Ryan Zimmerman Begins Moonlighting Outside Stadium

 Washington Nationals slugger Ryan Zimmerman was a key part of his team’s gentrification of the Navy Yard part of D.C. Now, he intends to benefit from it. According to the Washington City Paper, Ryan Zimmerman is now a part owner of a restaurant called The Salt Line, which is scheduled to open near Nationals Park at 79 Potomac Ave. SE. Don’t worry, Nats fans, Zim says he has...
8 days ago

Ryan Zimmerman talks Nationals’ closer search, in-house options...

In an MLB Network Radio interview on Tuesday, Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman discussed Washingtons bullpen and more... Everyone has an opinion on the Washington Nationals search for back-end relief help this winter.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
11 days ago

Washington Nationals' lack of offseason moves is head-scratching

Owners maintain the right to spend or not spend, make arbitrary decisions on personnel -- essentially, do whatever the heck they want.Owners also maintain the right to decline comment to reporters who seek explanation for their strategies, leaving fans to wonder what the heck is going on.The Nationals’ owners cannot be called cheap, not when they supported the game’s fifth-highest...
Via FOX Sports
13 days ago

Was Ryan Zimmerman Actually Bad?

Going into next season, the Nationals are prepared to start a 32-year-old at first base, a 32-year-old who last season recorded a WAR of literally -1.3. That’s very bad! If Ryan Zimmerman had any dwindling chance of building a Hall-of-Fame career record, he effectively kissed it goodbye. It was an extraordinarily frustrating summer. But is Zimmerman toast now, or what? Spoiler...
Via Fangraphs
December 19, 2016  |  Discuss

MLB clears Zimmerman, Howard in PED investigation

Major League Baseball completed its investigation into the allegations made against Washington’s Ryan Zimmerman and Philadelphia’s Ryan Howard by an Al-Jazeera documentary, and has found neither player guilty of any wrongdoing. The league said in a statement released Friday that both players fully cooperated with the investigation, and the league found no evidence that they...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 19, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ryan Zimmerman Runs 94 Feet to Make Catch

WASHINGTON — Ryan Zimmerman is a very good fielder. He won the 2009 NL Gold Glove for third basemen, and he led the National League in putouts as a third baseman in 2006, 2007 and 2013. Since moving to first base full-time last season, he’s eased into the position, learning the nuances while generally earning rave reviews. Tuesday night, lost in a strange, walk-riddled game,...
June 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Ryan Zimmerman Powers 16th Multi-HR Game of Career

Embed from Getty Images Ryan Zimmerman made up for his hitless streak that spanned three games and 12 at-bats by breaking out the bat, going 4-for-4 with two home runs Saturday night against the St. Louis Cardinals. The Nationals first baseman recorded his 16th multi-home run game of his career. With the Nationals down 4-0 in the second, Zimmerman hit a two-run home run opposite...
Via KCM Sports
May 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Nats Fan Surprise Interviews Ryan Zimmerman (Video)

WASHINGTON — Imagine starting a somber interview and getting the chance to turn the microphone on one of your favorite sports superstars. That was the experience for Justin Stubenhofer, who thought he was on the field to talk to MASN broadcaster Johnny Holiday about the Washington Nationals’ partnership with Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. Stubenhofer lost his dad...
May 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Ryan Zimmerman defends himself against PED allegations

Before Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper came along, the unquestioned face of the Washington Nationals was Ryan Zimmerman. Long believed to be a player who approached the sport of baseball and his training “the right way”, Zimmerman suddenly experienced what so many stars in sports have had to deal with when he was accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs in a report from...
Via The Comeback
February 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Howard and Zimmerman Sue for Defamation, Unlikely to Win

Over the holidays, Al Jazeera America released an explosive, undercover report on doping in professional sports. Included in the story were secretly recorded interviews with Charlie Sly, a pharmacist who boasted of having provided illegal performance enhancing drugs to numerous professional athletes. Among the many athletes that Sly claimed to have supplied with PEDs were several...
Via Fangraphs
January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

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