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Boston Red Sox (56-29) vs.

Washington Nationals (42-40)
RHP Rick Porcello (9-3, 3.60) | RHP Max Scherzer (10-4, 2.04)
Monday, July 2, 2018 l 7:05 p.m. l Game #83 / Home #40
Nationals Park l Washington, D.C.
Television: MASN / ESPN l Radio: 106.7 The Fan & Nationals Radio Network

Standing: 42-40, 3rd place, National League East • Home: 19-20 • Road: 23-20 • Streak: L2 • Last Five: 1-4 • Last Ten: 3-7
WHEN... NATIONALS NEWS OPPONENT
Leading after 6.................. 33-5 MOVING ON BOSTON RED SOX
Tied after 6........................... 3-8 The Washington Nationals open a seven-game homestand on Monday night, starting with a three-game Mike Rizzo worked seven seasons (1992-98) as a
Trailing after 6................... 6-27 series against the Boston Red Sox before welcoming the Miami Marlins for a four-game weekend series...The scout for the Red Sox...Derek Lilliquist appeared
series with Boston will mark the Red Sox’s first regular season visit to Nationals Park since June 23-25, 2009. in 28 games with Boston in 1995...Red Sox catcher
Leading after 7.................. 33-3
Tied after 7........................... 4-4 Sandy Leon played in 34 games with Washington
Trailing after 7................... 5-33 A HAND FOR THE ‘PEN from 2012-14.
On Saturday (3.1 IP) and Sunday (7.1 IP) at Philadelphia, Washington’s bullpen combined to allow just one
Leading after 8.................. 37-1 earned run on four hits in 10.2 innings of work...They struck out 12 batters while issuing just two walks. THE SERIES
Tied after 8........................... 4-5 • On the season, Washington’s bullpen ranks in the National League in WHIP (2nd, 1.16), walks per 9.0 The Nationals and Red Sox will play three games in
Trailing after 8................... 1-34 IP (2nd, 2.95), inherited runners scored percent (2nd, 23.8) and strikeout-to-walk ratio (2nd, 3.02). D.C. this season after playing in Boston during the
Extra innings: .......................2-4 2012 and 2015 seasons...Washington has won five
MAX NEARING HISTORY of the last seven contests after dropping the first five
Scoring first......................35-17 Entering tonight’s start, Max Scherzer has collected 993 strikeouts as a member of the Washington Nation- from 2006-09.
Opponent scores first......... 7-23 als...With seven more, he will become the 11th player in Major League history to record at least 1,000 strike-
Shutouts ............................. 5-8 outs with two different clubs...Here is the list he will join, according to the Elias Sports Bureau: Jim Bunning 2018 / BY THE NUMBERS
Scoring fewer than 3.......... 6-24 (DET/PHI), Roger Clemens (BOS/NYY), Randy Johnson (ARI/SEA), Mark Langston (ANA/SEA), Greg Maddux 2018 W-L....................0-0 (0-0 in D.C., 0-0 in BOS)
Scoring 3 or more............. 35-15 (CHI/ATL), Mike Mussina (BAL/NYY), Nolan Ryan (CAL/HOU), CC Sabathia (CLE/NYY), Luis Tiant (BOS/CLE) Streak (since 2015).............................................W1
Scoring 5 or more............... 26-7 and Cy Young (BOS/CLE). Aggregate Score / 2018........ Nationals 0, Red Sox 0
Series opener................... 15-12 WELL-DESERVED HONOR
ALL-TIME SERIES / BY THE NUMBERS
Series finale..................... 13-15
Juan Soto was named National League Rookie of the Month for June on Monday...He hit .317 (26-for-82) W-L / Nationals (2005-present)......................... 5-7
Home series W-L-T........... 6-5-1 with six doubles, six homers, 15 RBI, 18 walks and 19 runs scored in 24 games during the month...He led W-L / Home (2005-present)................................ 1-2
Road series W-L-T............ 6-8-1 National League rookies in batting average (.317), on-base percentage (.440), slugging percentage (.610), W-L / Nationals Park (2008-present)................. 1-2
Total series W-L-T........ 12-13-2 OPS (1.050), home runs (6) and walks (18). He ranked second in doubles (6), hits (26) and was third with W-L / Away (2005-present)................................ 4-5
15 RBI for the month. W-L / Franchise (Expos/Nationals)................. 12-15
Home series sweeps............. 2-2
• On the season, Soto ranks among all Major League rookies (min. 145 PA), in batting average (.310),
Road series sweeps...............4-2
on-base percentage (.416), slugging percentage (.571) and OPS (.988). 2018 AGAINST THE RED SOX
Total series sweeps.............. 6-4
• Among all National League players (min. 145 PA), Soto ranks in on-base percentage (3rd, .416), OPS DATE RESULT WIN-LOSS-SAVE
At home............................ 19-20 (3rd, .988), slugging percentage (6th, .571) and batting average (7th, .310). 7/2vsBOS
On the road...................... 23-20 • Since May 15, he ranks among National League rookies in walks (1st, 23), home runs (1st, 8), RBI (T2nd, 7/3vsBOS
After day off......................... 4-7 21), runs (2nd, 25), doubles (3rd, 9), and hits (3rd, 39). 7/4vsBOS

One-run games.................. 8-15 #VoteRendon DAVE MARTINEZ
Two-run games................ 15-11 Anthony Rendon has hit safely in 14 of his last 16 games dating to June 15...He is hitting .403 (25-for-62) Nationals manager Dave Martinez was named the
seventh field manager in Nationals history on Oct.
Opp. at or above .500........24-24 with 10 doubles, five homers, 13 RBI, six walks and 13 runs scored over this span...He has produced multi-hit
30, 2017. He joined the Nationals for what will be
Opp. below .500................18-16 efforts in nine of the 16 games...His 15 extra-base hits are tied for the most in Major League Baseball since
June 15 with HOU Alex Bregman. his 30th season in professional baseball. A 16-year
Come-from-behind wins........ 12 • Rendon entered play on June 6 hitting .253/.333/.448 and in 22 games since then, he is hitting .365 with Major League outfielder, Martinez has been a Major
Last at-bat W-L.................... 7-9 17 extra-base hits (12 2B, 5 HR)...He is now slashing .293/.359/.531 on the season. League coach for the last 10 seasons, serving as Cubs
Walk-off W-L........................ 2-2 • Rendon’s 24 doubles rank third in the National League and are the most among NL third basemen. manager Joe Maddon’s bench coach and right-hand
• Rendon is one of nine players in the National League with at least 10 home runs and 20 doubles this man in Chicago (2015–17) as well as Tampa Bay
Facing left-handed SP....... 8-16
season, joining ATL Ozzie Albies, CHI Javier Baez, COL Trevor Story, STL Matt Carpenter, ATL Freddie (2008–14). This is the first Major League managerial
Facing right-handed SP .. 34-24
Freeman, CIN Scooter Gennett, PIT Gregory Polanco and SFG Brandon Crawford. assignment of Martinez’s career.
