Washington Nationals (17-12) @ Philadelphia Phillies (13-14

)
RHP Tanner Roark [2-0, 2.76] | RHP A.J. Burnett (1-1, 2.15)
Saturday, May 3 l Game #30 / Road #13 l Citizens Bank Park l Philadelphia, PA

NATIONALS WIRE

OPPONENT

DOWN EARLY, BUT NEVER OUT
Washington battled back from an early 3-0 deficit to top Philadelphia, 5-3...the Nationals used a 3-run 8th inning to pull away from the Phillies...Adam LaRoche plated
his 5th game-winning run (T4th in MLB/NL) in the 8th inning with an RBI-single,
scoring Anthony Rendon...Tyler Moore clubbed his 2nd home run of the season, a
solo shot off Cliff Lee in the 3rd inning...it was Washington’s 9th come-from-behind
victory of the season.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES
Kevin Frandsen (2012-13) and Jayson Werth (2007-10) are current Nationals who have played on both sides of this rivalry....meanwhile, 2
current Phillies sport Nationals pedigree (Marlon Byrd 2005-06, Wil
Nieves 2008-10)...in 4 seasons with PHI, Werth hit .282 with 99 doubles,
95 homers, 300 RBI and 60 stolen bags and one World Championship
ring (2008)...he is also PHI’s all-time leader with 13 postseason homers.

STATUS CHECK
Collectively, the Nationals offense ranks among National League leaders in average
(3rd, .260), on-base percentage (3rd, .329), slugging percentage (3rd, .415) and OPS
(3rd, .744)

THE SERIES
The Nationals and Phillies, as NL East foes, square off 19 times this year,
with 10 of those games being contested in DC...between tonight and
Sept. 7, the Nationals play a total of 114 games and 18 of those will be
against the Phillies (17%)...Washington is 30-19 (.612) in the series’ last
49 games dating to May 31, 2011...in that same span, the Nationals have
outscored the Phillies by 52 runs (210-158).

RUNS AMOK
Despite significant injuries to Wilson Ramos, Ryan Zimmerman and Bryce Harper
(they have combined to play in just 33 of 87 games), Washington currently ranks
3rd in NL/10th in MLB having scored 4.52 runs per game...only the Rockies (5.61) and
Marlins (4.72) have scored more runs per contest among clubs in the Senior Circuit.
START ME UP
Over their last 13 games, Nationals starting pitchers have posted a 1.89 ERA (17
ER/81.0 IP), the best mark in MLB during that stretch...they have fanned 83 batters,
tied for the best mark MLB and have allowed just 71 hits, fewest in MLB.
K STREET
Nationals pitchers currently lead MLB in strikeouts (278) and strikeouts/9.0 (9.53).
• Stephen Strasburg’s 14.03 SO/9.0 was the highest for a qualified pitcher in March/
April since CHI’s Kerry Wood in 2001 (14.28).
• The last time a DC team paced MLB in strikeouts was 1919 (AL Nationals, 536).
BULL PENNINGS
Matt LeCroy’s bullpen currently ranks 3rd in MLB/3rd in NL in bullpen ERA (2.08)
and 5th in MLB/4th in NL strikeouts (104)...Tyler Clippard paces the ‘pen with 20
strikeouts, good for 8th in MLB/5th in NL.
SORI, NOT SORI
Nationals’ closer Rafael Soriano is in the midst of the longest scoreless innings
stretch of his career, as well as Nationals history (2005-pres.)...the veteran has
tossed 23.0 consecutive scoreless innings (23 app.) dating to Aug. 27, 2013...it is the
longest active streak in MLB.
7th (OR LATER) HEAVEN
From the 7th inning and beyond, the Nationals are outscoring their opponents 6025...the 60 runs scored are 2nd in MLB/first in NL while the 25 runs allowed are good
3rd fewest in MLB.
GOOD WOOD
The Nationals, in 7 games since getting 3-hit in back-to-back losses to the Angels
last week (Mon. and Tue.), are hitting .301 (91-for-302) with 27 extra-base hits (17
doubles, 2 triples, 8 home runs) and 21 walks the last 8 games.

2014 / BY THE NUMBERS
2014 W-L ......................... 1-0 (0-0 in DC, 1-0 in Philadelphia)
Streak (since ‘13).........................................................Won 2
Aggregate Score / 2014 ..................... Nationals 5, Phillies 3
Home Runs Hit / 2014 ......................... Nationals 1, Phillies 1
ALL!TIME SERIES / BY THE NUMBERS
W-L / Nationals .............................................................70-96
W-L / Franchise (Nationals + Expos) .................... 361-400-2
W-L / Nationals Park (2008-present) .......................... 26-28
W-L / Citizens Bank Park / CBP as Nationals ....35-59 / 32-52
2014 AGAINST THE PHILLIES
DATE RESULT
5/2@ W5-3
5/3@
5/4@
6/3DC
6/4DC
6/5DC
7/11@
7/12@
7/13@

WIN-LOSS-SV
Blevins-Adams-Soriano

TOG
3:11

DATE
7/31DC
8/1DC
8/2DC
8/3DC
8/25@
8/26@
8/27@
9/5DC
9/6DC
9/7DC

RESULT

WIN-LOSS-SV

TOG

RECENT TRANSACTIONS
4/6 ..... Placed OF Scott Hairston on the 15-Day DL with a left oblique strain...recalled 1B/
OF Tyler Moore from Syracuse.
4/12 .... Selected RHP Blake Treinen and recalled OF Steven Souza Jr., from Triple-A
Syracuse...optioned RHP Aaron Barrett to Triple-A Syracuse...placed OF Denard
Span on the 7-Day DL (concussion)...recalled INF/OF Jeff Kobernus from TripleA Syracuse and placed him on the 60-Day DL (left hand fracture).
4/13.... Placed 3B Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-Day DL (right thumb fracture)...recalled
INF Zach Walters from Triple-A Syracuse.
4/18 ... Optioned RHP Blake Treinen to Syracuse...recalled LHP Xavier Cedeno from
Syracuse.
4/19 ... Optioned OF Steven Souza Jr. to Syracuse...recalled from rehab and reinstated
OF Denard Span from the 7-Day DL.
4/22 ... Optioned LHP Xavier Cedeno to Syracuse...recalled RHP Aaron Barrett from
Syracuse.
4/27 ... Placed OF Bryce Harper on the 15-Day DL (left thumb sprain), retro to April 26...
recalled OF Steven Souza Jr. from Syracuse.
4/28 ... Optioned RHP Taylor Jordan to Triple-A Syracuse...recalled RHP Ryan Mattheus
from Syracuse.

