balls, but getting outs anyway

ATLANTA — When Doug Fister faced the Braves last week at Nationals Park, he threw seven scoreless innings, his best outing of the season. His results have been somewhat skewed by the forearm tightness he battled in May, which eventually pushed him to the disabled list. For much of this year, with velocity down and pitches up, he was not pitching like the groundball guru who led the Nationals in ERA last season.Read full article >>