Day games....................... 14-17
Night games.................... 28-23 TREA’S TURNING IT ON WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
March/April...................... 13-16 Over his last 12 games, Trea Turner is 18-for-47 (.383) with one double, one triple, two homers, four RBI, @masnKolko - MASN (July 1)
May.................................... 20-7 five walks, two stolen bases and 11 runs scored...He has a .453 on-base percentage and a .574 slugging Davey says Ryan Zimmerman, Matt Adams and Matt
June................................... 9-16 percentage during this stretch...His 11 runs scored since June 19 are tied for eighth in the National League. Wieters will all take part in a simulated game at Nats
Park tomorrow. Nats will bring up a minor league
July....................................... 0-1
August................................. 0-0 HARPER’S HOMERS pitcher or two to throw to them.
Sept./Oct.............................. 0-0 Bryce Harper clubbed his 20th home run of the season on Friday night, a three-run shot in the fourth in-
ning...In doing so, it marked the fourth time in Nationals history (2005-pres.) that a player clubbed at least @MarkZuckerman - MASNSports.com (July 1)
Pre All-Star break............. 42-40 And on his 57th pitch of the last 3 days, Justin Miller
20 home runs by the end of June (Bryce Harper - 2015 - 24 HR, Alfonso Soriano - 2006 - 24 HR, Adam
Post All-Star break............... 0-0 strikes out Rhys Hoskins to send this game into the
Dunn - 2009 - 20 HR).
Wearing home whites........... 7-6 • On the season, Harper’s 20 home runs rank second in the National League behind COL Nolan Arenado 13th inning.
Wearing road greys............19-15 (21)...Harper’s 67 walks are the most in the National League.
Wearing red alternates......... 5-8 @MarkZuckerman - MASNSports.com (July 1)
Wearing blue alternates........5-0 FIVE FINGER DISCOUNTS Shawn Kelley retires the side in the 11th. His season
Wearing blue stars & stripes.... 1-3 The Nationals lead the National League with 64 stolen bases...They rank behind the Boston Red Sox (65) and stats: 3.54 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, 22 K, 5 BB in 20 1/3 IP
Wearing white stars & stripes....5-7 they are tied with the Chicago White Sox (64) for the second-most in Major League Baseball. (also the 5 HR).
When homering.................32-19 • Michael A. Taylor leads MLB with 23 stolen bases, while Trea Turner (22) ranks second.
@jorgecastillo - Washington Post (July 1)
When playing error free.....26-24 Adam Eaton’s 2-out, 2-run single gives the Nationals
When SP goes 6.0+ IP.......28-19 NATIONALS HISTORY a 3-0 lead.
When SP goes 7.0+ IP........ 17-5 July 2 (5-7 on this date)
When SP goes 8.0+ IP.......... 4-0 2017 - The Nationals avoided the series sweep thanks to a 7-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on ESPN’s
@jorgecastillo - Washington Post (July 1)
vs. NL East....................... 13-16 Sunday Night Baseball. Bryce Harper went 3-for-5 with a double, two home runs, four RBI and two runs Daniel Murphy went 1st to 3rd on a Mark Reynolds
vs. NL Central...................... 7-0 scored, while Max Scherzer struck out 12 batters in 7.0 innings of two-hit, shutout ball to help lead the single to right field, which is a good sign for the Na-
vs. NL West........................13-16 Nationals over the Cardinals. tionals. Severino up with 0 outs here in the 5th.
vs. AL East........................... 9-8
IN THE COMMUNITY
July 7: Neighborhood Day
Once again, the Nationals will dedicate a day to recognize and thank their neighbors in Ward 6. The team will
provide hundreds of residents with tickets to area residents to watch the Nationals take on Miami. A variety
of residents will also be recognized for their contributions to the community during the pregame ceremonies,
including the ceremonial first pitch.

SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS
DATE OPP./SITE D.C. TIME D.C. TV DC RADIO NATIONALS STARTER OPPONENTS STARTER
Mon., July 2 vs. BOS 7:05 p.m. MASN / ESPN 106.7 The Fan RHP Max Scherzer (10-4, 2.04) RHP Rick Porcello (9-3, 3.60)
• Teammates on the Detroit Tigers from 2010-14 and 2016 Cy Young Award winners in their respective leagues, Max Scherzer and Rick Porcello will face off against each other for the first time.
Tues., July 3 vs. BOS 6:05 p.m. MASN 106.7 The Fan RHP Tanner Roark (3-9, 4.10) LHP Brian Johnson (1-2, 4.28)
• Tanner Roark tossed 3.2 innings of four-hit, one-run relief on April 13, 2015 at Boston, his lone career appearance against the Red Sox.
Weds., July 4 vs. BOS 11:05 a.m. MASN 106.7 The Fan RHP Erick Fedde (1-3, 6.00) LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (9-3, 4.11)
• The Nationals are 4-2 in their annual 11:05 a.m. Fourth of July contests, a tradition that began in 2012.
#31 - MAX SCHERZER - RHP SPLITS
Polished veteran right-hander, three-time Cy Young Award Winner and five-time consecutive All-Star signed a historic seven-year contract with 2018
Washington on Jan. 21, 2015...Joined the Nationals after seven Major League seasons with the Detroit Tigers (2010-14) and Arizona Diamondbacks Home........... 4-1, 2.03 ERA (13 ER/57.2 IP), 8 G / 8 GS
Road........... 6-3, 2.05 ERA (13 ER/57.0 IP), 9 G / 9 GS
(2008-09)...Is one of just 10 pitchers in Major League history to take home the Cy Young Award three or more times.
vs. Left............................................. .195 / .258 / .381
AGAINST THE RED SOX: Faces the Red Sox for the 11th time and first time as a member of the Nationals...Is 4-4 with a 6.05 ERA in 10 previous starts. vs. Right.......................................... .147 / .204 / .244
LAST START: Was saddled with the loss despite allowing just one earned run on four hits in 7.0 innings of work as the Nationals were swept by the SO/9.0 IP.............................................................12.95
Rays, 1-0, on June 26...Lone run was scored in the first inning. BB/9.0 IP...............................................................2.12
2018 NOTES HR/9.0 IP...............................................................0.78
• Has recorded 993 strikeouts as a member of the Nationals...Will become the 11th player in MLB history to collect at least 1,000 strikeouts with at SO/BB...................................................................6.11
least two different clubs. GB%................................................................. 36.1%
FB%.................................................................. 63.9%
• Is in the midst of a three-game losing streak, his first three-game losing streak since Aug. 14-28, 2015...Is looking to avoid his first four-game
RS/RSA...........................................................61 / 4.79
losing streak since Sept. 9, 2009 to April 12, 2010. Team Record When Starting................................. 12-5
• Recorded a nine-game winning streak from (4/9-6/5) which tied the second-longest streak of his career (13 G; 4/6-7/3/13 and 9 G; 8/20/16- Quality Starts...........................................................15
4/7/17)...It is the longest winning streak in Major League Baseball in 2018. March/April... 5-1, 1.62 ERA (7 ER/39.0 IP), 6 G / 6 GS
• Ranks among National League pitchers in strikeouts (1st, 165), strikeouts per 9.0 IP (1st, 12.95), WHIP (1st, 0.85), opp. AVG (1st, .172), opp. OBP May............. 4-0, 2.21 ERA (10 ER/40.2 IP), 6 G / 6 GS
(1st, .232), hits per 9.0 IP (1st, 5.57), opp. OPS (1st, .548), wins (T2nd, 10), strikeout-to-walk ratio (2nd, 6.11), ERA (3rd, 2.04) and opp. SLG (4th, June.............. 1-3, 2.31 ERA (9 ER/35.0 IP), 5 G / 5 GS
.316)...Leads all Major League pitchers in Wins Above Replacement according to FanGraphs.com (4.4). July....................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
August..............0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
• His 12.95 strikeouts per 9.0 IP would be the third best single-season mark in MLB history behind H.O.F. Randy Johnson: 13.41 in 2001 and H.O.F.