DISABLED LIST
SCORE 4 = WIN MORE
The Nationals are 14-1 when scoring 4 or more runs and, conversely, just 3-11 when
limited to 3 or less runs by opposing pitchers.
SECOND AT SECOND
Thanks to the duo of Danny Espinosa (21 starts) and Anthony Rendon (8 starts),
Nationals second basemen currently rank 2nd in MLB/2nd in NL with a .827 OPS (PHI
is first at .924)...this stands in stark contrast to last season, when Washington’s contingent of second baggers combined on a .670 OPS that ranked 22nd in baseball.
MEET MATT WILLIAMS
Matt Williams, 48, was named the 5th field manager of the Nationals on Oct. 31,
2013...the managerial position is the first of his career...joins the Nationals organization after spending the previous 4 seasons on Kirk Gibson’s coaching staff in ARI...
Williams hit .268 (1878-for-7000) with 338 2B, 378 HR, 1218 RBI and 997 runs in 1866
games spanning 17 decorated seasons with ARI (‘98-03), CLE (1997) and SFG (‘8796)...Williams was a 5-time All-Star (‘90, ‘94-96, ‘99) and a 4-time recipient of the
Rawlings Gold Glove (‘91, ‘93-94, ‘97) and Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger (‘90, ‘9394, ‘97) awards...his 359 career homers as a third baseman ranks 5th on the all-time
list (Mike Schmidt 509, Eddie Matthews 486, Chipper Jones 389, Graig Nettles 368).
• Williams reached the postseason on 6 occasions, won 3 pennants and claimed
a World Championship (2001 Diamondbacks)...in all, played in 51 postseason
games/18 World Series contests...sports previous managerial experience gained
with the Salt River Rafters (AFL division title, ‘12) and the Double-A Mobile BayBears (skippered final 5 weeks of ‘07 after Brett Butler suffered a mild stroke)...
Williams’ baseball DNA traces back to his grandfather, outfielder Bert Griffith,
who was a member of the 1924 World Champion AL Nationals...born in Bishop,
CA and a native of Carson City, NV, Williams is an alum of UNLV.

PLAYER
E.Davis
R.Ohlendorf
D.Fister
W.Ramos
S.Hairston
J.Kobernus
R.Zimmerman
B.Harper
D.Span

INJURY
15/60 DL
R Elbow Sprain
60
R Lumbar Strain
60
R Lat Strain
15
L Hamate Fracture 15
L Oblique Strain
15
L Hand Fracture
60
R Thumb Fracture
15
L Thumb Sprain
15
Concussion
7

PLACED / RETRO REINSTATED #GAMES
Feb. 13
29
Mar. 26
29
Mar. 29 / Mar. 23
29
Apr. 2 / Apr. 1
28
Apr. 6
24
Apr. 12
19
Apr. 13
18
Apr. 27 / Apr. 26
5
Apr. 12
Apr. 19
7

IN THE COMMUNITY
May 6
Federal Workforce Day - In celebration of Public Service Recognition
Week the Nationals will work with the Partnership for Public Service to
coordinate a special tribute to public servants in attendance.
Span’s Fans - Nationals center fielder Denard Span will host “Span’s
Fans” before the team takes the field. In its second year, Span’s Fans is
a season-long program that treats children from single-parent families
to an evening of Nationals baseball. The group will enjoy a private meet
and greet with Span as well as special batting practice viewing and tickets
complete with NatsBucks.

DATE IN DC BASEBALL HISTORY
MAY 3
2006 – Major League Baseball officially sells the Nationals to group led
by Theodore N. Lerner, a Maryland-based real estate developer. In 2002,
the 29 other big league owners collectively purchased the Montreal
Expos franchise for $120 million, and then moved the failing franchise
to Washington, D.C. in time for the 2005 season.

SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS
DATE
OPP./SITE D.C. TIME DC TV
DC RADIO
NATIONALS STARTER
OPPONENTS STARTER
Sat., May 3
at PHI
7:05 pm
MASN
106.7 FM / 1500 AM
RHP Tanner Roark (2-0, 2.76)
RHP A.J. Burnett (1-1, 2.15)
• Roark, one relief app. (8/10/13) toes the rubber for his first career start vs. PHI. Burnett’s first start vs. the WSH/MON franchise: 9/23/99 (W, 7.0 IP, 7 H, ER, 6 K)
106.7 FM / 1500 AM
LHP Gio Gonzalez (3-1, 3.25)
LHP Cole Hamels (0-2, 6.75)
Sun., May 4
at PHI
3:05 pm
MASN
• A former Phillies farmhand, Gonzalez is 5-2 with a 2.66 ERA in 8 career starts against PHI (Washington has won 6 of the 8 matchups)

NATIONALS STARTING PITCHER
ROARK, Tanner (RHP)

#57

THE 25-MAN ACTIVE ROSTER

2014 STARTS

Gets starting nod for first time in career against the Phils.
D
OPP
RES W L ERA INN H R ER HR BB SO RS PIT
• AGAINST THE PHILLIES: Has faced PHI once prior...on 4/3 @NYM W8-2 1 0 3.00 6.0 6 2 2 0 3 5 7 95
Aug. 10, 2013 in DC, in 2nd appearance of career, worked 4/11 @ATL L6-7 0 0 5.91 4.2 5 5 5 1 1 3 4 86
2.0 perfect innings of relief to pocket first career victory 4/16 @MIA W6-3 0 0 5.29 6.1 7 3 3 1 2 5 3 98
4/21 vs.LAA L2-4 0 0 3.80 6.2 7 0 0 0
2 5
1 105
as Washington erased a 4-0 deficit en route to an 8-5 win. 4/26 vs.SDP W4-0 1 0 2.76 9.0 3 0 0 0 1 8 4 105
• LAST START: Fanned a career-best 8 and tossed first career shutout in Sat.’s 4-0 win vs. SDP...outperformed An- 2014 SPLITS
drew Cashner, scattering 3 singles and a walk...required CATEGORY W L G INN H R ER HR BB SO ERA
Road
1 0 3
17
19 10 10
2
6
13 5.29
only 105 pitches...Ian Desmond posted 3 hits and one RBI. vs.Phi
0 0 0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

• In 10 career GS, is 5-1 with a 2.26 ERA (16 ER/63.2 IP) and Cit. Bank Park 0 0 0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

has 8 quality starts (6.0+ innings, allowing 3 or less runs).
• Is 8-1 with a 2.21 ERA in 18 career games/9 starts...with CAREER SPLITS
win in next decision, would join Jesse Crain (10-0), Jered CATEGORY W L G INN H R ER HR BB SO ERA
Road
5 1 10
51.1 47
19 18
3
11 39 3.16
Weaver (9-1), Alexi Ogando (9-1), Tim Hudson (9-1), Rob- vs.Phi
1 0 1
2.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
bie Ross (9-1) and A.J. Griffin (9-1) as only active pitchers Cit. Bank Park 0 0 0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

who posted 9+ wins in their first 10 career decisions.
• During brief career, has faced 184 right-handed hitters & allowed just 4 XBH (4 2B).
• Has allowed only 3 homers (D.Dietrich, C.Beltran, R.Pena) in 86.1 big league innings.
• Is 4-0 with one hold and a 0.26 ERA (1 ER/35.0 IP) in 9 games/3 starts at Nationals Park.
• Looks to build on breakout ‘13 campaign...joined the Nationals late in ‘13, but earned glowing reviews, finishing 7-1 with
1.51 ERA in 14/5 G/GS as true rookie...has contract selected by Washington on Aug. 6 (had pitched in minors for 6-plus seasons)...started 7-0 and became the first/only National to win first 7 decisions in a single season.
• Was originally TEX’s 25th-round selection in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft...pitched collegiately at Univ. of Illinois...in
spring of 2008, before being drafted, pitched in 3 games for the Southern Illinois Miners (independent Frontier League).

