Colorado Rockies (36-47) @ Washington Nationals (44-38

)
LHP Christian Friedrich (0-2, 8.10) | RHP Stephen Strasburg (6-6, 3.70)
Tuesday, July 1 l Game #83 / Home #42 l Nationals Park l Washington, DC

NATIONALS WIRE

OPPONENT

DESMOND DOUBLES & BRYCE IS BACK AS NATIONALS RAMBLE PAST THE ROX
Ian Desmond’s 3-run double sparked a decisive 5-run, 6th-inning uprising and Washington’s 7-3 series-opening win over the Rockies on Mon. night at Nationals Park...
Ryan Zimmerman doubled twice and posted a game-high 3 hits as Washington won
its 3rd straight game...5 of Washington’s 9 hits went for extra bases (4 doubles,
Adam LaRoche homer)...Jordan Zimmermann improved to 5-0 all-time against COL.

COLORADO ROCKIES
Rockies Special Assistant to the GM Vinny Castilla hit the Nationals’
first home run in DC as part of a 5-3 win over the Diamondbacks on
April 14, 2005...Castilla hit .253 with 36 doubles, 12 homer and 66 RBI in
142 games for the inaugural-season Nationals...Ian Desmond (2 total,
2012 and 2013) and Troy Tulowitzki (2 total, 2010 and 2011) have monopolized the last 4 Silver Slugger Awards for NL shortstops.

JUNE BOON
The Nationals finished June with a 17-11 (.607) mark to register their 2nd winning
month of the season (16-12 in Mar./Apr.)...dating to 2011, Washington’s 62-45 (.579)
June record ranked 2nd in MLB behind only the Pirates (67-40, .626).
.600 BALL IN JUNE
By going 17-11 (.607) in June, the Nationals played .600-or-better ball in a calendar
month for the 8th time since 2005...a closer look:
MONTH
June
Sept/Oct
August
July
April
June
Sept/Oct
June

YEAR
2005
2013
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2014

WINS
20
18
19
17
14
17
17
17

LOSSES
6
9
10
9
8
10
10
11

WIN%
.769
.667
.655
.654
.636
.630
.630
.607

THE SERIES
The Rockies had won 7 consecutive season series from the Nationals
before Washington snapped the streak by winning 4 of 7 contests in
2013...the season-series victory at the Rockies’ expense was Washington’s first since 2005 (4-2)...COL had won 7 straight season sets...
among NL entries, the Rockies own the best winning percentage
(.667, 14-7) at Nationals Park, which opened in 2008...Washington is
just 4-16 (.200) in one-run games against the Rockies...Washington is
averaging 5.5 runs per game (176 runs in 32 games) at Coors Field since
2005...meanwhile, Washington has scored 68 runs in 21 matchups at
Nationals Park against COL (3.2 per game).
2014 / BY THE NUMBERS
2014 W-L .................................. 1-0 (1-0 in DC, 0-2 in Denver)
Streak .......................................................................... Won 1
Aggregate Score / 2014 ....................Nationals 7, Rockies 3
Home Runs Hit / 2014 ....................... Nationals 1, Rockies 0

SCORE 4 = WIN MORE
The Nationals are 36-3 when scoring 4 or more runs and, conversely, just 8-35 when
limited to 3 or less runs by opposing pitchers.

ALL!TIME SERIES / BY THE NUMBERS
W-L / Nationals .............................................................24-40
W-L / Franchise (Nationals + Expos) ...........................70-96
W-L / Nationals Park (2008-present) .............................7-14

NATIONALS STAFF EARNS GOLD OR SILVER IN MANY STATISTICAL CATEGORIES
Washington’s 3.07 staff ERA leads MLB (OAK ranks 2nd at 3.17)...Nationals pitchers also rank among MLB’s top 2 in these categories: fielding-independent pitching
(first, 3.11), fewest earned runs allowed (first, 254), homers allowed/9.0 inn. (first,
0.61), home runs allowed (tied first, 50), SO/BB ratio (2nd, 3.19/1), walks/9.0 inn.
(2nd, 2.49) and fewest blown saves (2nd, 5).

2014 AGAINST THE CUBS

THE ‘PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN ...
At 2.50 (70 ER/252.1 IP), Washington relievers rank 2nd in MLB in bullpen ERA, sandwiched between the Padres (first, 2.34) and Mariners (3rd, 2.59).
BETTER LEATHER
Washington has committed just 3 errors in 23 games dating to June 7...as the season has progressed, the Nationals’ fielding percentage has risen while their error
totals and unearned runs allowed have steadily declined...a closer look:
MONTH
FIELDING%
Mar./Apr. (28 games) .................... .975
May (26 games) ............................. .980
June (28 games) ............................ .993

ERRORS
26
20
8

UNEARNED RUNS
19
13
2

SMITH BARNEY WOULD APPROVE
By yielding just 2 unearned runs in June, the Nationals set a new club mark for fewest unearned runs allowed in a calendar month...previous best: 3 in Apr./Mar. 2010.
POWER FROM THE PIVOT
The Nationals pace MLB in home runs (22) hit by middle infielders (COL is 2nd with
21)...15 of these 22 middle-infield homers have been hit by shortstops (Ian Desmond
14, Zach Walters 1), 7 by second basemen (Danny Espinosa 6, Anthony Rendon 1).
• The 49 home runs hit by Washington infielders (14 from 1B, 7 from 2B, 13 from
3B, 15 from SS) this season rank 2nd in MLB behind only the Blue Jays (52) infield.
WITH > WITHOUT
With Ryan Zimmerman in the starting lineup this season, the Nationals are 22-14 and
average 4.7 runs per game (170 runs, 36 contests)...in 46 games sans Zimmerman,
Washington has averaged of 3.5 runs a game (161 runs, 46 games) and is 22-24.
POP FROM THE TOP
Denard Span (25 doubles, 5 triples, home run) currently leads all big league leadoff
hitters with 31 extra-base hits...COL’s Charlie Blackmon (28) ranks 2nd.
AGENT ZERO
Dating to June 21, Jose Lobaton has started 4 games, 3 of which rendered shut-out
victories for the Nationals (W3-0 June 28 at CHI/Day, W3-0 June 23 at MIL, W3-0
June 21 vs. ATL)...Lobaton’s catchers ERA in this 4-start span is 0.42 (2 ER/43.0 IP).
PHAT FARM
The .546 winning percentage (206-171) posted by the Nationals’ minor-league system ranks 5th among MLB’s 30 franchises...the Nationals system has registered a
winning record each of the last 6 complete seasons (2008-13)...the only team in
MLB with a longer such streak in their minor-league system is the Giants.