Sept./Oct...........0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
Pedro Martinez: 13.20 in 1999).
• Struck out at least 10 batters in three consecutive starts from May 6-19, tied for the the third-longest streak of his career (6 G; 5/26-6/21/17). CAREER
• Did not earn the win, but struck out a season-high 15 batters on May 6 vs. PHI...It was his fifth career 15+ strikeout game...He became the first Home........................ 75-36, 3.26 ERA, 154 G / 150 GS
pitcher in Major League history (since 1913) to strike out at least 15 batters in no more than 6.1 IP according to Baseball-Reference.com. Road........................ 76-43, 3.20 ERA, 168 G / 163 GS
• Was named National League Pitcher of the Month for April (5-0, 1.62 ERA, 57 SO, 9 BB, .165 opp. AVG) and May (4-0, 2.21 ERA, 63 SO, 10 BB). vs. Left............................................. .246 / .313 / .411
• Was named National League Player of the Week for the week of April 9 through 15 (2-0, 1.13 ERA, 21 SO, BB, 3 H). vs. Right.......................................... .197 / .246 / .330
CAREER NOTES
vs. BOSTON RED SOX
• His 74 games of 10+ strikeouts are tied for eighth-most in MLB history (since 1913) and most among active pitchers...He is tied with Bob Gibson Career..... 4-4, 6.05 ERA (37 ER/55.0 IP), 10 G / 10 GS
(H.O.F., 1981) and Sam McDowell...Steve Carlton (H.O.F., 1994) is next on the list with 84 10+ strikeout games. 2018................. 0-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/0. IP), 0 G / 0 GS
• His 39 games of 10+ strikeouts and one earned run or fewer allowed are tied for eight-most in MLB history (since 1913) and most among active Career Home.. 2-2, 10.03 ERA (26 ER/23.1 IP), 5 G / 5 GS
pitchers...Walter Johnson (H.O.F., 1936) is next on the list with 40 games. Career Road...... 2-2, 3.13 ERA (11 ER/31.2IP), 5 G / 5 GS
• His 20 games of 10+ strikeouts and zero earned runs allowed are tied for eighth-most in MLB history (since 1913) and second-most among active
pitchers (Kershaw - 23)...Tom Seaver (H.O.F., 1992) is next on the list with 21 games. CAREER BESTS
Innings............................9.0, 8x (Last: 4/9/18 vs. ATL)
• Scherzer’s five career games with 15 or more strikeouts are the most among active players and tied for seventh-most all-time .
Strikeouts.................................... 20 (5/11/16 vs. DET)
• Leads all active starters and ranks second in MLB history with a career 10.35 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (Randy Johnson - 10.61). Shutouts................................ 5 (Last: 4/9/18 vs. ATL)
• His career .197 opp. AVG vs. right-handed batters is fourth-best all-time and second among starting pitchers (J.R. Richard - .186). Complete Games..................... 9 (Last: 4/9/18 vs. ATL)
• Is the only pitcher in MLB with an active streak of six-plus seasons with at least 200 strikeouts.
• Since joining the Nationals in 2015, has taken a no-hitter into the sixth inning in 11 of 114 starts (9.6%), per MASN in-game reporter, Dan Kolko. vs. RED SOX
• Since 2015, has posted a 0.92 WHIP, behind only Clayton Kershaw (0.88) for the best over this stretch.
PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
CAREER STATISTICS
Bogaerts
Year Team Lg W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 0 0 0 0 —
2008 ARI NL 0 4 0 0 16 7 0 56.0 48 24 19 5 21 66 1.23 3.31 3.05
Career 6 1 0 0 .167
2009 ARI NL 9 11 0 0 30 30 0 170.1 166 94 78 20 63 174 1.34 3.83 4.12
Bradley
2010 DET AL 12 11 0 0 31 31 0 195.2 174 84 76 20 70 184 1.25 3.68 3.50
2018 0 0 0 0 —
2011 DET AL 15 9 0 0 33 33 0 195.0 207 101 96 29 56 174 1.35 4.18 4.43
Career 4 1 0 1 .250
2012 DET AL 16 7 0 0 32 32 0 187.2 179 82 78 23 60 231 1.27 3.22 3.74
Holt
2013 DET AL 21 3 0 0 32 32 0 214.1 152 73 69 18 56 240 0.97 2.77 2.90
2018 0 0 0 0 —
2014 DET AL 18 5 0 0 33 33 1 220.1 196 80 77 18 63 252 1.18 2.87 3.15
Career 4 1 0 0 .250
2015 WSH NL 14 12 0 0 33 33 4 228.2 176 74 71 27 34 276 0.92 2.79 2.79
Martinez
2016 WSH NL 20 7 0 0 34 34 1 228.1 165 77 75 31 56 284 0.97 3.28 2.96
2018 0 0 0 0 —
2017 WSH NL 16 6 0 0 31 31 2 200.2 126 62 56 22 55 268 0.90 2.91 2.51
Career 7 2 2 4 .286
2018 WSH NL 10 4 0 0 17 17 1 114.2 71 29 26 10 27 165 0.85 2.18 2.04
Moreland
2018 STARTS 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Date Opp. Res. W L ERA GS CG GF IP H R ER HR BB HB SO AVG RS #Pit Career 14 4 1 2 .286
3/30 at CIN W, 2-0 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 6.0 5 0 0 0 1 0 10 .217 1 100 Nunez
4/4 at ATL L, 1-7 0 1 1.64 1 0 0 5.0 6 5 2 1 2 0 7 .244 1 110 2018 0 0 0 0 —
4/9 vs. ATL W, 2-0 1 0 0.90 1 1 0 9.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 .178 2 102 Career 6 1 0 0 .167
4/14 vs. COL W, 6-2 1 0 1.33 1 0 0 7.0 1 2 2 1 1 0 11 .147 6 103 Pearce
4/20 at LAD W, 5-2 1 0 1.36 1 0 0 6.0 4 1 1 0 3 2 9 .155 5 106 2018 0 0 0 0 —
4/25 at SFG W, 15-2 1 0 1.62 1 0 0 6.0 5 2 2 0 2 0 10 .165 12 99 Career 9 2 1 2 .222
5/1 vs. PIT W, 12-4 1 0 1.79 1 0 0 6.1 3 2 2 1 2 0 8 .161 12 106 Pedroia
5/6 vs. PHI W, 5-4 0 0 1.74 1 0 0 6.1 5 1 1 0 2 1 15 .168 1 111 2018 0 0 0 0 —
5/11 at ARI W, 3-1 1 0 1.69 1 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 1 0 0 11 .167 3 99 Career 23 7 3 6 .304
5/19 vs. LAD L, 4-5 0 0 1.78 1 0 0 7.0 5 2 2 1 3 0 13 .170 4 121
5/25 at MIA W, 9-5 1 0 2.13 1 0 0 6.0 7 4 4 1 2 1 4 .180 7 114
5/30 at BAL W, 2-0 1 0 1.92 1 0 0 8.0 2 0 0 0 1 0 12 .171 2 111
6/5 vs. TBR W, 4-2 1 0 1.95 1 0 0 8.0 5 2 2 0 0 0 13 .171 4 99
6/10 vs. SFG L, 0-2 0 1 2.00 1 0 0 7.0 4 2 2 1 3 0 9 .171 0 113
6/16 at TOR L, 0-2 0 1 2.06 1 0 0 6.0 4 2 2 1 1 1 10 .171 0 108
6/21 vs. BAL W, 4-2 0 0 2.09 1 0 0 7.0 5 2 2 2 1 0 9 .173 2 102
6/26 at TBR L, 0-1 0 1 2.04 1 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 0 3 0 4 .172 0 104
Totals W L ERA GS CG GF INN H R ER HR BB HB SO AVG RS #PIT
10 4 2.04 17 1 0 114.2 71 29 26 10 27 5 165 .172 61 1808
WIN% WHIP QS SHO BFP AB H/9 2B 3B HR/9 BB/9 BK SO/9 OBP RSA #P/IP