CAREER STATISTICS
Year Team Lg
2013 Wsh NL
2014 Wsh NL
Totals

W
7
2
9

L
1
0
1

SV SVO
0
0
0
0
0
0

G
14
5
19

GS
5
5
10

CG
0
1
1

INN
53.2
32.2
86.1

H
38
29
67

R
11
10
21

ER
9
10
19

HR
1
2
3

BB
11
9
20

SO
40
26
66

WHIP
0.91
1.16
1.01

FIP
2.47
3.19
2.73

ERA
1.51
2.76
1.98

PITCHERS
13 Jerry Blevins (BLEH-vins) .........LHP
47 Gio Gonzalez (JEE-oh) ..............LHP
48 Ross Detwiler (DET-wiy-ler) .....LHP
30
36
52
57
35
29
22
37
27

Aaron Barrett........................... RHP
Tyler Clippard (KLI-perd) ......... RHP
Ryan Mattheus (MATTH-ews) RHP
Tanner Roark (ro-ARK) ............ RHP
Craig Stammen (STAH-mehn).. RHP
Rafael Soriano (soer-ee-AH-noh) . RHP
Drew Storen (STOER-in) ......... RHP
Stephen Strasburg (STRAHS-berg) . RHP
Jordan Zimmermann ............... RHP

CATCHERS
41 Sandy Leon (lee-OHN) ..............S/R
59 Jose Lobaton (LOH-buh-tohn)..S/R
INFIELDERS
20 Ian Desmond (EE-in)..................R/R
8 Danny Espinosa (ehs-pi-NOH-zuh) .. S/R
19 Kevin Frandsen (FRAND-zen) ...R/R
25 Adam LaRoche (lah-ROHSH) .... L/L
6 Anthony Rendon (RHEN-dohn)..R/R
4 Zach Walters (zak WAHL-ters) ...S/R
OUTFIELDERS
15 Nate McLouth (mik-LOWTH) .... L/R
12 Tyler Moore ...............................R/R
21 Steven Souza Jr. ........................R/R
2 Denard Span (di-NAHRD).......... L/L
28 Jayson Werth (JAY-sin) .............R/R

NATIONALS BULLPEN
BARRETT, Aaron (RHP)
LAST: Fri.atPHI:

#30 MATTHEUS, Ryan (RHP)

0.1 IP

1 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 0 SO 0 HR

True rookie...Univ. of Mississippi alum was Nationals’ 9throunder in 2010 Draft...struck out 12.0 batters/9.0 in minors.
• Has worked hitless relief in 7 of 11 MLB appearances.
• Via 1-2-3 9th, earned win in MLB debut, Mar. 31 @ NYM.
1-0, 1 Holds, 0 Saves, 1.04 ERA, 11/0 G/GS
IR / IS:
8/5

BLEVINS, Jerry (LHP)
LAST: Fri.atPHI: (Win, 2)

#13

0.2 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 0 SO 0 HR

Was acquired from OAK on Dec. 11, 2012 in exchange for OF
Billy Burns...Craig Stammen’s teammate at Univ. of Dayton.
• 15 appearances this season tied w/Clippard for team lead
• ERA in 9 apps at Nationals Park is 1.86 (2 ER/9.2 IP).
2-1, 2 Holds, 0 Saves, 3.38 ERA, 15/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 6 / 0

CLIPPARD, Tyler (RHP)
LAST: Fri.atPHI:

#36

1.0 IP

1 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 2 SO 0 HR

Paces MLB with 460 relief strikeouts since making MLB debut, June 25, 2009 (Carlos Marmol, 2nd with 432).
• Leads WSH relievers with 6 holds and his 20 Ks.
• 5 of 10 hits allowed were for extra bases (3 2B, 2 HR).
2-2, 6 Holds, 0 Saves, 2.63 ERA, 15/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 0 / 0

DETWILER, Ross (LHP)
LAST: Weds.atHOU:

#48

1.0 IP 2 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Shifts to ‘pen...in 25 career relief apps, is 1-1 with 2 Holds &
a 1.34 ERA (7 ER/47.0 IP)...made 50 MLB starts from ‘11-13.
• Has worked scoreless relief in 6 of 9 appearances.
• Pitched for Team USA in ‘13 WBC (save, 4.0 scoreless inn.).
0-1, 0 Holds, 0 Saves, 1.84 ERA, 9/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 0 / 0

LAST: Weds.atHOU:

#52

1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 0 SO 0 HR

Hard-throwing right hander...battled through injuries in ‘13.
• Collected 8 Ks in 10.0 IP (9 G) at Triple-A Syracuse.
• Posted 18 holds in stellar breakout 2012 season.
0-0, 0 Holds, 0 Saves, 0.00 ERA, 0/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 0 / 0

SORIANO, Rafael (RHP)
LAST: Fri.atPHI:

#29

1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 0 SO 0 HR

Posted a 3.0/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio and saved 43 games to
rank 2nd in the NL in first season with the Nationals.
• Is in midst of longest scoreless streak of career (23G/23IP.)
• Dating to ‘13, has successfully converted last 16 save opps.
1-0, 0 Holds, 6 Saves, 0.00 ERA, 11/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 0 / 0

STAMMEN, Craig (RHP)
LAST: Tues.vs.HOU:

#35

1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Has pitched better in relief (2.88 ERA, 9.0 K/9, 146 G) than
as starter (8-11, 5.08, 4.6 K/9, 38 starts) during MLB career.
• Paces Natonals ‘pen with 15.1 innings pitched.
• Ranked 3rd in NL with team-best 81.2 relief innings in ‘13.
0-1, 0 Holds, 0 Saves, 4.11 ERA, 9/0 G/GS
IR / IS:
2/0

STOREN, Drew (RHP)
LAST: Sun.vs.SDP:

#22

1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Owns highest career SO/BB ratio (3.14/1) among Nats relievers (‘05-pres.)...selected 10th overall in ‘09 First-Year Draft.
• Has tossed scoreless relief in 11 of 12 appearances.
• Is 3-0, 14 holds, 1 save, 1.29 ERA in 32 G dating to Aug. ‘13.
2-0, 4 Holds, 0 Saves, 0.93 ERA, 12/0 G/GS
IR / IS:
7/1

CATCHER’S DEFENSE
CATCHER
S.Leon

GS

W-L

2014
Career

8
17

4-4
11-6

CCS SBA CS% PB

CATCHER ERA

1
2

3
10

33%
20%

1
4

3.73 (29 ER/70.0 IP)
3.21 (55 ER/154.1 IP)

4
23

12
145

33%
16%

0
2

2.99 (56 ER/168.2 IP)
3.46 (570 ER/1481.1 IP)

J.Lobaton
2014
Career

BULLPEN – LAST 10 GAMES

STARTING PITCHING – LAST 10 GAMES
DATE/OPP STARTER DEC
5/2@PHI Strasburg —
4/30@HOUZimm’nn
W
4/29@HOU GGonzalez —
4/27vsSDP Jordan

4/26vsSDP Roark
W
4/25vsSDP Strasburg W
4/24vsSDP Zimm’nn —
4/23vsLAA GGonzalez —
4/22vsLAA Jordan
L
4/21vsLAA Roark

RES
W5-3
W7-0
W4-3
L2-4
W4-0
W11-1
L3-4
W5-4
L2-7
L2-4

INN
6.0
6.1
6.0
4.0
9.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
5.0
6.2

H
6
7
5
3
3
7
5
4
8
7

R ER BB SO
3 0 1 5
0 0 1 7
3 3 2 9
1 1 2 0
0 0 1 8
0 0 2 11
3 3 1 5
2 2 3 5
6 4 0 5
0 0 2 5

18
10-8
158 88-70

HR
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0

RS
2
7
2
1
4
10
2
1
2
1

PIT
83
110
111
63
105
109
91
83
79
105

DATE/OPP
5/2@PHI
4/30@HOU
4/29@HOU
4/27vs.SDP
4/26vs.SDP
4/25vs.SDP
4/24vs.SDP
4/23vs.LAA
4/22vs.LAA
4/21vs.LAA