DATE RESULT
6/30DC W7-3
7/1DC
7/2DC

WIN-LOSS-SV
TOG
Zimmermann-Flande-NONE 2:58

DATE
7/21@
7/22@
7/23@

RESULT

WIN-LOSS-SV

TOG

RECENT TRANSACTIONS
5/22 ... Recalled RHP Blake Treinen from Syracuse.
5/25 ... Optioned INF Zack Walters to Syracuse...recalled from rehab and reinstated 1B
Adam LaRoche from the 15-Day DL.
6/3 ..... Optioned 1B/OF Tyler Moore to Syracuse...recalled from rehab and reinstated
3B Ryan Zimmerman from the 15-Day DL.
6/11 .... Placed C Wilson Ramos on the 15-Day DL (right hamstring strain)...recalled C
Sandy Leon from Syracuse.
6/13.... Optioned RHP Blake Treinen to Syracuse...recalled LHP Xavier Cedeno from
Syracuse.
6/17.... Optioned LHP Xavier Cedeno to Syracuse.
6/18 ... Recalled from rehab and reinstated LHP Gio Gonzalez from the 15-Day DL.
6/25 ... Selected RHP Taylor Hill from Syracuse...returned from rehab, reinstated and
optioned INF/OF Jeff Kobernus to Syracuse...designed 1B Greg Dobbs for assignment...released RHP Christian Garcia for assignment.
6/26 ... Optioned C Sandy Leon to Syracuse...returned from rehab and reinstated C Wilson Ramos.
6/28 ... Optioned RHP Taylor Hill to Syracuse...recalled LHP Xavier Cedeno from Syracuse...recalled RHP Blake Treinen from Syracuse to serve as 26th player for
doubleheader at Wrigley Field.
6/30 ... Optioned LHP Xavier Cedeno to Syracuse...recalled from rehab and reinstated
OF Bryce Harper from the 15-Day DL.

DISABLED LIST
PLAYER
E.Davis
R.Ohlendorf
J.Kobernus
E.Perez
D.Span
S.Hairston
W.Ramos
D.Fister
A.LaRoche
R.Zimmerman
G.Gonzalez
W.Ramos
B.Harper

INJURY
15/60 DL
R Elbow Sprain
60
R Lumbar Strain
60
L Hand Fracture
60
L Toe Fracture
60
Concussion
7
L Oblique Strain
15
L Hamate Fracture 15
R Lat Strain
15
R Quad Strain
15
R Thumb Fracture
15
L Shoulder Inflam. 15
R Hamstring Strain 15
L Thumb Sprain
15

PLACED / RETRO
Feb. 13
Mar. 26
Apr. 12
May 16
Apr. 12
Apr. 6
Apr. 2 / Apr. 1
Mar. 29 / Mar. 23
May 11 / May 10
Apr. 13
May 18
June 11
Apr. 27 / Apr. 26

REINSTATED #GAMES
82
82
72
42
Apr. 19
7
May 5
26
May 7
32
May 9
34
May 25
14
June 3
44
June 18
27
June 26
14
57

IN THE COMMUNITY
JULY 2
Play Sun Smart - The Nationals, in coordination with the American Academy of Dermatology, Major League Baseball and MLB Players Association,
will host skin cancer screenings for players and staff and promote the
Sun Smart campaign during pregame ceremonies.

DATE IN DC BASEBALL HISTORY
JULY 1
2005 - Brian Schneider posted 3 hits and provided a key out in the 8th
inning by picking off Jeromy Burnitz as the Nationals won their 4th
straight, 4-3, at Wrigley Field. Livan Hernandez won his 11th straight
decision by outdueling Mark Prior. Hector Carrasco worked a 1-2-3 9th
to pocket the save in place of Chad Cordero.

SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS
DATE
OPP./SITE D.C. TIME DC TV
DC RADIO
NATIONALS STARTER
OPPONENTS STARTER
Tue., July 1
vs. COL
7:05 pm
MASN 2
106.7 FM / 1500 AM
RHP Stephen Strasburg (6-6, 3.70)
LHP LHP Christian Friedrich (0-2, 8.10)
• Strasburg is unbeaten (5-0, 2.21 ERA) in 8 starts at DC dating to Apr. 10, but Rockies (July 6, 2012) were last NL West entry to inflict him with a home loss
Wed., July 2
vs. COL
6:05 pm
MASN
106.7 FM / 1500 AM
RHP Doug Fister (6-2, 2.83)
LHP Tyler Matzek (1-2, 4.24)
• With wins over Reds (May 20), Rangers (May 31), Phillies (June 5) and Braves (June 21), Fister is 4-0 with a 1.93 ERA in 4 home starts as member of the Nationals
Thu., July 3
*** OFF DAY ***

NATIONALS STARTING PITCHER
STRASBURG, Stephen (RHP)

#37

THE 25-MAN ACTIVE ROSTER

2014 STARTS

Gets the nod as the Nationals host the Rockies.
D
OPP
RES W L ERA INN H R ER HR BB SO RS PIT
@NYM W9-7 0 0 6.00 6.0 5 4
4
1
2 10 4 102
• AGAINST THE ROCKIES: Is 1-2 with a 2.84 ERA in 3 career 3/31
4/5 vs.ATL L2-6 0 1 6.10 4.1 8 6
3
0
3
6
2 96
4/10
vs.MIA
W7-1
1
0
4.24
6.2
3
1
1
1
start gainst the Rockies, but has registered 3 quality 4/15 @MIA L2-11 0 1 6.00 4.0 8 6 6 1 31 125 02 98
81
starts while doing so...has walked 2 and fanned 23 in 19.0 4/20 vs.STL W3-2 0 0 5.33 6.0 5 2 2 0 1 9 0 90
4/25 vs.SDP W11-1 1 0 4.24 7.0 7 0
0
0
2 11 10 109
career innings against COL...last faced the Rox on June 21, 5/1 @PHI W5-3 0 0 3.60 6.0 6 3 0 1 1 5 2 83
vs.LAD W3-2 1 0 3.42
7.1 7
2
2
0
2
6
3 114
2013 in DC...earned the win 7.0 strong innings of one-run 5/7
5/13 @ARI
L1-3 0 1 3.48 7.0 8
3
3
0
0
6
1 98
ball...Ian Desmond’s tie-breaking solo homer in the 8th 5/19 vs.CIN L3-4 0 0 3.38 7.0 6 2 2 0 2 4 1 96
5/24 @PIT
L2-3 0 1 3.42 7.0 7
3
3
1
2
7
2 110
inn. capped the game’s scoring...allowed 5 hits, walked 5/30 vs.TEX W9-2 1 0 3.15 6.0 6 2 0 0 1 9 6 88
vs.PHI W8-4 1 0 3.10 7.0 7 4
2
1
0 11 8 109
none, fanned 9 and required just 95 pitches in 7.0 innings. 6/4
6/9 @SFG W9-2 1 0 2.99 6.0 4
1
1
0
0
7 9 88
• LAST START: Was hit hard & took the loss in Wed.’s 9-2 6/14 @STL L1-4 0 1 3.06 6.2 7 3 3 1 1 5 1 95
vs.ATL L4-6 0 0 3.24 6.0 9 4
4
1
0
8
1 107
setback at MIL...taxed for 7 runs (7 ER allowed matched 6/20
6/25 @MIL
L2-9 0 1 3.70 4.2 8
7
7
2
3
2
2 90
career high) on 8 hits in 4.2 innings...walked 3, fanned 2 2014 SPLITS
CATEGORY W L G
INN
H
R ER HR BB SO
ERA
(4th time in 92 career starts with more BB than SO).
Road
1 4 7
42.2
45
23
20
5
9
45
4.22
0 0 0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