.714 0.85 15 1 445 412 5.57 23 3 0.78 2.12 0 12.95 .232 4.79 15.8
Team Rec SH IR ISC IRS% SB CS PCS PKO GIDP GB GB% SO/BB SLG OPS BABIP
12-5 1 0 0 0.0 6 0 0 0 5 88 36.1% 6.11 .316 .548 .257

TOMORROW’S STARTER
ROARK, Tanner #57 RHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 3 9 0 0 17 16 0 98.2 89 47 45 13 36 84 1.27 4.41 4.10
Career 58 48 1 2 168 127 1 853.1 775 354 331 87 249 670 1.20 3.88 3.49

YR OPP. LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP
SO/9.0 ERA
2018 vs. BOS
AL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
Career
vs. BOS
AL 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3.2 4 1 1 1 1 0 1.36 0.00 2.45
BULLPEN NOTES BULLPEN MAP
COLLINS, Tim #55 LHP LEFT RIGHT
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA • #55 T. Collins • #40 K. Herrera
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 11.0 12 4 4 2 4 5 1.45 5.65 3.27 • #62 S. Doolittle • #27 S. Kelley
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (0.1 IP, H, BB) • #33 M. Grace • #21 B. Kintzler
Veteran of four Major League seasons, playing in 228 games with the Kansas City Royals (2011-2014)...Signed with Washington before 2017 season. • #44 R. Madson
• Secured his first hold, 5/25 at MIA...Held opponents to a .190 AVG (11-for-58) in 17 G with Syracuse...Recorded 20 strikeouts in 17.1 IP (10.4 K/9 IP). • #60 J. Miller
• Was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on 5/21...Tallied 220 strikeouts in four seasons with KC, most of any left-handed reliever in franchise historry.
HOLDS: 2 IR / IS: 8 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .279 / .340 / .442
vs. RED SOX
DOOLITTLE, Sean #62 LHP PLAYER W L S G IP ER ERA
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Collins
2018 WSH NL 2 2 21 22 33 0 0 35.1 15 6 6 3 3 46 0.51 2.02 1.53 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (1.2 IP, 2 SO) Career 0 0 0 12 8.1 5 5.40
Hard-throwing left-handed reliever came to Washington via mid-July 2017 trade that helped solidify Washington’s bullpen. Doolittle
• Last 13 G: 1-0, 11-for-11 in SVO, 0.61 ERA (1 ER/14.2 IP), 14 SO, 5 H, zero walks...Has at least 2 strikeouts in 16 of 33 games. 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
• Ranks among NL relievers in WHIP (1st., 0.51), opp. OBP (1st, .161), SO/BB (1st, 15.33), SV (4th, 21), opp. AVG (3rd, .126), and SO (T8th, 46). Career 0 1 1 10 11.0 2 1.64
HOLDS: IR / IS: 9 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .126 / .161 / .218 Fedde
GRACE, Matt #33 LHP 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Career 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 24.2 21 10 9 3 4 21 1.01 3.59 3.28 Gonzalez
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (0.2 IP, H, SO) 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
Lefty with a heavy fastball/slider repertoire that induced groundballs at a rate of 58.5% in his 92 career big league games (MLB average: 45%). Career 4 1 0 7 40.1 24 5.36
• Has not allowed a run in 9 of his last 11 outings (1.93 ERA, 3 ER/14.0 IP, 11 SO, zero BB)....Recorded his first hold of the season, 4/20 at LAD. Grace
• Has allowed just 3 XBH to LHB in his career: Frazier, 2B, 5/31/15 at CIN, Schebler, 2B, 3/31/18 at CIN, and Crawford, 2B, 6/10/18 vs. SFG. 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
HOLDS: 1 IR / IS: 7 / 2 OPP. SLASH: .233 / .271 / .378 Career 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
Hellickson
HERRERA, Kelvin #40 RHP 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Career 5 4 0 17 91.2 47 4.61
2018: KC/WSH MLB 2 1 14 16 33 0 0 31.2 22 5 5 3 4 26 0.82 3.08 1.42 Herrera
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (1.0 IP) 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
A two-time American League All-Star and member of the 2015 World Series Champion Kansas City Royals came to Washington via trade on 6/18. Career 2 2 5 18 19.0 6 2.84
• Has appeared in 6 G w/WSH: 1-0, 1 hold, 3.00 ERA (2 ER/6.0 IP), 2 BB, 4 SO...In 27 G with KC: 1-1, 14-16 SVO, 1.05 ERA (3 ER/25.2 IP), 22 SO, 2 BB. Kelley
• Ranks among MLB relievers in ERA (11th, 1.42), opp. OBP (8th, .222) and WHIP (9th, 0.82). 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
HOLDS: 1 IR / IS: 3 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .195 / .222 / .283 Career 2 0 2 19 17.2 4 2.04
KELLEY, Shawn #27 RHP Kintzler
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 1 24 0 0 20.1 15 8 8 5 5 22 0.98 4.87 3.54 Career 2 0 3 8 7.0 3 3.86
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (1.0 IP, SO) Madson
Entered 2018 ranked tenth among active relief pitchers with at least 350.0 IP in SO/9.0 IP (10.43) and thirteenth SO/BB ratio (3.63). 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
• Last 13 G: 2.19 ERA (3 ER/12.1 IP), 8 hits, 11 SO, 3 walks, .182 opp. AVG (8-for-44). Career 2 1 0 13 16.0 9 5.06
• Has 22 strikeouts in 20.1 IP (9.74 SO/9.0 IP) this season...Has issued just 5 walks, leading to a 4.40 SO/BB and 2.21 walks/9.0 IP. Miller
HOLDS: 1 IR / IS: 6 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .200 / .247 / .507 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
Career 0 0 0 2 2.1 0 0.00
KINTZLER, Brandon #21 RHP Roark
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 1 2 2 4 33 0 0 30.1 30 14 14 1 12 22 1.38 3.56 4.15 Career 0 0 0 1 3.2 1 2.45
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (1.0 IP, SO) Scherzer
Returns to the Nationals after serving as one of the key members of Washington’s bullpen down the stretch in 2017. 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
• Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list on 6/25...Has tossed scoreless relief in 26 of his 29 G dating to 4/11. Career 4 4 0 10 55.0 37 6.05
• Ranks tied T11th in the NL with 13 holds...Earned his second save of the season on 5/28 at MIA...Earned his first win in 11-inning game on 5/10 at ARI.