RES DECISIONS #REL INN H
W5-3
W
4
3.0 2
W7-0

3
2.2 2
W4-3
W
3
3.0 0
L2-4
L
5
5.0 5
W4-0

0
0.0 0
W11-1

2
2.0 3
L3-4
L
4
6.0 3
W5-4
W
3
4.0 4
L2-7

3
4.0 1
L2-4
L
3
2.1 5

R ER BB
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 3
3 3 4
0 0 0
1 1 0
1 1 3
2 1 5
1 1 0
4 0 1

SO
2
2
4
7
0
2
4
3
4
1

HR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

NATIONALS PITCHING – 2014
Starters

Team Rec
G
17-12
29
Ind Rec
#PIT
9-7
2699

SV
0

SVO
0
#P/IP
16.1

Hld
0

ERA
3.60
RSA
4.20

CG
1
RS
78

INN
167.1
SHO
1

H
169
WP
3

R
80
BK
0

ER
67
SH
7

HR
14
SF
7

BB
51
2B
34

IBB
3
3B
5

HB
9
SB
4

SO SO/9 AVG
174 9.4 .261
CS GIDP AB
4
13
647

Relievers

Team Rec
17-12
Ind Rec
8-5

G
28
#PIT
1566

SV
6

SVO
9
#P/IP
16.4

Hld
12

ERA
2.08
RSA
5.00

CG
0
RS
53

INN
95.1
SHO
-

H
75
WP
3

R
31
BK
0

ER
22
SH
2

HR
6
SF
3

BB
39
2B
16

IBB
0
3B
0

HB
1
SB
6

SO SO/9 AVG
104 9.8 .217
CS GIDP AB
3
5
346

Team Rec
17-12

G
29
#PIT
4265

SV
6

SVO
9
#P/IP
16.2

Hld
12

ERA
3.05
RSA
4.49

CG
1
RS
131

INN
H
262.2 244
SHO WP
2
6

R
111
BK
0

ER
89
SH
9

HR
20
SF
10

BB
90
2B
50

IBB
3
3B
5

HB
10
SB
10

SO SO/9 AVG
278 9.5 .246
CS GIDP AB
7
18 993

Team Totals

NATIONALS BULLPEN MAP
LEFT
RIGHT
• #13 J.Blevins • #30 A.Barrett
• #48 R.Detwiler • #36 T.Clippard
• #52 R.Mattheus
• #29 R.Soriano
• #35 C.Stammen
• #22 D.Storen

BULLPEN BY THE NUMBERS
Total Appearances .....................84
Holds ...........................................12
Saves / Save Opp. ....................6 / 9
Inh. Runners / Inh. Scored .... 27 / 9
Batting Average Against ........ .217
1st Batters Retired / Faced ..... 65 / 87
SO/BB Ratio . 2.7/1 (104 SO / 39 BB)

2014 & CAREER / Phillies
PLAYER W
Barrett
2014
0
Career 0
Blevins
2014
1
Career
1
Clippard
2014
0
Career 2
Detwiler
2014
0
Career 2
Gonzalez
2014
0
Career 5
Mattheus
2014
0
Career 0
Roark
2014
0
Career
1
Soriano
2014
0
Career
1
Stammen
2014
0
Career
1
Storen
2014
0
Career 3
Strasburg
2014
0
Career 2
Zimmermann
2014
0
Career 4

L S

G

IP

ER ERA

0 0
0 0

1
1

0.1
0.1

0
0

0.00
0.00

0 0
0 0

1
1

0.2
0.2

0
0

0.00
0.00

0 0 1 1.0 0 0.00
2 2 37 39.2 18 4.08
0 0
5 0

0 0 0

9 46.1 23 4.47

0 0
2 0

0 0 0
8 50.2 15


2.66

0 0 0 0
0 0 14 14.1

0
2


1.26

0 0
0 0

0
0


0.00

0 1 1 1.0 0
1 9 23 22.1 6

0.00
2.42

0
1

0
2

0 0 0
0 0 18

0
29

0

15 4.66

0 0 0
2 5 24

0
22

0
8

0 0
1 0


3.27

1 6.0 0 0.00
7 43.1 11 2.28

0 0 0 0 0

5 0 10 59.1 26 3.94

NATIONALS BATTING NOTES
DESMOND, Ian (SS), #20

.231

4 HR

17 RBI

1 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 1-5, 2B, RBI
ROAD TRIP: 2-14, 2B, RBI, BB
Longest-tenured member of the organization (drafted/signed, June ‘04) & last continuous franchise player with Expos DNA.
• Is 9-for-27 (3 2B, 4 RBI, BB, SB) over last 6 G...scored the GW run on a wild pitch by STL M. Wacha in the 7th inn, 4/18 vs. STL.
• Won 2nd straight Silver Slugger in ‘13 (.280. 38 2B, 20 HR, 80 RBI, 21 SB)...hit .239 with 3 HR & 5 RBI in 16 Spring games.
RISP: .286 (10-35), 1 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/21/14 vs. LAA (Frieri)
CAREER HOMERS: 71

ESPINOSA, Danny (INF), #8

.286

3 HR

3 RBI

4 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 1-4, SB
ROAD TRIP: 4-12, HR, RBI, R, 2 SB
Switch-hitter is one of MLB’s top defenders...is a true 20-HR, 20-SB threat (hit 21 homers in ‘11, swiped 20 bases in ‘12).
• Is 22-for-73 (.301) with 3 2B, a 3B, 3 HR & 6 RBI in 22 G dating to 4/8...3rd in MLB in OPS (.808) and T4th in HR (3) among 2B.
• Has more HR (50) than any Nationals switch hitter (C.Guzman, 23)...led Washington in games in 2011 (158) and 2012 (160).
RISP: .074 (2-27), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/30/14 at HOU (Oberholtzer)
CAREER HOMERS: 50

FRANDSEN, Kevin (INF/OF), #19

.282

0 HR

2 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 0-1, PH
ROAD TRIP: 3-8, 2B, 2 R, HBP
Signed as free agent with Nationals, March 26...led MLB with 14 pinch hits in ‘13...also ranked 3rd with 10 pinch RBI.
• Is 9-for-24 (.375) with 2 2B, 2 BB, 4 R and 2 HBP in his 7 starts...is career .254 (29-for-114) hitter with 18 RBI as a pinch hitter.
• Has made 9 appeareances (7 starts) in the outfield so far this season (hadn’t started there since ‘07 with SFG).
RISP: .167 (2-12), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 8/31/13 @ CHI (Rusin)
CAREER HOMERS: 14

LaROCHE, Adam (1B), #25

.309

4 HR

18 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 1-4, RBI
ROAD TRIP: 3-9, 2B, 3 RBI
One of 3 active players to hit 25+ HR for 4 teams (‘06 ATL, ‘08 PIT, ‘10 ARI, ‘12 WSH)…the other 2: A.Beltre & A.Soriano.
• Has hit safely in 12 of last 13 games and 22 of 26 games this season...29 hits in March/April establish a career high (27, 2012).
• Hit walk-off RBI-single Wed. vs. LAA...leads qualified Nationals with a .407 OBP (9th in NL) and 16 walks (T7th in the NL).
RISP: .346 (9-26), 1 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/24/14 vs. SD (Vincent)
CAREER HOMERS: 221