• Is burdened by .359 BABIP which ranks last in MLB (quali- vs.Mil
Miller Park
0 0 0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

fied pitchers) and is 62 “points” higher than NL average.
CAREER SPLITS
• Ranks among NL leaders in strikeouts/9.0 (first, 10.6) CATEGORY W L G
INN
H
R ER HR BB SO
ERA
17 13 42 242.1 199 107 96
20
89 282
3.57
strikeouts (first, 123), FIP (2nd, 2.69), K/BB ratio (2nd, Road
vs.Mil
0 0 1
7.0
3
0
0
0
4
8 0.00
Miller Park
0 0 0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5.4/1) and innings (7th, 104.2).
• On heels of career-high 11 consecutive quality starts (2.22
ERA from Apr. 20-June 14), is 0-1 with a 9.28 ERA (11 ER/10.2 IP) in 2 starts.
• When starting, Washington is 52-40 (.565)...for career, when getting 3+ runs of offensive support, Washington is 37-4.

CAREER STATISTICS
Year Team
2010 Wsh
2011 Wsh
2012 Wsh
2013 Wsh
2014 Wsh
Totals

Lg
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL

W L
5 3
1 1
15 6
8 9
6 6
35 25

SV SVO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

G
12
5
28
30
17
92

GS
12
5
28
30
17
92

CG
0
0
0
1
0
1

INN
H
68.0 56
24.0
15
159.1 136
183.0 136
104.2 111
539.0 454

R
25
5
62
71
53
216

ER
22
4
56
61
43
186

HR
5
0
15
16
10
46

BB
17
2
48
56
23
146

SO
92
24
197
191
123
627

WHIP
1.07
0.71
1.15
1.05
1.28
1.11

FIP
2.21
1.34
2.93
3.25
2.69
2.83

ERA
2.91
1.50
3.16
3.00
3.70
3.11

PITCHERS
13 Jerry Blevins (BLEH-vins) .........LHP
48 Ross Detwiler (DET-wiy-ler) .....LHP
30
36
58
47
57
35
29
22
37
63
27

Aaron Barrett........................... RHP
Tyler Clippard (KLI-perd) ......... RHP
Doug Fister (FIH-ster) ............. RHP
Gio Gonzalez (JEE-oh) ..............LHP
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
Blake Treinen (TRY-nehn) ....... RHP
Jordan Zimmermann ............... RHP

CATCHERS
40 WilsonRamos(RAH-mos)..............R/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
11 Ryan Zimmerman ......................R/R
OUTFIELDERS
7 Scott Hairston (HAIR-stin) ........R/R
34 Bryce Harper (briys) .................. L/R
15 Nate McLouth (mik-LOWTH) .... L/R
2 Denard Span (di-NAHRD).......... L/L
28 Jayson Werth (JAY-sin) .............R/R

NATIONALS BULLPEN
BARRETT, Aaron (RHP)
LAST: Mon.vs.COL:

#30 SORIANO, Rafael (RHP)

1.0 IP

1H

1 R 1 ER 1 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 allowed only 4 extra-base hits (all doubles) in 28.0 innings.
• 10.6 K/9.0 pace all NL rookies (min. 25 inn.).
3-0, 4 Holds, 0 Saves, 1.93 ERA, 31/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 24 / 9

BLEVINS, Jerry (LHP)
LAST: Mon.vs.COL:

LAST: Sat.@CHI: Hold(18) 1.0 IP

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

Paces MLB in relief K (487) since ‘pen debut, June 25, 2009...
has pitched in more games (378) than any Nationals hurler.
• Tossed 19.2 scoreless inn. (21 apps) from Apr. 24. - June 17
• Leads Nationals ‘pen in wins (5), holds (18) & relief K (47).
5-2, 18 Holds, 1 Save, 2.00 ERA, 39/0 G/GS
IR / IS:
3/0

DETWILER, Ross (LHP)

#48

Save (1) 3.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 2 SO 0 HR

Shifts to ‘pen...in 37 career relief apps, is 1-2 with 1 SV, 2 Holds
& a 2.63 ERA (20 ER/65.1 IP)...made 50 MLB starts from ‘11-13.
• His last 2 apps: 7.0 IP, SV, 2 H, BB, 4 K, .095 AVG against.
• Has worked more than 1.0 inn. of relief in 13 of 22 apps.
0-2, 1 Holds, 1 Save, 4.00 ERA, 22/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 0 / 0

STARTING PITCHING – LAST 10 GAMES
DEC
W
W
W
L

L

W
W
W

RES
W7-3
W7-2
W3-0
L2-7
L3-5
L2-9
W4-2
W3-0
W4-1
W3-0

In ‘13, posted a 3.0/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio & saved 43
games to rank 2nd in the NL in first year with the Nationals.
• Has worked scoreless relief in 30 of 33 apps this year.
• Swing & Miss% is up this year (26.6% in ‘14, 19.2% in ‘13).
1-0, 0 Holds, 18 Saves, 1.13 ERA, 32/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 0 / 0

LAST: Thu.@CHI:

INN
6.0
5.0
7.0
6.0
6.0
4.2
6.0
6.0
5.1
8.0

LAST: Mon.vs.COL:

#22

1.0 IP

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

Owns highest career SO/BB ratio (3.15/1) among Nats relievers (‘05-pres.)...selected 10th overall in ‘09 First-Year Draft.
• Has tossed 6.2 consecutive scoreless inn. dating to June 7.
• Is 3-1, 20 holds, 1 save, 1.18 ERA in 52 G dating to Aug. ‘13.
2-1, 10 Holds, 0 Saves, 1.03 ERA, 31/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 11 / 4

CATCHER’S DEFENSE
2014
Career

W-L

CATCHER ERA

38 22-16
6
178 100-78 25

24
155

27%
16%

1
3

2.97 (111 ER/351.2 IP)
3.41 (632 ER/1664.1 IP)

28 13-15
8
256 139-117 42

16
161

50%
29%

2
3.09 (86 ER/250.1 IP)
13 3.46 (875 ER/2278.2 IP)

BULLPEN – LAST 10 GAMES

H R ER BB SO HR
7 2 2 1 5 0
4 2 2 1 3 1
2 0 0 2 7 0
10 4 4 1 2 0
7 3 3 0 1 0
8 7 7 3 2 2
6 2 2 2 9 0
3 0 0 4 5 0
4 1 1 3 3 0
5 0 0 1 3 0