HOLDS: 13 IR / IS: 3 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .268 / .354 / .393
MADSON, Ryan #44 RHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 2 3 3 5 32 0 0 28.2 32 15 14 3 9 30 1.43 3.41 4.40
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (0.1 IP, SO)
Hard-throwing reliever enters his second season with Washington...Has revitalized his career after missing three seasons (2012-14) due to injury.
• Was reinsted from the 10-day DL on 5/30...Last 10 G prior to DL: 1-0, 1 SV, 3 HLD, 1.00 ERA (1 ER/9.0 IP), BB, 9 S), .156 opp. AVG (5-for-32).
BULLPEN MISC...
• Went 3-0 with one save and a 1.37 ERA (3 ER/19.2 IP) in 20 G for WSH in 2017...Finished the season ranked 5th in the MLB in WHIP (0.80). Total Appearances ............................... 269
HOLDS: 9 IR / IS: 11 / 3 OPP. SLASH: .281 / .336 / .404 Inh. Runners / Inh. Scored ............ 101 / 24
1st Batters Faced / Retired ........ 269 / 190
MILLER, Justin #60 RHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 5 1 0 0 16 0 0 22.1 15 7 7 4 7 34 0.99 3.32 2.82
LAST: 7/1 at PHI (L, 1.1 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 2 SO, HR)
Veteran of three Major League seasons with the Tigers (2014) and Rockies (2015-2016)...Signed with Washington as minor leaguer prior to 2018 season.
• His 5 wins are T1st National League relievers...Tossed 10.2 consecutive scoreless IP from 5/26 to 6/13.
• Earned his 1st win in his 1st G w/WSH, 5/26 at MIA...Posted a 0.00 ERA in 9 games (13.2 IP) with Triple-A Syracuse.
HOLDS: 2 IR / IS: 10 / 3 OPP. SLASH: .190 / .250 / .380
LAST 10 GAMES - STARTERS LAST 10 GAMES - RELIEVERS
DATE/OPP STARTER DEC RES INN H R ER BB SO HR RS PIT DATE/OPP RES. DECISIONS #REL INN. H R ER BB SO HR
7/1atPHI GONZALEZ — L, 3-4 (13)
5.0 3 3 3 4 4 0 3 89 7/1atPHI L, 3-4 (13) L 8 7.1 4 1 1 2 8 1
6/30atPHI HELLICKSON L L, 2-3 4.2 7 3 3 2 4 1 1 98 6/30atPHI L, 2-3 — 3 3.1 0 0 0 1 4 0
6/29atPHI FEDDE W W, 17-7 5.0 8 5 5 3 3 2 12 115 6/29atPHI W, 17-7 — 4 4.0 2 2 2 2 3 1
6/28atPHI ROARK L L, 3-4 6.0 7 2 1 3 5 0 1 107 6/28atPHI L, 3-4 — 3 2.0 2 2 2 0 1 1
6/26atTBR SCHERZER L L, 0-1 7.0 4 1 1 3 4 0 0 104 626atTBR L, 0-1 — 1 1.0 1 0 0 1 1 0
6/25atTBR GONZALEZ L L, 0-11 1.0 3 6 6 5 2 1 0 62 6/25atTBR L, 0-11 — 3 7.0 9 5 5 1 8 2
6/24vsPHI RODRIGUEZ — W, 8-6 4.0 5 4 4 3 3 1 2 96 6/24vsPHI W, 8-6 W, SV 5 5.0 4 2 2 0 0 1
6/23vsPHI FEDDE L L, 3-5 6.0 8 3 3 2 3 0 2 99 6/23vsPHI L, 3-5 — 3 3.0 2 2 2 2 4 1
6/22vsPHI ROARK L L, 2-12 4.1 7 6 6 4 7 1 2 113 6/22vsPHI L, 2-12 — 4 4.2 8 6 6 4 6 2
6/21vsBAL SCHERZER — W, 4-2 7.0 5 2 2 2 9 2 2 102 6/21vsBAL W, 4-2 W, SV 2 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TEAM PITCHING STATS
Starters: Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
42-40 82 0 0 0 3.60 1 477.1 411 203 191 60 153 8 20 505 9.5 .231
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
28-28 7912 16.6 4.81 255 1 14 1 6 12 102 9 18 15 41 3.30

Relievers: Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
41-40 81 26 34 43 3.78 0 259.1 217 113 109 36 85 10 15 257 8.9 .227
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
14-12 4028 15.5 3.23 93 - 8 0 4 7 48 6 23 12 18 3.02

Team Totals: Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
42-40 82 26 34 43 3.67 1 736.2 628 316 300 96 238 18 35 762 9.3 .230
#PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
11940 16.2 4.25 348 5 22 1 10 19 150 15 41 27 59 3.20
HITTERS NOTES vs. RED SOX
DIFO, Wilmer (S) #1 INF PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Difo
2018 WSH NL 79 244 33 60 8 4 3 22 19 48 5 2 .246 .301 .348 .649 2018 0 0 0 0 —
LAST GAME: 0-0, BB (Defensive Replacement) HOMESTAND: Career 0 0 0 0 —
Speedy, switch-hitting middle infielder with strong throwing arm and versatility that has allowed him to appear all over the diamond. Eaton
• Ranks 2nd among NL second basemen with 4 triples...Has recorded a career-high 22 RBI. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Is hitting .319 (36-for-113) in 38 home games...Clubbed 8th inn. game-tying solo homer, 5/26 at MIA...Laced his first career walk-off hit, 5/6 vs. PHI. Career 89 26 1 6 .292
• 9-game hitting streak from 4/28-5/6 was 2nd-longest streak of his career...Has appeared at second (52 G), third (18 G), shortstop (5 G), and CF (1 G). Goodwin
RISP: .188 (12-64), 0 HR, 16 RBI LAST HOMER: 5/26/18 at MIA (Chen) CAREER HOMERS: 9 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Career 0 0 0 0 —
EATON, Adam (L) #2 LF Harper
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS 2018 0 0 0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 26 90 18 27 4 0 2 10 7 16 0 1 .300 .370 .411 .781 Career 21 6 1 4 .286
LAST GAME: 2-6, 2 RBI HOMESTAND: Kieboom
Elite defender with a consistent offensive approach enters his second season with the Washington Nationals. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Is 17-for-60 (.283) with a 2B, 5 RBI, 2 HBP, 4 BB and 8 R scored in 17 G since being reinstated from the disabled list on June 9. Career 0 0 0 0 —
• Reached safely in each of his first 7 starts of 2018...Was named National League Player of the Week after a strong opening weekend. Murphy
• In 49 total games with Washington since the start of 2017, is hitting .298 with 11 2B, 3B, 4 HR, 23 RBI, 21 BB, 3 SB and 42 R. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
RISP: .353 (6-17), 1 HR, 9 RBI LAST HOMER: 4/1/18 at CIN (Gallardo) CAREER HOMERS: 38 Career 20 2 0 0 .100
GOODWIN, Brian (L) #8 OF Rendon
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS 2018 0 0 0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 35 52 6 9 1 0 2 11 9 23 3 1 .173 .313 .308 .620 Career 0 0 0 0 —
LAST GAME: 0-0, BB (PH) HOMESTAND: Reynolds
Elite athlete, fleet-footed defender and emerging offensive threat...Has posted a .461 SLG in 131 MLB games...43 of his 84 hits have gone for extra bases. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Hit his 2nd home run of the season, on 6/29 at PHI (Neris)...Clubbed his first career grand slam, March 31 at CIN (Quackenbush). Career 196 52 12 41 .265
• When Michael A. Taylor was injured in early July 2017, he took over in CF, starting 28 games and posted a .465 SLG (12 2B, 6 HR, 10 RBI, 5 SB, 23 R). Severino