LEON, Sandy (C), #41

.171

1 HR

3 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: DNP
ROAD TRIP: 1-2, 2 BB, R
Switch-hitting catcher with above-grade defensive skills...was signed by Mike Rizzo out of Venezuelan tryout camp in Jan. ‘07.
• Hit first HR of MLB career (2-run shot off K.Slowey) in April 14 win at MIA...when starting, Washington is 13-6 (career).
• Recalled from Syracuse, Apr. 2...threw out 48% (169 of 353) would-be basestealers the last 4 min.-league seasons (‘10-13).
RISP: .167 (2-12), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/14/14 @ MIA (Slowey)
CAREER HOMERS: 1

LOBATON, Jose (C), #59

.254

1 HR

5 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 0-3, BB
ROAD TRIP: 1-7, 2B, RBI, BB
Acquired from TBR with LH Felipe Rivero & OF Drew Vettleson in exchange for RHP Nathan Karns, Feb. 13.
• Is 11-for-32 (3 2B, HR, 4 RBI), hitting safely in 6 of last 8 G...has reached base safely in 14 of 34 plate appearances.
• Was starting catcher in 3 of TBR’s 4 playoff games last season...hit game-ending HR in Game 3 of ALDS vs. BOS.
RISP: .067 (1-15), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/23/14 vs. LAA (Frieri)
CAREER HOMERS: 10

McLOUTH, Nate (OF), #15

.108

1 HR

1 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 0-0 (PR)
ROAD TRIP: 0-3, 2 BB
Lends professional left-handed bat, defensive excellence (Gold Glover) & experience at all 3 outfield slots to Nationals roster.
• Clubbed his first HR as a National, Sun. vs. SDP...a .103 BABIP a signal of extreme bad luck...hit 100th HR, Sept. 24 vs. TOR.
• Hit .261 with 43 doubles, 19 HR, 54 RBI and 42 SB in 201 games spanning portions of 2 seasons with the Orioles (2012-13).
RISP: .000 (0-6), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/27/14 vs. SDP (Benoit)
CAREER HOMERS: 101

MOORE, Tyler (1B/OF), #12

.222

2 HR

3 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 2-4, HR, RBI, 2 R
ROAD TRIP: 2-8, HR, RBI, BB, 2 R
Adds power (hit 10 home runs in just 156 at-bats for the 2012 Nationals) and defensive versatility to Washington’s roster.
• Taxed Cliff Lee for his 2nd home run of the season, Fri. at PHI...in his 4 starts this season, Washington is 4-1.
• Nationals’ 2010 Minor League Player of the Year...hit .265 with a 2B, HR and 6 RBI in 20 Spring contests.
RISP: .111 (1-9), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 5/2/14 @ PHI (Lee)
CAREER HOMERS: 16

RENDON, Anthony (INF), #6

.311

4 HR

21 RBI

1 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 1-5, RBI, R
ROAD TRIP: 6-15, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 3 R
Played in just 79 minor-league games since being tabbed with 6th-overall selection in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft.
• Leads the Nationals and ranks among NL hitters in hits (T5th, 37), RBI (T5th, 21), and extra base hits (T4th, 16).
• 2nd in MLB in hitting .481 (13-for-27) and 3rd in slugging percentage (.852) off left-handed pitchers (4 2B, 2 HR, and 11 RBI).
RISP: .303 (10-33), 1 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/30/14 at HOU (Clemens)
CAREER HOMERS: 11

SOUZA Jr., Steven (OF), #21

.125

0 HR

0 RBI

.231

0 HR

7 RBI

4 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 1-5, 2B, RBI, R, SB
ROAD TRIP: 4-14, 2B, 3B, RBI, BB, 4 R, 2 SB
Ranks 2nd among active center fielders (min. 600 games) in zone rating (.900) & putouts/9.0 (2.77).
• Has reached base safely in 12 of last 13, going 14-for-60 with 4 BB...lifted a game-winning sac. fly to left field on 4/20 vs. STL.
• Hit .302 after the ‘13 ASB...didn’t commit an error in ‘13 (153 G, 384 TC)...batted .370 (20-54) with 3 SB in 16 Spring contests.
RISP: .278 (5-18), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 9/9/13 @ NYM (Torres)
CAREER HOMERS: 27

WALTERS, Zach (INF), #4

.154

2 HR

2 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 0-1 (PH)
ROAD TRIP: 0-1
Switch-hitting INF...tied for Triple-A lead with 29 HR in ‘13...was acquired from ARI (for RHP Jason Marquis) on July 30, 2011.
• Hit Nationals’ first pinch homer of the season, a game-winning solo shot to lead off the 8th inning in 4/16’s 6-3 win at MIA.
• Was recalled on 4/13 as R.Zimmerman was placed on the DL...has hit .300+ twice in 4 professional seasons (2010 & ‘11).
RISP: .000 (0-5), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/16/14 @ MIA (Dunn)
CAREER HOMERS: 2

WERTH, Jayson (OF), #28

.306

4 HR

16 RBI

PLAYER
Desmond
2014
Career
Espinosa
2014
Career
Frandsen
2014
Career
LaRoche
2014
Career
Leon
2014
Career
Lobaton
2014
Career
McLouth
2014
Career
Moore
2014
Career
Rendon
2014
Career
Souza Jr.
2014
Career
Span
2014
Career
Walters
2014
Career
Werth
2014
Career

AB

H

HR RBI AVG

5
272

1
71

0
8

1
38

.200
.261

4
152

1
36

0
8

0
17

.250
.237

1
31

0
11

0
1

0
5

.000
.355

4
349

1
98

0
15

1
51

.250
.281

0
6

0
3

0
0

0
0


.500

3
9

0
1

0
0

0
1

.000
.111

0
155

0
29

0
6

0
12


.187

4
39

2
11

1
3

1
7

.500
.282

5
47

1
9

0
2

1
6

.200
.191

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0


5
105

1
32

0
2

1
12

.200
.305

1
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

.000
.000

4
187

3
57

0
9

0
33

.750
.305

NATIONALS WHEN ...
Leading after 7 ................................. 10-1
Tied after 7 ......................................... 4-3
Trailing after 7 .................................... 3-8
Leading after 8 .................................13-0
Tied after 8 ........................................ 2-2
Trailing after 8 ..................................2-10
When Scoring in 1st inn. ....................6-3
Opponent Scores in 1st inn. ..............4-6
Scoring First .......................................9-5
Opponent scores First ....................... 8-7
Series Opener .................................... 5-5
Series Finale .......................................6-3
Home series W-L-T ........................... 1-2-2
Road series W-L-T ............................3-1-0

0 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: DNP
ROAD TRIP: 0-4
Power-hitting corner OF began pro career as 3B...has hit 38 home runs the last 2 seasons...was a 2013 Eastern League All-Star.
• Was recalled from Syracuse for 2nd big league stint...taxed D.Jennings for first big league hit (single), Apr. 15 at MIA.
• Hit .333 (10-for-33) with a 2B, 2 HR, 10 RBI & 8 BB in 11 IL contests...hit .355 with 7 XBH/3 HR in 17 Spring Training games in ‘14.
RISP: .500 (1-2), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: None
CAREER HOMERS: 0

SPAN, Denard (CF), #2

2014 & CAREER / Phillies

3 SB

LAST GAME / Fri.atPHI: 3-4, BB, R
ROAD TRIP: 6-12, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB, 3 R
Only player to rank among NL’s top 5 in slugging% (3rd, .532), OPS (3rd, .931), batting avg. (5th, .318) & OBP (5th, .398) in ‘13.
• Hitting .354/.446/.476 in last 12 G...has hit safely in 9 straight and has reached base safely in all 12 (6 BB, 2 HBP).
• Is hitting .300+ on road (.356), vs. LHP (.375), runners on (.319), with 2 outs (.333), innings 7+ (.355), & close/late (.474)
RISP: .364 (8-22), 2 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/29/14 @ HOU (Cosart)
CAREER HOMERS: 174