RS
6
6
1
2
3
2
1
3
3
3

PIT
87
78
99
101
102
90
96
114
96
117

DATE/OPP RES DECISIONS #REL INN H
6/30vs.COL W7-3

3
3.0 2
6/28@CHI-N W7-2
SV
2
4.0 2
6/28@CHI-D W3-0
H, SV
2
2.0 1
6/27@CHI L2-7

3
2.0 3
6/26@CHI L3-5
L
1
2.0 2
6/25@MIL L2-9

1
3.1 5
6/24@MIL W4-2
W, SV
7
10.0 4
6/23@MIL W3-0 2 H, SV
3
3.0 0
6/22vs.ATL W4-1 2 H, SV
3
3.2 0
6/21vs.ATL W3-0
SV
1
1.0 0

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

SO
1
3
3
2
1
1
6
5
4
0

HR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

NATIONALS PITCHING – 2014
Starters:

Team Rec
G
44-38
82
Ind Rec
#PIT
31-27
7697

SV
0

SVO
0
#P/IP
15.6

Hld
0

ERA
3.36
RSA
4.20

CG INN
H
3 492.2 484
RS SHO WP
230
2
9

R
208
BK
0

ER
184
SH
18

HR
40
SF
12

BB
118
2B
90

IBB
6
3B
13

HB
19
SB
18

SO SO/9 AVG
425 7.8 .256
CS GIDP AB
15
35 1889

Bullpen:

Team Rec
G
42-37
79
Ind Rec
#PIT
13-11
3990

SV
21

SVO
26
#P/IP
15.8

Hld
41

ERA
2.50
RSA
3.60

CG
0
RS
101

INN
252.1
SHO
-—

H
204
WP
9

R
80
BK
2

ER
70
SH
8

HR
10
SF
4

BB
88
2B
46

IBB
10
3B
2

HB
9
SB
9

SO SO/9 AVG
232 8.3 .222
CS GIDP AB
6
20 920

Team Totals:

Team Rec
44-38

SV
21

SVO
26
#P/IP
15.7

Hld
41

ERA
3.07
RSA
4.00

CG
3
RS
331

INN
H
745.0 688
SHO WP
10
18

R
288
BK
2

ER
254
SH
26

HR
50
SF
16

BB
206
2B
136

IBB
16
3B
15

HB
28
SB
27

SO SO/9 AVG
657 7.9 .245
CS GIDP AB
21
55 2809

G
82
#PIT
11687

BULLPEN BY THE NUMBERS
Total Appearances ................... 226
Holds ...........................................41
Saves / Save Opp. ................. 21 / 26
Inh. Runners / Inh. Scored .. 73 / 20
Batting Average Against ........ .222
1st Batters Retired / Faced .. 172 / 226
SO/BB Ratio ...2.6/1 (232 SO/88 BB)

2014 & CAREER / Rockies

CCS SBA CS% PB

W.Ramos
2014
Career

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

#35

Has pitched better in relief (2.80 ERA, 8.7 K/9, 161 G) than
as starter (8-11, 5.08, 4.6 K/9, 38 starts) during MLB career.
• In 19 apps dating to Apr. 20, ERA is 1.91 (7 ER/33 IP).
• 211.1 relief inn. since beginning of 2012 season pace MLB.
0-3, 3 Holds, 0 Saves, 2.83 ERA, 23/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 11 / 2

CATCHER GS
J.Lobaton

NATIONALS BULLPEN MAP

Loss(3) 2.0 IP 2 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 1 SO 0 HR

#36 STOREN, Drew (RHP)

CLIPPARD, Tyler (RHP)

DATE/OPP STARTER
6/30vsCOL Zimm’nn
6/28@CHI-N Treinen
6/28@CHI-D Gonzalez
6/27@CHI Roark
6/26@CHI Fister
6/25@MIL Strasburg
6/24@MIL Zimm’nn
6/23@MIL Gonzalez
6/22vsATL Roark
6/21vsATL Fister

#29

Save(19) 1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

#13 STAMMEN, Craig (RHP)

1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 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.
• Owns a .135 (7-for-52) batt. avg. against vs. lefty batters.
• When walking zero, ERA is 1.74...with walk(s): 13.00.
2-3, 5 Holds, 0 Saves, 5.16 ERA, 36/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 15 / 0

LAST: Sat.@CHI:

LAST: Sat.@CHI:

PLAYER W
Barrett
2014
0
Career 0
Blevins
2014
0
Career
1
Clippard
2014
0
Career 2
Detwiler
2014
0
Career 0
Fister
2014
0
Career
1
Gonzalez
2014
0
Career 2
Roark
2014
0
Career 0
Soriano
2014
0
Career 0
Stammen
2014
0
Career 2
Storen
2014
0
Career 0
Strasburg
2014
0
Career
1
Zimmermann
2014
1
Career 5

L S

G

IP

ER ERA

0 0
0 0

1
1

1.0
1.0

1
1

9.00
9.00

0 0
0 0

1
2

1.0
3.0

0
0

0.00
0.00

0 0 0 0.0 0
2 1 13 17.0 3


1.59

0 0
3 0

0 0.0 0

5 19.2 18 8.24

0 0
0 0

0
1

0
0


0.00

0 0
0 0

0 0.0 0
2 12.0 5


3.75

0 0
0 0

0
0

0.0
6.0

0.0
0.0

0
0


0 0 0 0.0
0 4 12 11.2

0
1


0.77

0 0
2 0

0 0.0 0
7 29.1 6


1.84

0 0
0 3

1
7

0
3

0.00
3.86

0 0
2 0

0 0.0 0
3 19.0 6


2.84

0 0
0 0

1 6.0 2
7 44.0 8

3.00
1.64

1.0
7.0

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

.235

14 HR 49 RBI

9 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 2-4, 2 2B, 3 RBI, R, SB
HOMESTAND: 2-4, 2 2B, 3 RBI, R, SB
Longest-tenured member of the organization (drafted/signed, June ‘04) & last continuous franchise player with Expos DNA.
• Is 3-for-8 with 2 doubles, 3 RBI, one run scored and one stolen base in last 2 games...was mired in a 4-game 1-for-15 slide.
• 14 HR in ‘14 rank 2nd among MLB shortstops (T.Tulowitzki, 18)...81 HR rank 2nd on Nationals all-time list (R.Zimmerman, 182).
RISP: .284 (25-88), 3 HR
LAST HOMER: 6/20/14 vs. ATL (Minor)
CAREER HOMERS: 81

ESPINOSA, Danny (INF), #8

.217

6 HR

17 RBI

6 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: DNP
HOMESTAND: DNP
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).
• Before hitless (0-for-18) roadtrip, was on a 5-game, 7-for-17 (.412) tear...8 HBP are tied for 6th in NL.
• Has more HR (53) than any Nationals switch hitter (C.Guzman, 23)...led Washington in games in 2011 (158) and 2012 (160).
RISP: .086 (5-58), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 5/12/14 at ARI (Reed)
CAREER HOMERS: 53