• Was placed on the DL Aug. 16...At the time, he ranked among NL rookies in doubles (T2nd, 21), extra base hits (4th, 35), and HR (6th, 13). 2018 0 0 0 0 —
RISP: .294 (5-17), 1 HR, 10 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/29/18 at PHI (Neris) CAREER HOMERS: 15 Career 0 0 0 0 —
Soto
HARPER, Bryce (L) #34 RF 2018 0 0 0 0 —
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Career 0 0 0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 81 282 47 61 13 0 20 49 67 84 6 2 .216 .366 .475 .841 Taylor
LAST GAME: 0-4, 2 BB HOMESTAND: 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Five-time All-Star and unanimous 2015 NL MVP...Is o ne of 14 players (4 active: Trout, Pujols, Stanton) to hit at least 150 HR prior to their 25 season. Career 12 4 0 4 .333
• Ranks among NL hitters in walks (1st, 67) and home runs (2nd, 20)...His 67 walks rank second in Major League Baseball. Turner
• Since 6/19, is hitting .243 (9-for-37) with 7 2B, HR, 6 RBI, 15 BB and 6 R...Has reached base safely in 24 of 47 PA (.453 OBP, 15 walks/12 strikeouts). 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• His a .511 SLG percentage against RHP ranks 4th among NL outfielders...Recorded a single-game career-high 3 2B on June 24 vs. PHI. Career 0 0 0 0 —
RISP: .245 (13-53), 3 HR, 29 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/29/18 at PHI (Rios) CAREER HOMERS: 170
vs. PORCELLO
KIEBOOM, Spencer #64 C
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
2018 WSH NL 16 42 2 9 2 0 0 3 5 10 0 0 .214 .298 .262 .560 Difo
LAST GAME: DNP HOMESTAND: 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Former fifth-round pick out of Clemson in 2012 made his MLB debut at the end of the 2016 season. Career 0 0 0 0 —
• Has hit safely in 4 straight starts...Is hitting .294 (5-17) with a 2B, RBI, 3 BB, and 2 R in 7 home games. Eaton
• Recorded his first Major League hit, 5/19 vs. LAD and first MLB RBI on 6/2 at ATL... 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• In 2017, hit .250 with 14 2B, 5 HR, 25 RBI, 25 BB, and 23 R in 66 games between Double-A Harrisburg before joining Triple-A Syracuse. Career 13 5 1 2 .385
RISP: .200 (2-10), 0 HR, 2 RBI LAST HOMER: N/A CAREER HOMERS: 0 Goodwin
2018 0 0 0 0 —
MURPHY, Daniel (L) #20 2B Career 0 0 0 0 —
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Harper
2018 WSH NL 16 55 2 10 2 0 0 6 3 6 0 0 .182 .224 .218 .442 2018 0 0 0 0 —
LAST GAME: 0-5, BB, R HOMESTAND: Career 4 0 0 0 .000
In two seasons with Washington, has earned two National League All-Star selections and two Silver Slugger awards. Kieboom
• Recorded a season-high 3 hits on June 25 vs. PHI...Has reached base safely in 6 of his last 7 games (7-for-26, 2B, 4 RBI, 2 BB, R). 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Hit .322 with 43 doubles, 3 triples, 23 home runs, 93 RBI, 52 walks and 94 runs scored in 144 games for Washington in 2017. Career 0 0 0 0 —
• Represented Washington in the All-Star Game and took home Silver Slugger honors for the second straight season in 2017. Murphy
RISP: .278 (5-18), 0 HR, 6 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/23/17 at NYM (Rhame) CAREER HOMERS: 110 2018 0 0 0 0 —
RENDON, Anthony #6 3B Career 6 3 0 3 .500
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Rendon
2018 WSH NL 62 239 34 70 24 0 11 36 27 45 0 1 .293 .359 .531 .891 2018 0 0 0 0 —
LAST GAME: 1-3, 2B, RBI, 2 BB, HOMESTAND: Career 0 0 0 0 —
Continued his ascent as one of the top all-around players in Major League Baseball in 2017...Finished sixth in the National League MVP voting. Reynolds
• Last 16 G: .403 (25-for-62), 10 2B, 5 HR, 13 RBI, 6 BB, 13 R...24 doubles rank 1st among NL third basemen and rank 3rd among all NL players. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Has reached base safely in 40 of 48 games (20 2B, 10 HR, 21 BB) since returning from the DL on 5/5...Is hitting .323/.392/.585 vs. LHP in 2018. Career 16 4 1 2 .250
• Per FanGraphs.com, is the best defensive third baseman in the NL (5.9 DEF rating) and ranks 4th in W.A.R. among NL third baseman (2.3). Severino
RISP: .259 (15-58), 2 HR, 24 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/30/18 at PHI (Hunter) CAREER HOMERS: 89 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Career 0 0 0 0 —
REC. BY BATTING ORDER REC. BY POSITION Soto
PLAYER Bat1 Bat2 Bat3 Bat4 Bat5 Bat6 Bat7 Bat8 Bat9 PLAYER C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Adams, Matt 4~1 16~4 4~6 2~1 Adams, Matt 15~8 8~4 3~0 Career 0 0 0 0 —
Bautista, Rafael 0~1 Bautista, Rafael 0~1 Taylor
Difo, Wilmer 2~2 15~13 7~9 11~7 Difo, Wilmer 25~24 10~6 0~1 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Eaton, Adam 7~13 0~1 Eaton, Adam 3~5 4~6 0~3
Goodwin, Brian 1~1 0~1 1~1 1~3 Goodwin, Brian 2~2 1~2 0~2
Career 4 0 0 0 .000
Harper, Bryce 9~3 15~10 17~23 1~1 0~1 Harper, Bryce 4~6 38~31
0~1 Turner
Kendrick, Howie 3~6 1~0 3~2 12~8 0~2 Kendrick, Howie 17~15 2~3 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Kieboom, Spencer 0~1 4~4 2~1 Kieboom, Spencer 6~5 Career 0 0 0 0 —
Montero, Miguel 1~1 0~1 Montero, Miguel 1~2
Murphy, Daniel 0~2 3~7 0~1 Murphy, Daniel 2~7 0~1 1~2
Rendon, Anthony 5~9 20~14
5~9 Rendon, Anthony 30~32
Reynolds, Mark 4~5 4~1 3~4 0~1 Reynolds, Mark 11~11
Reynolds, Matt 1~0 Reynolds, Matt 1~0
Sanchez, Adrian 1~2 Sanchez, Adrian 1~2
Severino, Pedro 2~0 1~1 5~6 12~16 2~3 Severino, Pedro 22~26
Sierra, Moises 2~3 0~2 2~2 Sierra, Moises 4~6 0~1
Soto, Juan 1~0 1~3 0~2 2~4 7~7 5~1 1~1 Soto, Juan 17~18
Stevenson, Andrew 1~1 4~0 1~1 1~1 Stevenson, Andrew 6~2 1~1
Taylor, Michael A. 0~1 3~3 17~16 12~7 2~1 2~2 Taylor, Michael A. 36~30
Turner, Trea 24~22 14~9 1~2 3~6 Turner, Trea 42~39
Wieters, Matt 2~0 6~5 3~1 2~0 Wieters, Matt 13~6
Zimmerman, Ryan 2~1 11~13 1~0 Zimmerman, Ryan 14~14

CATCHERS DEFENSE
CATCHER GS W-L CCS SBA CS% PB CATCHER ERA
Spencer Kieboom
2018 12 6-6 3 7 42.9% 1 4.24 (52 ER/110.1 IP)
Career 12 6-6 3 7 42.9% 1 4.24 (52 ER/110.1 IP)
Pedro Severino
2018 48 22-26 10 37 27.0% 4 3.37 (165 ER/440.2 IP)
Career 63 30-33 15 49 30.6% 6 3.55 (233 ER/591.1 IP)
HITTERS NOTES HOMERS
REYNOLDS, Mark #14 INF BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (1)
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS J. Soto/M. Reynolds...6/29 at PHI (9th inn.)