Series sweeps .....................................3-1
Home sweeps .....................................1-0
Road sweeps ......................................2-1
In March/April ................................. 16-12
In May .................................................1-0
In June ...............................................0-0
In July .................................................0-0
In August ...........................................0-0
In September/October ......................0-0
Pre All-Star break .............................17-12
Post All-Star break .............................0-0
Uniform/home whites .......................6-5
Uniform/road greys ........................... 8-2
Uniform/red alternates ..................... 3-5
Uniform/blue stars & stripes .............0-0
Last at-bat W-L .................................. 5-2
Sudden Death W-L .............................2-1
# Come-from-behind wins ....................9
When Homering ...............................13-9
When Playing Error Free ..................10-2
When Starter goes 7.0+ inn. ..............4-1

2014 STATISTICS

2014 SCHEDULE & RESULTS

THRU GAMES OF 5/2/2014
PLAYER
Desmond,I
Espinosa,D
RIGHT
LEFT
Frandsen,K
Hairston,S
Harper,B
LaRoche,A
Leon,S
RIGHT
LEFT
Lobaton,J
RIGHT
LEFT
McLouth,N
Moore,T
Ramos,W
Rendon,A
Souza,S
Span,D
Walters,Z
RIGHT
LEFT
Werth,J
Zimmerman,R

AVG
G
AB
R
.231 29 117 14
.286 27
84
8
.310
29
.273
55
.282 22
39
5
.500
2
2
1
.289 22
83
8
.309 26
97 17
.171 10
35
5
.267
15
.100
20
.254 19
67
5
.250
12
.255
55
.108 23
37
3
.222 14
27
3
.000
1
3
0
.311 29 119 20
.125
6
8
0
.231 22
91 14
.154 13
13
3
.400
5
.000
8
.306 29 108 17
.364 10
33
4

Gonzalez,G
.200
Roark,T
.111
Stammen,C
.000
Strasburg,S
.000
Zimmermann,J .375
WASHINGTON
OPPONENTS

.260
.246

PITCHER
R/L
Barrett,A
R
Blevins,J
L
Clippard,T
R
Detwiler,R
L
Gonzalez,G
L
Mattheus,R
R
Roark,T
R
Soriano,R
R
Stammen,C
R
Storen,D
R
Strasburg,S
R
Zimmermann,J
R
WASHINGTON
OPPONENTS

6
5
9
7
6

10
9
2
10
8

H
27
24
9
15
11
1
24
30
6
4
2
17
3
14
4
6
0
37
1
21
2
2
0
33
12

TB 2B
44
5
40
5
19
2
21
3
13
2
1
0
35
4
47
5
10
1
5
1
5
0
26
6
3
0
23
6
8
1
13
1
0
0
63 10
1
0
29
4
8
0
8
0
0
0
51
6
21
3

3B HR RBI SH
0
4 17
0
1
3
6
0
1
2
3
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
9
0
0
4 18
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
5
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
4
0
0
1
1
1
0
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
2
4 21
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
7
1
0
2
2
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
4 16
0
0
2
6
0

1
1
0
0
1

2
1
0
0
3

5
1
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

29 1011 131
29 993 111

263
244

420
364

53
50

7
5

W
1
2
2
0
3
0
2
1
0
2
2
2

L
0
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
2
1

ERA
1.04
3.38
2.63
1.84
3.25
0.00
2.76
0.00
4.11
0.93
3.60
3.27

G
11
15
15
9
6
1
5
11
9
12
7
6

GS
0
0
0
0
6
0
5
0
0
0
7
6

CG
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

17
12

12
17

3.05
4.08

29
29

29
29

1
1

1
0
0
0
0

2
0
0
0
0

30 118
20 106

1
3
0
1
1

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
2
0

8 5 10
9 10 10

96
90

GF SHO SV
3
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
10
0
6
3
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
28

RECORD BY BATTING ORDER
Bat1 Bat2 Bat3 Bat4 Bat5
PLAYER
Desmond
1~0 9~7
Espinosa
0~1
Frandsen
2~0
Harper
4~6
1~0 2~0
LaRoche
14~11
Leon
Lobaton
McLouth
2~0 0~1
Moore
1~0
Ramos
1~0
Rendon
3~4 10~4
0~1 1~2
Souza Jr.
Span
12~8
Werth
17~11
Zimmerman, Ryan
1~0 0~1

SF HP BB IBB SO SB
1 0
6
0 36
1
1 3
4
1 22
4
0 1
1
1
7
1 2
3
0 15
0 2
3
0
8
0
0 0
0
0
0
0
0 0
8
1 21
1
0 0 16
1 23
0
0 0
4
0 11
0
0 0
1
0
4
0 0
3
0
7
0 0
7
1 17
0
0 0
2
0
3
0 0
5
1 14
0 2
9
1
7
0
0 0
2
0 11
0
0 0
0
0
1
0
1 0
7
1 19
1
0 0
1
0
3
0
1 0
8
0 11
4
0 0
2
0
6
0
0 0
0
0
1
0 0
2
0
5
0 3 14
0 23
3
1 0
3
0
8
0

3
1

6
6

0
0
0
0
0
6
3

IP
8.2
13.1
13.2
14.2
36.0
1.0
32.2
11.0
15.1
9.2
40.0
33.0

H
5
11
10
15
28
0
29
6
12
3
42
36

262.2
258.0

244
263

CS GIDP
1
6
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0

4
3
2
7
2

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

250
278

14
10

3
7

13
18

R
1
5
8
8
13
0
10
0
7
1
22
15

ER
1
5
4
3
13
0
10
0
7
1
16
12

OBP
.266
.337
.355
.328
.364
.500
.352
.407
.256
.313
.217
.324
.357
.317
.313
.276
.000
.346
.222
.290
.267
.400
.200
.400
.405

AB
0
1
0
1
12
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
0
0
1
0
8
4
4
1
1

1
1
1
0
0

.500
.111
.000
.000
.375

.200
.111
.000
.167
.375

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

27 .415
27 .367

.329
.312

40
32

6
6

1
0

2
3

HR HB
0
0
1
0
2
0
1
0
2
1
0
1
2
3
0
0
1
0
1
0
4
1
3
2

BB IBB
5
0
5
0
10
0
9
0
13
0
0
0
9
1
5
0
2
0
1
0
13
1
8
0

20
30

90
96

111
89
131 117

PINCH HIT
H HR RBI
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
2 0
1
1 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
1 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
1 1
1
1 1
1
0 0
0
1 0
0
0 0
0

E SLG
8 .376
2 .476
.655
.382
0 .333
0 .500
2 .422
2 .485
0 .286
.333
.250
1 .388
.250
.418
2 .216
0 .481
0 .000
3 .529
0 .125
0 .319
0 .615
1.600
.000
2 .472
2 .636