FRANDSEN, Kevin (INF/OF), #19

.240

1 HR

8 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 0-0, HBP (PH)
HOMESTAND: 0-0, HBP
Signed as free agent with Nationals, March 26...led MLB with 14 pinch hits in ‘13...also ranked 3rd with 10 pinch RBI.
• Has started 26 games, yet team-high 7 pinch hits are tied for 9th in MLB...hit GW pinch-hit solo HR in 9th inn., May 12 at ARI.
• 26 starts this year have been at 4 different positions: left field (11 starts), second base (7) third base (6), and first base (2).
RISP: .133 (4-30), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 5/12/14 at ARI (Reed)
CAREER HOMERS: 15

HAIRSTON, Scott (OF), #7

.303

1 HR

5 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 0-1 (PH)
HOMESTAND: 0-1
Is MLB’s active leader with 13 career pinch home runs (Jason Giambi is 2nd with 11, Greg Dobbs is 3rd with 10).
• Is 9-for-31 (.290) with 2 doubles, a HR, 5 RBI, 3 runs scored and two walks since reinstatement from Disabled List on May 5.
• Has 5 RBI in last 17 games/18 at-bats dating to May 16...played along side M.Williams in ARI’s big league camp in Spring ‘03.
RISP: .091 (1-11), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 5/31/14 vs. TEX (Baker)
CAREER HOMERS: 106

HARPER, Bryce (OF), #34

.291

1 HR

10 RBI

1 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 1-3, RBI, BB, R
HOMESTAND: 1-3, RBI, BB, R
2012 NL Rookie of the Year...in 2013, as a 20-year-old, became youngest NL player to ever start an All-Star Game.
• Went 1-for-3 with an RBI, walk & run scored in return from DL ...went 9-for-14 with 2B, 4 HR, 11 RBI, 2 SB in 5 rehab games.
• Missed 57 G after injuring left thumb, Apr. 25 vs. SDP, while sliding into 3B on triple...had surgery on Apr. 29 (Dr. T.Graham).
RISP: .368 (7-19), 1 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/9/14 vs. MIA (Hand)
CAREER HOMERS: 43

LaROCHE, Adam (1B), #25

.307

12 HR

44 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 1-4, HR, RBI, R
HOMESTAND: 1-4, HR, RBI, R
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.
• Is 17-for-49 (.347) with 4 HR & 10 RBI in 13 G dating to June 18...3-run HR provided the offense in 3-0 win at MIL, June 23.
• Ranks among NL leaders in OBP (3rd, .415), OPS (4th, .923), walks (9th, 44), and batting average (12th, .308).
RISP: .286 (16-56), 3 HR
LAST HOMER: 6/30/14 vs. COL (Scahill)
CAREER HOMERS: 229

LOBATON, Jose (C), #59

.207

2 HR

10 RBI

.197

1 HR

7 RBI

4 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: DNP
HOMESTAND: dnp
Lends professional left-handed bat, defensive excellence (Gold Glover) & experience at all 3 outfield slots to Nationals roster.
• Posted 4 hits in Sat.’s DH sweep at CHI...lifted a GW pinch-hit sac fly to cap scoring in 6-5 comeback win, June 18 vs. HOU.
• May 28 vs. MIA, posted 4 hits & walk to reach base 5 times in a single game for 2nd time in career (also July 22, 2013 at KCR).
RISP: .143 (3-21), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 4/27/14 vs. SDP (Benoit)
CAREER HOMERS: 101

RAMOS, Wilson (C), #40

.274

2 HR

13 RBI

0 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 1-4, RBI
HOMESTAND: 1-4, RBI
One of MLB’s top offensive catchers...behind the plate, advanced catch-and-throw skills blend well with soft hands.
• Is 5-for-14 with HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB since return from DL, June 26...solo home run sparked a 7-2 win in Sat.’s nightcap at CHI.
• Has missed 47 games during 2 DL stints in 2014...hit 16 homers (Nationals record for catchers) in just 287 at-bats in 2013.
RISP: .333 (8-24), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 6/28/14 at CHI/Nite (Samardzija)
CAREER HOMERS: 37

RENDON, Anthony (INF), #6

.281

12 HR

46 RBI

6 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 1-4
HOMESTAND: 1-4
Played in just 79 minor-league games since being tabbed with 6th-overall selection in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft.
• Is 37-for-110 (.336) with 5 2B, a 3B, 7 homers & 20 RBI in 26 games dating to May 30...leads the Nationals in runs (53).
• 12 HR in ‘14 have already trumped last year’s total (7) as a rookie...is hitting .313 (31-for-99) in the 7th inn. or later in ‘14.
RISP: .260 (20-77), 2 HR
LAST HOMER: 6/24/14 at MIL (Smith)
CAREER HOMERS: 19

SPAN, Denard (CF), #2

.265

1 HR

19 RBI

13 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 0-3, BB
HOMESTAND: 0-3, BB
Ranks 2nd among active/current center fielders (min. 600 games) in zone rating (.899) & putouts/9.0 (2.73).
• Went 4-for-11 (.364) in 3 games at CHI...ranks among NL leaders in 2B (3rd, 25), 3B (T4th, 5) & multi-hit games (tied 5th, 28).
• When reaching base safely 2+ times, Washington is 24-11...has made just one error as a National (226 G, 216 GS, 564 TC).
RISP: .250 (14-56), 0 HR
LAST HOMER: 5/21/14 vs. CIN (Simon)
CAREER HOMERS: 28

WERTH, Jayson (OF), #28

.266

6 HR

35 RBI

5 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 0-3, BB, R
HOMESTAND: 0-3, BB, R
Only player in ‘13 to rank among NL’s top 5 in slugging% (3rd, .532), OPS (3rd, .931), batting avg. (5th, .318) & OBP (5th, .398).
• Has reached base safely 16 times (7 hits, 9 walks) and scored 6 runs the last 13 games despite hitting just .135 (7-for-52).
• Dating to ‘12 season, is hitting .298 with .841 OPS...owns 2nd-best stolen-base% (119 SB-17 CS, 87.5%) among active players.
RISP: .278 (20-72), 2 HR
LAST HOMER: 6/11/14 at SFG (Cain)
CAREER HOMERS: 176

ZIMMERMAN, Ryan (3B/LF), #11

.248

3 HR

20 RBI

PLAYER
Desmond
2014
Career
Espinosa
2014
Career
Frandsen
2014
Career
Hairston
2014
Career
Harper
2014
Career
LaRoche
2014
Career
Lobaton
2014
Career
McLouth
2014
Career
Ramos
2014
Career
Rendon
2014
Career
Span
2014
Career
Werth
2014
Career
Zimmerman
2014
Career