2018 WSH NL 31 94 12 23 1 0 7 12 10 29 0 0 .245 .311 .479 .790
LAST GAME: 2-4, BB, R HOMESTAND: GRAND SLAMS (1)
Versatile, power-hitting veteran infielder with more than 11 years of Major League experience with seven different clubs. Brian Goodwin.3/31 at CIN (Quackenbush)
• Has reached base safely in 20 of his 31 games with Washington...Had his contract selected on 5/12.
• Hit 9th inn., go-ahead solo home run on 5/26 at MIA...Was his 10th career go-ahead HR in the 9th inn. or later. LEADOFF HOMERS (3)
• Recorded his 27th career multi-HR game, 2nd of the season, 5/21 vs. SDP. Bryce Harper.................. 5/2 vs. PIT (Nova)
RISP: .143 (3-21), 1 HR, 6 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/29/18 at PHI (Neris) CAREER HOMERS: 288 Bryce Harper...............5/4 vs. PHI (Pivetta)
Trea Turner.................... 5/11 at ARI (Koch)
SEVERINO, Pedro #29 C
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS MULTI-HOMER GAMES (9)
2018 WSH NL 56 165 11 28 9 0 0 11 16 43 1 0 .170 .258 .224 .482 Bryce Harper (2)......................... 4/1 at CIN
LAST GAME: 0-5 HOMESTAND: Ryan Zimmerman (2)..............4/18 at NYM
Young catcher with advanced defensive skills is known for bringing energy and confidence to the park every single day. Matt Adams (2)..........................5/1 vs. PIT
• Ranks 1st among NL catchers and 4th in MLB with a 3.37 catcher ERA...Ranks 2nd among NL catchers and tied for 4th in MLB with 13 CS. Bryce Harper (2)........................ 5/4 vs. PHI
• His .214 batting average with RISP ranks 9th among Nationals League catchers. Matt Adams (2)......................... 5/7 at SDP
• Recorded a career-high 3 walks on 5/5 vs. PHI...Was recalled on 4/2...Reached base safely in all 5 plate appearances that night at ATL. Mark Reynolds (2).................... 5/13 at ARI
RISP: .214 (9-42), 0 HR, 9 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/26/16 vs. ARI (Ray) CAREER HOMERS: 2 Mark Reynolds (2).................. 5/21 vs. SDP
Juan Soto (2)........................... 6/13 at NYY
SOTO, Juan #22 OF
Juan Soto (2)............................ 6/29 at PHI
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2018 WSH NL 37 126 25 39 9 0 8 21 23 29 1 0 .310 .416 .571 .988
PINCH-HIT HOMERS (0)
LAST GAME: 0-6 HOMESTAND:
One of the top prospects in all of baseball has put up some of the most historic numbers for a teenager in Major League history.
PITCHER HOMERS (1)
• Has reached safely in 12 of his last 14 games (.413 OBP)...On 6/30 at PHI, became the first teenager in MLB history to record a 4-hit, 2-home run game. A.J. Cole..................... 4/3 at ATL (Teheran)
• Ranks among all MLB rookies in (min. 140 PA), in OBP (1st, .416), SLG (1st, .517), OPS (1st, .988) and AVG (1st, .310).
• Is 1 of 4 teenagers to record 2 multi-HR games...Recorded a 10 game hitting streak from 6/17-6/26...Recorded 1st MLB hit, a 3-run HR on 5/21 vs. SDP. WALK-OFF HOMERS (0)
RISP: .259 (7-27), 4 HR, 15 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/29/18 at PHI (Neris) CAREER HOMERS: 8
TAYLOR, Michael A. #3 CF MILESTONES
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Player Category Milestone
2018 WSH NL 80 255 32 61 18 2 5 24 22 80 23 4 .239 .300 .384 .684 Matt Adams HR 100 (88)
LAST GAME: 0-1 (PH) Bryce Harper
HOMESTAND: RBI 500 (470)
Anthony Rendon HR 100 (89)
2017 Gold Glove finalist is one the top up-and-coming center fielders in Major League Baseball...Can hit for power and steal bases.
Mark Reynolds HR 300 (288)
• Is 21-for-57 (.368) with 5 2B, 8 RBI, 4 BB, 10 SB and 8 R in his last 23 games...Leads Major League Baseball with 23 stolen bases. Trea Turner SB 122 (103)
• 13-game hitting streak from 6/2 through 6/22 was longest of his career and tied for longest streak by a Nationals player in 2018. Tying I. Desmond for most in WSH history
• From 4/29/17 (when Eaton got hurt) through the end of the 2017 season, hit .280 with 23 2B, 3 3B, 19 HR, 52 RBI, 28 BB, 17 SB & 54 runs in 105 G.
Matt Wieters RBI 500 (496)
RISP: .283 (17-60), 1 HR, 16 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/2/18 at ATL (McCarthy) CAREER HOMERS: 46
Ryan Zimmerman H 1,694 (1,689)
Tying T. Wallach for most in MON/WSH history
TURNER, Trea #7 SS Ryan Zimmerman R 947 (894)
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Tying T. Raines for most in MON/WSH history
2018 WSH NL 82 328 48 90 14 2 9 29 39 68 22 4 .274 .357 .412 .768 Ryan Zimmerman RBI 1,000 (953)
LAST GAME: 3-6, R HOMESTAND: Pitcher Category Milestone
Elite athlete with electric, game-changing speed has emerged as one of the top young offensive threats in Major League Baseball. Stephen Strasburg W 100 (90)
Tying D. Martinez for 2nd-most in MON/WSH
• Last 12 G: 18-for-47 (.383) with 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 5 BB, 2 SB and 11 R...Has hit safely in 17 of his last 22 games (.318/.394/.432).