10
10

SO
12
16
20
10
38
0
26
12
15
12
58
35

WP BK
BAA
1 0 .172
0 0 .220
0 0 .204
1 0 .268
0 0 .214
0 0 .000
0 0 .244
0 0 .167
0 0 .211
0 0 .097
2 0 .268
1 0 .277

3 278
6
6 250 15

0
1

.246
.260

RECORD BY STARTING POSITION

Bat6
5~3
6~3
1~1
3~5

Bat7 Bat8 Bat9
2~2
7~4
1~1 1~0
1~0
1~0
6~4
0~1 9~7 1~0
3~2 0~1
1~0 2~1

1~0 0~1 1~0
1~0

4~3

PLAYER
P C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH
Desmond
17~12
Espinosa
13~8
Frandsen
5~2
Harper
10~9 1~2
LaRoche
15~11
Leon
6~4
Lobaton
10~8
McLouth
0~1 4~2 1~1
Moorer
2~1
2~0
Ramos
1~0
Rendon
4~4 12~8
Souza Jr.
1~0
Span
12~8
Werth
15~11 2~0
Zimmerman
5~4

2014 HIGHS AND LOWS

TEAM BATTING
Most runs, game.....................................................................11,
Most runs, inning .....................................................................5,
Most hits (9-inning game) ..................................................... 17,
Most hits (extra-inning game) .............................................. 16,
Most doubles, game ............................................................... 6,
Most home runs, game ...........................................................2,
Most extra-base hits, game ...................................................11,
Most total bases, game .........................................................34,
Most walks (9-inning game) ...................................................7,
Most walks (extra-inning game) ............................................ 6,
Most strikeouts (9-inning game) .......................................... 14,
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game) ................................... 10,
Most runners left on base (9-inning game) ......................... 17,
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game) ................... 14,
Fewest hits, game ...................................................................2,

4/25 vs. SDP
4/10 vs. MIA (8th inn.)
4/25 vs. SDP
4/24 vs. SDP (12 inn.)
4/14 @ MIA
Many Times
4/14 @ MIA
4/14 @ MIA
4/21 vs. LAA and 4/20 vs. STL
3/31 @ NYM
4/12 @ ATL
4/24 vs. SDP, 3/31 @ NYM (10 inn.)
4/20 vs. STL
4/24 vs. SDP (12 inn.)
4/17 vs. STL

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most hits, game ....................................................................... 4,
Most runs, game.......................................................................3,
Most doubles, game.................................................................2,
Most home runs, game ............................................................ 1,
Most extra-base hits, game .....................................................3,
Most RBI, game ........................................................................5,
Most stolen bases, game ......................................................... 1,
Most strikeouts, game ............................................................ 4,
Most walks, game ....................................................................2,
Most total bases, game........................................................... 9,
Longest hitting streak ............................................................ 10,

Many Times
LaRoche (3/31 @ NYM) and Span (3/31 @ NYM)
Rendon (4/30 at HOU), Harper (4/14 @ MIA) & Espinosa (3/31 @ NYM)
Many Players
Rendon (4/30 at HOU), Harper (4/14 @ MIA)
Werth (4/9 vs. MIA)
Many Players
LaRoche (4/12 @ ATL)
Many Players
Rendon (4/30 at HOU)
LaRoche (4/16 - 4/27)

TEAM PITCHING
Most strikeouts (9-inning game) ........................................... 17,
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game) .................................... 18,
Most walks (9-inning game) ................................................... 6,
Most walks (extra-inning game) ............................................ 4,
Most runs allowed, game........................................................11,
Most runs allowed, inning........................................................5,
Most hits allowed, game ........................................................ 15,
Fewest hits allowed, game ......................................................3,
Most home runs allowed, game ..............................................3,

4/10 vs. MIA
3/31 @ NYM (10 inn.)
4/9 vs. MIA
4/24 vs SDP (12 inn.)
4/15 @ MIA
4/15 @ MIA (5th inn.)
4/15 @ MIA
4/10 vs. MIA and 4/2 @ NYM
4/13 @ ATL and 3/31 @ NYM

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most innings pitched, starter............................................... 9.0,
Most innings pitched, reliever .............................................. 3.1,
Most strikeouts, starter ......................................................... 12,
Most strikeouts, reliever ......................................................... 4,
Longest winning streak............................................................2,
Longest losing streak ...............................................................3,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter ......................18.0,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever......................11.0,
Most runs allowed ....................................................................7,
Most hits allowed ................................................................... 10,
Most walks allowed................................................................. 4,
Most home runs allowed .........................................................2,

Roark (4/26 vs. SD)
Stammen (4/9 vs. MIA)
Strasburg (4/10 vs. MIA )
Stammen (4/9 vs. MIA)
Storen (4/16 - Present), Gonzalez (4/2 - 4/8)
Jordan (4/12 - pres.)
Roark (4/16 - Present)
Soriano (4/3 - Present)
Jordan (4/17 vs. STL)
Jordan (4/12 @ ATL)
Gonzalez (4/13 @ ATL)
Jordan (4/22 vs. LAA), Gonzalez (4/13 @ ATL)

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM
Longest winning streak........................................................... 4,
Longest losing streak ...............................................................3,
Longest game, innings ........................................................... 12,
Longest game, time (9-inning game) .................................3:56,
Longest game, time (extra-inning game) ..........................4:14,
Shortest game, time ............................................................ 2:19,
Largest crowd, Nationals Park....................................... 42,834,
Smallest crowd, Nationals Park ......................................18,788,
Largest winning margin ......................................................... 10,
Largest losing margin .............................................................. 9,
Largest deficit overcome to win ..............................................5,
Largest lead relinquished to lose.............................................2,
Most double plays turned ........................................................3,
Most double plays hit into .......................................................2,
Most errors ...............................................................................3,

4/6 - 4/10
4/11 - 4/13
4/24 vs SDP
4/9 vs. MIA
4/24 vs SD (12 inn.)
4/26 vs. SDP
4/4 vs. ATL
4/14 @ MIA
4/25 vs. SDP (W11-1)
4/15 @ MIA (L2-11)
4/9 vs. MIA (down 5-0 after 3rd inn., W10-7)
4/5 vs. ATL (up 2-0 after 3 inn., L2-6)
4/23 vs. LAA, 4/11 @ ATL
Many Times
Many Times

DATE
3/31
4/1
4/2
4/3
4/4
4/5
4/6
4/7
4/8
4/9
4/10
4/11
4/12
4/13
4/14
4/15
4/16
4/17
4/18
4/19
4/20
4/21
4/22
4/23
4/24
4/25
4/26
4/27
4/28
4/29
4/30
5/1
5/2
5/3
5/4
5/5
5/6
5/7
5/8
5/9
5/10
5/11
5/12
5/13
5/14
5/15
5/16
5/17
5/18
5/19
5/20
5/21
5/22
5/23
5/24
5/25
5/26
5/27
5/28
5/29
5/30
5/31
6/1
6/2
6/3
6/4
6/5
6/6
6/7
6/8
6/9
6/10
6/11
6/12
6/13
6/14
6/15
6/16
6/17
6/18
6/19
6/20
6/21
6/22
6/23
6/24
6/25
6/26
6/27
6/28

OPP.
RES
REC POS/GA-B WIN
LOSS
SAVE
ATT. / TOG
@NYM W9-7(10) 1-0
T1 / —
Barrett
Familia

42,442 / 3:47
(off day)
1-0
2 / -0.5
@NYM
W5-1
2-0
1 / +0.5
GGonzalez Colon

29,146 / 3:00
@NYM
W8-2
3-0
1 / +0.5
Roark
Wheeler

20,561 / 3:21
ATL
L1-2
3-1
T2 / -0.5 Avilan
Clippard
Kimbrel
42,834 / 3:03
ATL
L2-6
3-2
T3 / -1/5 Teheran
Strasburg

37,841 / 3:36
ATL
W2-1
4-2 T2 / -0.5 Blevins
Wood
Soriano
34,327 / 2:44
(off day)
4-2 T2 / -0.5
MIA
W5-0
5-2
1 / +0.5
Gonzalez
Alvarez