AB

H

HR RBI AVG

4
108

2
38

0
6

3
21

.500
.352

0
59

0
10

0
0

0
1


.169

0
61

0
20

0
0

0
9


.328

1
190

0
53

0
11

0 .000
35 .279

3
34

1
9

0
1

1
3

.333
.265

4
219

1
58

1
9

1
29

.250
.265

0
12

0
5

0
0

0
2


.417

0
146

0
33

0
8

0
19


.226

4
23

1
5

0
1

1
2

.250
.217

4
32

1
12

0
0

0
1

.250
.375

3
40

0
10

0
0

0
4

.000
.250

3
199

0
56

0
6

0 .000
26 .281

4
219

3
76

0
11

1
51

.750
.347

0 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: DNP
HOMESTAND: DNP
Acquired from TBR with LH Felipe Rivero & OF Drew Vettleson in exchange for RHP Nathan Karns, Feb. 13.
• In last 3 starts, has posted a 0.42 (2 ER/43.0 IP) catcher’s ERA...mired in a 8-game, 1-for-26 (.038) rut at the plate.
• When starting, Washington is 12-5 since May 14...started 3 games in ‘13 ALDS vs. BOS & hit game-ending homer in Game 3.
RISP: .125 (4-32), 1 HR
LAST HOMER: 5/31/14 vs. TEX (Tepesch)
CAREER HOMERS: 11

McLOUTH, Nate (OF), #15

2014 & CAREER / Rockies

0 SB

LAST GAME / Mon.vs.COL: 3-4, 2 2B, RBI, 2 R
HOMESTAND: 3-4, 2 2B, RBI, 2 R
Was first draft selection of the Nationals (June 2005)...via 2 contract extensions, remains under contract thru at least 2019.
• First career extra-inn. HR was game-winning 2-run shot in the 16th inn. that capped the scoring in Tue.’s 4-2 victory at MIL.
• Is 22-for-104 (.212) with 10 2B, a homer, 14 RBI & 11 BB since return from the DL June 3...Washington’s 17-10 since return.
RISP: .225 (9-40), 1 HR
LAST HOMER: 6/24/14 at MIL (Fiers)
CAREER HOMERS: 182

NATIONALS WHEN ...
Leading after 7 ................................ 34-3
Tied after 7 ......................................... 5-4
Trailing after 7 ...................................5-31
Leading after 8 ................................ 37-2
Tied after 8 ........................................ 4-3
Trailing after 8 ................................. 3-33
In Extra Innings .................................. 2-7
When Scoring in 1st inn. ...................21-5
Opponent Scores in 1st inn. .............8-12
Scoring First .....................................31-12
Opponent scores First ....................13-26
Series Opener ..................................15-12
Series Finale ....................................16-10
Overall series W-L-T ...................... 13-9-4
Home series W-L-T ..........................6-4-3
Road series W-L-T ............................7-5-1
Series sweeps .................................... 5-4
Home sweeps .....................................3-1
Road sweeps ..................................... 2-3
In March/April ................................. 16-12
In May .............................................. 11-15
In June ............................................. 17-11
In July .................................................0-0
In August ...........................................0-0
In September/October ......................0-0
Pre All-Star break ...........................44-38
Post All-Star break .............................0-0
Uniform/home whites .....................17-12
Uniform/road greys .........................16-11
Uniform/red alternates ...................11-14
Uniform/blue stars & stripes ..............0-1
Last at-bat W-L .................................. 8-7
Sudden Death W-L ............................ 2-3
# Come-from-behind wins ...................19
When Homering ............................30-20
When Playing Error Free ................27-18
When Starter goes 7.0+ inn. .......... 15-10

2014 STATISTICS

2014 SCHEDULE & RESULTS

THRU GAMES OF 6/30/2014
PLAYER
Desmond,I
Espinosa,D
RIGHT
LEFT
Frandsen,K
Hairston,S
Harper,B
LaRoche,A
Lobaton,J
RIGHT
LEFT
McLouth,N
Perez,E
Ramos,W
Rendon,A
Span,D
Werth,J
Zimmerman,R
Detwiler,R
Fister,D
Gonzalez,G
Roark,T
Stammen,C
Strasburg,S
Zimmermann,J
WASHINGTON
OPPONENTS

AVG
.235
.217
.277
.196
.240
.303
.291
.307
.207
.156
.223
.197
.000
.274
.281
.265
.266
.248
.000
.056
.100
.154
.250
.067
.222
.244
.245

G
81
75

57
24
23
65
42

62
0
28
78
73
79
37
22
10
12
16
24
17
17
82
82

PITCHER
R/L
W
Barrett,A
R
3
Blevins,J
L
2
Clippard,T
R
5
Davis,E
R
0
Detwiler,R
L
0
Fister,D
R
6
Gonzalez,G
L
5
Ohlendorf,R
R
0
Roark,T
R
7
Soriano,R
R
1
Stammen,C
R
0
Storen,D
R
2
Strasburg,S
R
6
Zimmermann,J
R
6
WASHINGTON
44
OPPONENTS
38

AB
315
244
65
179
129
33
86
228
135
32
103
122
0
106
313
309
305
137
1
18
20
26
4
30
27
2805
2809

L
0
3
2
0
2
2
4
0
5
0
3
1
6
4
38
44

R
32
22

10
4
9
38
10

8
0
13
53
47
43
15
1
2
1
1
0
1
2
331
288

H
TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP
74 132 12 2 14 49
0 1 3
53
85 10 2
6 17
0 1 8
18
30
4 1
2
3
0 0 2
35
55
6 1
4 14
0 1 6
31
39
5 0
1
8
2 0 7
10
15
2 0
1
5
0 2 0
25
36
4 2
1 10
0 0 0
70 116 10 0 12 44
0 3 0
28
40
6 0
2 10
0 0 1
5
5
0 0
0
2
0 0 0
23
35
6 0
2
8
0 0 1
24
33
6 0
1
7
1 1 5
0
0
0 0
0
0
0 0 0
29
42
7 0
2 13
0 2 0
88 150 16 5 12 46
1 4 2
82 120 25 5
1 19
2 2 0
81 113 14 0
6 35
0 0 4
34
56 13 0
3 20
0 2 0
0
0
0 0
0
0
1 0 0
1
1
0 0
0
0
7 0 0
2
5
0 0
1
2
1 0 0
4
4
0 0
0
0
8 0 0
1
2
1 0
0
0
0 0 0
2
2
0 0
0
1
3 0 0
6
6
0 0
0
0
5 0 0
685 1062 135 16 70 306 32 19 31
688 1004 136 15 50 274 26 16 28

ERA
1.93
5.16
2.00
--4.00
2.83
3.93
--2.98
1.09
2.83
1.03
3.70
2.95
3.07
3.64

G
31
36
39
0
22
10
12
0
16
33
24
31
17
17
82
82

GS
0
0
0
0
0
10
12
0
16
0
0
0
17
17
82
82

CG
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
3
2

GF SHO SV
8
0
0
14
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
27
0 19
7
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
79 10 21
80
6 20

RECORD BY BATTING ORDER
PLAYER
Bat1 Bat2 Bat3 Bat4 Bat5 Bat6 Bat7 Bat8 Bat9
Desmond
3~0 16~1616~18 8~4
Dobbs
0~3
Espinosa
0~1
1~0 8~6 20~15 6~6 0~1
Frandsen
5~6
4~1 3~3 2~1 0~1
Hairston
0~2 1~1 0~1
Harper
4~6
1~0 2~0 4~5 1~0
LaRoche
36~27
1~0
Leon
9~7
Lobaton
1~1 20~15 1~0
McLouth
2~0 0~2
1~0 6~7 5~9
Moore
2~0 4~2 4~4
Ramos
4~7 3~5 5~2 0~1 1~0
Rendon
4~5 34~23 0~2 0~1 1~4 1~0 0~1 1~0
Souza Jr.
1~0
Span
38~33
Walters
0~1
0~1
Werth
42~34 0~2
Zimmerman
1~0 2~2 0~1 19~11

BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP E SLG
OBP AB
21
0 100
9
2 10 14 .419 .288
0
15
4 93
6
1
3
4 .348 .284
3
7
2 18
2
.462 .365
0
8
2 75
1
.307 .253
3
4
0 15
0
0
4
1 .302 .300 23
2
0
7
0
0
1
2 .455 .324 15
9
2 21
1
2
3
2 .419 .358
0
44
4 49
0
0
4
4 .509 .415
0
12
1 43
0
0
4
1 .296 .277
1
2
0
9
1
.156 .206
0
10
1 34
3
.340 .298
1
16
1 30
4
1
0
2 .270 .313 12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 .000 .000
0
10
0 17
0
0
2
0 .396 .331
0
27
1 57
6
1
2
8 .479 .338
0
22
0 32 13
2
3
1 .388 .312
0
35
1 60
5
0
3
4 .370 .349
1
14
0 29
0
0
6
2 .409 .314
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0 .000 .500
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
1 .056 .056
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
1 .250 .100
0
0
0
9
0
0
1
1 .154 .154
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1 .500 .250
0
5
0 15
0
0
0
2 .067 .200
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0 .222 .222
0
255 14 677 44
9 48 54 .379 .312 102
206 16 657 27 21 55 59 .357 .301 91

IP
28.0
29.2
36.0
0.0
36.0
63.2
68.2
0.0
99.2
33.0
41.1
26.1
104.2
103.2
745.0
741.0

H
21
25
25
0
38
61
58
0
91
17
34
17
111
104
688
685

PINCH HIT
H HR RBI
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
7 1
2
3 1
4
0 0
0
0 0
1
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
2 0
1
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
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
18 4 12
17 1 11

R
ER
HR HB
BB IBB
SO WP
6
6
0
1
15
1
33
3
17
17
1
0
16
4
31
1
12
8
2
0
16
1
47
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
16
4
3
17
3
22
3
22
20
8
3
6
0
37
2
30
30
5
2
29
0
71
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
34
33
7
4
24
1
74
0
4
4
1
0
10
0
31
0
14
13
1
1
6
0
34
0
3
3
1
2
4
1
22
1
53
43
10
4
23
3 123
4
38
34
6
3
19
0
91
2
288 254 50 28 206
16 657 18
331 300 70 31 255
14 677 29

BK
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
2

BAA
.214
.227
.195
.000
.275
.252
.233
.000
.241
.155
.219
.183
.269
.262
.245
.244

RECORD BY STARTING POSITION
PLAYER
P C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH
Desmond
43~38
Dobbs
0~3
Espinosa
34~29
1~0
Frandsen
0~2 4~3 3~3
7~4
Hairston
1~3
0~1
Harper
11~9 1~2
LaRoche
37~26
0~1
Leon
9~7
Lobaton
22~16
McLouth
6~12 5~3 3~3
Moore
7~6
3~0
Ramos
13~15
Rendon
6~635~30
Souza Jr.
1~0
Span
38~33
Walters
0~1
0~1
Werth
40~352~1
Zimmerman
0~1
6~4
16~9

2014 HIGHS AND LOWS

TEAM BATTING
Most runs, game.....................................................................11,
Most runs, inning .....................................................................7,
Most hits (9-inning game) ..................................................... 17,
Most hits (extra-inning game) .............................................. 16,
Most doubles, game ............................................................... 6,
Most home runs, game .......................................................... 4,
Most extra-base hits, game ...................................................11,
Most total bases, game .........................................................34,
Most walks (9-inning game) .................................................. 8,
Most walks (extra-inning game) ............................................ 6,
Most strikeouts (9-inning game) .......................................... 14,
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game) ................................... 17,
Most runners left on base (9-inning game) ......................... 17,
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game) ................... 15,
Fewest hits, game ...................................................................2,

4/25 vs. SDP
5/20 vs. CIN (6th inn.)
4/25 vs. SDP
4/24 vs. SDP (12 inn.)
6/10 @ SFG and 4/14 @ MIA
5/31 vs. TEX and 5/12 @ ARI
4/14 @ MIA
4/14 @ MIA
6/11 @ SFG
3/31 @ NYM
6/1 vs. TEX and 4/12 @ ATL
6/20 vs. ATL
4/20 vs. STL
5/28 vs. MIA (10 inn.)
Many Times

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most hits, game ........................................................................5,
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 .........................................................2,
Most strikeouts, game ............................................................ 4,
Most walks, game ....................................................................3,
Most total bases, game........................................................... 9,
Longest hitting streak ............................................................ 10,

Span (5/20 vs. CIN)
Many Players
Many Players
Many Players
Rendon (4/30 @ HOU) and Harper (4/14 @ MIA)
Desmond (6/10 @ SFG) and Werth (4/9 vs. MIA)
Many Players
Many Players
Rendon (5/18 vs. NYM)
Rendon (4/30 @ HOU)
LaRoche (4/16 - 4/26)

TEAM PITCHING
Most strikeouts (9-inning game) ........................................... 17,
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game) .................................... 18,
Most walks (9-inning game) ................................................... 8,
Most walks (extra-inning game) .............................................7,
Most runs allowed, game........................................................11,
Most runs allowed, inning........................................................5,
Most hits allowed, game ........................................................ 15,
Fewest hits allowed, game ......................................................2,
Most home runs allowed, game ..............................................3,

4/10 vs. MIA
3/31 @ NYM (10 inn.)
4/23 vs. LAA
6/24 at MIL (16 inn.)
4/15 @ MIA
4/15 @ MIA (5th inn.)
4/17 vs. STL and 4/15 @ MIA
6/8 @ SDP
Many Times

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most innings pitched, starter............................................... 9.0,
Most innings pitched, reliever ............................................. 4.0,
Most strikeouts, starter ......................................................... 12,
Most strikeouts, reliever ......................................................... 4,
Longest winning streak............................................................5,
Longest losing streak ...............................................................3,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter ......................19.0,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever..................... 19.2,
Most runs allowed ....................................................................7,
Most hits allowed ................................................................... 10,
Most walks allowed..................................................................5,
Most home runs allowed .........................................................3,

Zimmermann (6/8 @ SDP) and Roark (4/26 vs. SDP)
Stammen (5/17 vs. NYM)
Zimmermann (6/8 @ SDP) and Strasburg (4/10 vs. MIA )
Stammen (4/9 vs. MIA)
Fister (5/20 - 6/10)
Many Pitchers
Zimmermann (5/28 - 6/13)
Clippard (4/24 - 6/11)
Many Pitchers
Many Pitchers
Treinen (5/22 @ PIT)
Fister (5/9 @ OAK)

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM
Longest winning streak........................................................... 4,
Longest losing streak .............................................................. 4,
Longest game, innings ........................................................... 16,
Longest game, time (9-inning game) .................................3:56,
Longest game, time (extra-inning game) ..........................5:22,
Shortest game, time ............................................................2:03,
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.............................................3,
Most double plays turned ........................................................3,
Most double plays hit into .......................................................2,
Most errors ...............................................................................3,

Many Times
6/12 - 6/15 and 5/21 - 5/25
6/24 at MIL
4/9 vs. MIA
6/24 at MIL (16 inn.)
6/13 @ STL
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)
5/10 @ OAK (up 3-0 after T3rd inn., L3-4)
Many Times
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
L2-7
17-13 2 / -0.5
Burnett
Roark

33,441 / 2:57
@PHI
L0-1
17-14 2 / -0.5
Hernandez Gonzalez
Papelbon 37,490 / 2:45
LAD
W4-0 18-14 1 / +0.5
Barrett
Greinke

25,447 / 2:59
LAD
L3-8
18-15 T2 / -0.5 Kershaw
Treinen

30,143 / 3:15
LAD
W3-2 19-15 T1 / —
Strasburg
Haren
Soriano
34,756 / 2:59
(off day)
2 / -0.5
@OAK
L0-8 19-16 3 / -0.5
Milone
Fister

20,159 / 2:42
@OAK L3-4(10) 19-17 3 / -1.5
Doolittle
Storen

36,067 / 2:32
@OAK
L1-9
19-18 3 / -2.5
Kazmir
Gonzalez

28,205 / 2:40
@ARI
W6-5 20-18 2 / -1.5
Clippard
Reed
Soriano
16,555 / 2:53
@ARI
L1-3
20-19 2 / -2.5
Arroyo
Strasburg

19,205 / 2:21
@ARI
W5-1 21-19 2 / -1.5
Clippard
Ziegler

18,325 / 2:33
(off day)
21-19 2 / -1.5
NYM
W5-2 22-19 2 / -0.5
Roark
Niese

34,413 / 3:08
NYM
L2-5 22-20 T2 / -0.5 Colon
Gonzalez
Mejia
41,225 / 2:48
NYM
W6-3 23-20 2 / -0.5
Zimmermann Wheeler
Soriano
36,965 / 2:45
CIN
L3-4(15) 23-21 2 / -1.5
Ondrusek
Detwiler

24,505 / 4:58
CIN
W9-4 24-21 2 / -1.5
Fister
Cueto

26,455 / 3:03
CIN
L1-2
24-22 2 / -1.5
Simon
Roark
Chapman 28,944 / 2:52
@PIT
L1-3
24-23 3 / -2.5
Volquez
Treinen
Melancon 23,468 / 3:13
@PIT
L3-4 24-24 3 / -3.5
Morton
Zimmermann Grilli
31,592 / 3:13
@PIT
L2-3 24-25 3 / -3.5
Hughes
Strasburg
Melancon 38,889 / 2:59
@PIT
W5-2 25-25 3 / -3.5
Fister
Liriano
Soriano 38,047 / 3:08
MIA
L2-3 25-26 3 / -3.5
Eovaldi
Roark
Cishek
33,677 / 2:46
MIA
25-26 3 / -3.0
***PPD, Rain (Rescheduled: Sept. 26/1:05 p.m.)***
MIA
L5-8(10) 25-27 3 / -3.0
Slowey
Blevins

24/830 / 3:47
(off day)
25-27 3 / -2.5
TEX
W9-2 26-27 3 / -2.5
Strasburg
Lewis

31,659 / 2:45
TEX
W10-2 27-27 3 / -2.5
Fister
Tepesch

35,164 / 2:47
TEX
L0-2 27-28 3 / -3.5
Darvish
Roark

32,813 / 3:06
(off day)
27-28 T3 / -3.5
PHI
W7-0 28-28 3 / -2.5
Zimmermann Buchanan —
25,291 / 2:42
PHI
W8-4 29-28 3 / -1.5
Strasburg
Burnett

33,614 / 3:00
PHI
W4-2 30-28 3 / -1.0
Fister
Kendrick
Soriano
33,016 / 2:38
@SDP
W6-0 31-28 T2 / -1.0 Roark
Ross

25,346 / 2:32
@SDP
L3-4(11) 31-29 T2 / -1.0 Benoit
Stammen

29,172 / 3:12
@SDP
W6-0 32-29 T1 / —
Zimmermann Stults

27,046 / 2:38
@SFG
W9-2 33-29 T1 / —
Strasburg
Vogelsong —
41,597 / 3:01
@SFG
W2-1 34-29 T1 / —
Fister
Bumgarner Soriano
41,545 / 2:55
@SFG
W6-2 35-29 1 / +1.0
Roark
Cain

41,404 / 3:19
@SFG
L1-7 35-30 1 / +1.0
Hudson
Treinen

41,067 / 2:59
@STL
L0-1
35-31 T1 / —
Lynn
Zimmermann Rosenthal 41,519 / 2:03
@STL
L1-4
35-32 T1 / —
Choate
Strasburg
Rosenthal 44,785 / 2:44
@STL
L2-5 35-33 2 / -1.0
Garcia
Fister
Rosenthal 45,325 / 2:40
(off day)
35-33 2 / -0.5
HOU
W6-5 36-33 1 / +0.5
Roark
Keuchel
Soriano
29,960 / 3:41
HOU
W6-5 37-33 1 / +1.5
Barrett
Downs
Soriano
25,453 / 3:42
ATL
L0-3 37-34 1 / +0.5
Floyd
Zimmermann —
32,193 / 2:56
ATL
L4-6(13) 37-35 2 / -0.5
Buchter
Blevins
Walden 36,608 / 4:34
ATL
W3-0 38-35 1 / +0.5
Fister
Teheran
Soriano
40,677 / 2:44
ATL
W4-1 39-35 1 / +1.5
Roark
Santana
Soriano
39,473 / 2:54
@MIL
W3-0 40-35 1 / +2.0
Gonzalez
Garza
Clippard
31,102 / 3:11
@MIL W4-2(16) 41-35 1 / +2.0
Clippard
Fiers
Soriano
30,149 / 5:22
@MIL
L2-9 41-36 1 / +1.0
Estrada
Strasburg

39,049 / 3:01
@CHI
L3-5 41-37 1 / +1.0
Ramirez
Stammen
Rondon
28,867 / 2:41
@CHI
L2-7 41-38 T1 / —
Hammel
Roark

30,683 / 2:49
@CHI
W3-0 42-38 T1 / —
Gonzalez
Beeler
Soriano
35,770 / 2:42
@CHI
W7-2 43-38 T1 / —
Treinen
Samardzija —
32,267 / 2:45
6/29 (off day)
2nd / -0.5
6/30 COL
W7-3 44-38 2nd / -0.5 Zimmermann Scahill

33,660 / 2:58
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
1:05 PM
9/26 MIA
7:05 PM
9/27 MIA
4:05 PM
9/28 MIA
1:35 PM

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