21,728 / 2:58
MIA
W10-7
6-2
1 / +1.0
Clippard
Marmol
Soriano
21,190 / 3:56
MIA
W7-1
7-2
1 / +2.0
Strasburg
Koehler

20,862 / 2:53
@ATL
L6-7(10) 7-3
1 / +1.0
Avilan
Blevins

28,243 / 3:49
@ATL
L3-6
7-4
T1 / —
Wood
Jordan
Kimbrel
36, 621 / 3:33
@ATL
L2-10
7-5
2 / -1.0
Harang
Gonzalez

29,919 / 2:56
@MIA
W9-2
8-5
2 / -1.0
Zimmermann Hand

18,788 / 2:56
@MIA
L2-11
8-6
2 / -1.5
Koehler
Strasburg

19,931 / 2:54
@MIA
W6-3
9-6
2 / -1.5
Storen
Dunn
Soriano
20,178 / 2:37
STL
L0-8
9-7
2 / -1.5
Wainwright Jordan

28,987 / 3:10
STL
W3-1
10-7
2 / -1.5
Gonzalez
Wacha
Soriano
31,237 / 2:32
STL
L3-4
10-8
2 / -2.5
Lynn
Zimmermann Rosenthal 41,084 / 2:44
STL
W3-2
11-8
2 / -1.5
Soriano
Maness

27,653 / 3:18
LAA
L2-4
11-9
2 / -2.5
Salas
Clippard
Frieri
24,371 / 3:18
LAA
L2-7
11-10 2 / -2.5
Skaggs
Jordan

21,915 / 2:43
LAA
W5-4 12-10 2 / -2.5
Storen
Frieri

22,504 / 3:18
SDP
L3-4(12) 12-11 3 / -3.0
Torres
Stammen
Street
22,904 / 4:14
SDP
W11-1 13-11 3 / -3.0
Strasburg
Erlin

25,497 / 3:08
SDP
W4-0 14-11 2 / -3.0
Roark
Cashner

31,590 / 2:19
SDP
L2-4
14-12 3 / -4.0
Kennedy
Detwiler

34,837 / 3:12
(off day)
3 / -4.0
@HOU
W4-3 15-12 3 / -3.0
Clippard
Fields
Soriano
23,394 / 3:25
@HOU
W7-0 16-12 T2 / -2.0 Zimmermann Oberholtzer —
25,172 / 3:02
(off day)
16-12 2 / -1.5
@PHI
W5-3 17-12
2 / 0.5
Blevins
Adams
Soriano
31,945 / 3:11
@PHI
7:05 PM
@PHI
3:05 PM
LAD
7:05 PM
LAD
7:05 PM
LAD
1:05 PM
(off day)
@OAK 10:05 PM
@OAK 9:05 PM
@OAK 4:05 PM
@ARI
9:40 PM
@ARI
9:40 PM
@ARI
3:40 PM
(off day)
NYM
7:05 PM
NYM
4:05 PM
NYM
1:35 PM
CIN
7:05 PM
CIN
7:05 PM
CIN
4:05 PM
@PIT
7:05 PM
@PIT
7:05 PM
@PIT
4:05 PM
@PIT
1:35 PM
MIA
1:35 PM
MIA
7:05 PM
MIA
7:05 PM
(off day)
TEX
7:05 PM
TEX
12:05 PM
TEX
1:35 PM
(off day)
PHI
7:05 PM
PHI
7:05 PM
PHI
4:05 PM
@SDP 10:10 PM
@SDP 10:10 PM
@SDP 4:10 PM
@SFG 10:15 PM
@SFG 10:15 PM
@SFG 10:15 PM
@SFG 3:45 PM
@STL
8:15 PM
@STL
7:15 PM
@STL
2:15 PM
(off day)
HOU
7:05 PM
HOU
7:05 PM
ATL
7:05 PM
ATL
7:05 PM
ATL
7:15 PM
ATL
1:35 PM
@MIL
8:10 PM
@MIL
8:10 PM
@MIL
2:10 PM
@CHI
8:05 PM
@CHI
4:05 PM
@CHI
1:05 PM
@CHI
7:15 PM
6/29 (off day)
6/30 COL
7:05 PM
7/1
COL
7:05 PM
7/2
COL
6:05 PM
7/3
(off day)
7/4
CHI
11:05 AM
7/5
CHI
4:05 PM
7/6
CHI
1:35 PM
7/7
BAL
7:05 PM
7/8
BAL
7:05 PM
7/9
@BAL 7:05 PM
7/10 @BAL 7:05 PM
7/11 @PHI
7:05 PM
7/12 @PHI
7:15 PM
7/13 @PHI
1:35 PM
7/14-17 ALL-STAR BREAK (ASG to be played on July 15 at Target Field in Minneapolis, MN)
7/18 MIL
7:05 PM
7/19 MIL
7:05 PM
7/20 MIL
1:35 PM
7/21 @COL 8:40 PM
7/22 @COL 8:40 PM
7/23 @COL 3:10 PM
7/24 (off day)
7/25 @CIN
7:10 PM
7/26 @CIN
4:05 PM
7/27 @CIN
1:10 PM
7/28 @MIA 7:10 PM
7/29 @MIA 7:10 PM
7/30 @MIA 12:40 PM
7/31 PHI
7:05 PM
8/1
PHI
7:05 PM
8/2
PHI
7:05 PM
8/3
PHI
1:35 PM
8/4 (off day)
8/5
NYM
7:05 PM
8/6 NYM
7:05 PM
8/7
NYM
12:35 PM
8/8 @ATL
7:35 PM
8/9 @ATL
7:10 PM
8/10 @ATL
1:35 PM
8/11 (off day)
8/12 @NYM 7:10 PM
8/13 @NYM 7:10 PM
8/14 @NYM 7:10 PM
8/15 PIT
7:05 PM
8/16 PIT
7:05 PM
8/17 PIT
5:05 PM
8/18 ARI
7:05 PM
8/19 ARI
7:05 PM
8/20 ARI
7:05 PM
8/21 ARI
4:05 PM
8/22 SFG
7:05 PM
8/23 SFG
4:05 PM
8/24 SFG
1:35 PM
8/25 @PHI
7:05 PM
8/26 @PHI
7:05 PM
8/27 @PHI
7:05 PM
8/28 (off day)
8/29 @SEA 10:10 PM
8/30 @SEA 9:10 PM
8/31 @SEA
4:10 PM
9/1
@LAD 8:10 PM
9/2
@LAD 10:10 PM
9/3
@LAD 3:10 PM
9/4 (off day)
9/5
PHI
7:05 PM
9/6 PHI
4:05 PM
9/7
PHI
1:35 PM
9/8 ATL
7:05 PM
9/9 ATL
7:05 PM
9/10 ATL
4:05 PM
9/11 @NYM 7:10 PM
9/12 @NYM 7:10 PM
9/13 @NYM 7:10 PM
9/14 @NYM 1:10 PM
9/15 @ATL
7:10 PM
9/16 @ATL
7:10 PM
9/17 @ATL
7:10 PM
9/18 @MIA 7:10 PM
9/19 @MIA 7:10 PM
9/20 @MIA 7:10 PM
9/21 @MIA 1:10 PM
9/22 (off day)
9/23 NYM
7:05 PM
9/24 NYM
7:05 PM
9/25 NYM
7:05 PM
9/26 MIA
7:05 PM
9/27 MIA
4:05 PM
9/28 MIA
1:35 PM