• Ranks 2nd in MLB with 22 SB...His career-high 13-game hitting streak is tied for longest hitting streak by a Nationals player in 2018. TOP PROSPECTS
• Clubbed first lead-off HR of the season, 5/11 at ARI...Recorded 5 hits on 4/25 at SFG, matching Eaton (3/31 at CIN) for the most by a National in 2018. Baseball America
RISP: .292 (19-65), 1 HR, 17 RBI LAST HOMER: 6/29/18 at PHI (Pivetta) CAREER HOMERS: 34 1. Victor Robles, OF
2. Juan Soto, OF
RECENT TRANSACTIONS 3. Erick Fedde, RHP
4. Carter Kieboom, SS
6/5 ������Returned from rehab and reinstated LHP Matt Grace from the 10-day disabled list...Reinstated LHP Tim Collins from the paternity list...Placed RHP 5. Seth Romero, LHP
Jeremy Hellickson on the 10-day disabled list (right hamstring strain)...Optioned RHP Jefry Rodriguez to Double-A Harrisburg. 6. Luis Garcia, 2B/SS
6/9 ������Returned from rehab and reinstated OF Adam Eaton from the 60-day disabled list...Optioned RHP Wander Suero to Triple-A Syracuse...Unconditionally 7. Wil Crowe, RHP
released OF Rafael Bautista. 8. Daniel Johnson, OF
6/10 ����Recalled RHP Trevor Gott and RHP Wander Suero...Placed RHP Brandon Kintzler (right forearm flexor strain) and RHP Stephen Strasburg (right shoulder 9. Raudy Read, C
10. Yasel Antuna, SS/3B
inflamation) on the 10-day disabled list. 11. Blake Perkins, OF
6/12 ����Returned from rehab and reinstated 2B Daniel Murphy from the 10-day disabled list...Optioned INF Adrian Sanchez to Triple-A Syracuse. 12. Kelvin Gutierrez, 3B
6/13 ����Recalled RHP Erick Fedde from Triple-A Syracuse...Optioned RHP Trevor Gott to Triple-A Syracuse. 13. Andrew Stevenson, OF
6/18 ����Acquired right-handed pitcher Kelvin Herrera from the Kansas City Royals in exchange for infielder Kelvin Gutierrez, Minor League outfielder Blake 14. Pedro Severino, C
Perkins and Minor League right-handed pitcher Yohanse Morel. 15. Rafael Bautista, OF
16. Jackson Tetreault, RHP
6/19 ����Recalled right-handed pitcher Jefry Rodriguez from Double-A Harrisburg...Placed infielder Matt Adams on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to June
17. Brigham Hill, RHP
16) with a fractured left index finger...Optioned right-handed pitcher Wander Suero to Triple-A Syracuse. 18. Jose Marmolejos, 1B
6/25 ����Returned from rehab and reinstated RHP Brandon Kintzler from the 10-day disabled list...Optioned RHP Jefry Rodriguez to Triple-A Syracuse. 19. Drew Ward, 3B
6/30 ����Returned from rehab and reinstated RHP Jeremy Hellickson from the 10-day disabled list...Optioned LHP Sammy Solis...Reinstated C Raudy Read from 20. Taylor Gushue, C
the restricted list and optioned him to Triple-A Syracuse...Transferred 1B Ryan Zimmerman to the 60-day disabled list. 21. Nick Raquet, LHP
22. Kyle Johnston, RHP
DISABLED LIST 23. Jose Sanchez, SS
24. Jefry Rodriguez, RHP
PLAYER INJURY 10/60 DL PLACED / RETRO REINSTATED #GAMES
25. Telmito Agustin, OF
Matt Adams Fractured left index finger 10 June 19 / June 16 15 26. Austin Voth, RHP
Stephen Strasburg Right shoulder inflamation 10 June 10 19 27. Joan Baez, RHP
Howie Kendrick Right achillies injury 60 May 19 38 28. Anderson Franco, 3B
Ryan Zimmerman Right oblique strain 60 May 12 / May 10 44 29. Jakson Reetz, C
Matt Wieters Left hamstring strain 10 May 11 43 30. Osvaldo Abreu, SS
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Jhonatan Solano Bone chips in right elbow 60 April 10 / April 7 75 1. Victor Robles, OF
Joaquin Benoit Right forearm strain 60 March 27 82 2. Juan Soto, OF
Koda Glover Right shoulder tendinitis 60 March 27 82 3. Carter Kieboom, SS
Joe Ross Right elbow surgery 60 Feb. 21 82 4. Erick Fedde, RHP
Jeremy Hellickson Right hamstring strain 10 June 5 / June 4 June 30 22 5. Seth Romero, LHP
6. Wil Crowe, RHP
Brandon Kintzler Right forearm flexor strain 10 June 10 June 25 12 7. Andrew Stevenson, OF
Daniel Murphy Right knee surgery 10 March 27 June 12 64 8. Yasel Antuna, SS/3B
Adam Eaton Left ankle bone bruise 60 April 11 / April 9 June 9 52 9. Luis Garcia, SS/2B
Matt Grace Left groin strain 10 April 21 June 5 38 10. Daniel Johnson, OF
Brian Goodwin Left wrist contusion 10 April 17 / April 16 June 1 39 11. Blake Perkins, OF
12. Kelvin Gutierrez, 3B
Ryan Madson Pectoral strain 10 May 20 / May 17 May 31 11
13. Rafael Bautista, OF
Shawn Kelley Right elbow irritation 10 April 24 / May 7 12 14. Raudy Read, C
Anthony Rendon Toe contusion 10 April 22 / April 19 May 5 14 15. Pedro Severino, C
Matt Wieters Mild left oblique strain 10 April 2 April 11 8 16. Nick Raquet, LHP
17. Jackson Tetreault, RHP
18. Drew Ward, 3B
19. Jose Marmolejos, 1B/OF
20. Brigham Hill, RHP
21. Austin Voth, RHP
22. Kyle Johnston, RHP
23. Taylor Gushue, C
24. Jackson Reetz, C
25. Andreson Franco, 3B/1B
26. Osvaldo Abreu, SS/2B
27. Jose Sanchez, INF
28. Telmito Agustin, OF
29. Joan Baez, RHP
30. Armond Upshaw, OF
TEAM STATS DAY-BY-DAY
PINCH HIT DATE OPP. RES REC POS/GA-B WIN LOSS SAVE ATT. / TOG
PLAYER AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP E SLG OBP AB H HR RBI 3/29 — POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (Made up 3/30)
3/30 at CIN W, 2-0 1-0 T1st/0.5 Scherzer (1-0) Bailey (0-1) Doolittle (1) 43,878 / 3:09
Adams,M .275 57 153 24 42 88 7 0 13 36 0 0 2 16 0 37 0 0 4 1 .575 .351 16 4 0 4 3/31 at CIN W, 13-7 2-0 T1st/0.5 Strasburg (1-0) Castillo (0-1) None 27,341 / 3:16
Difo,W .246 79 244 33 60 85 8 4 3 22 2 2 1 19 2 48 5 2 4 5 .348 .301 6 2 0 0 4/1 at CIN W, 6-5 3-0 1st/1.0 Gonzalez (1-0 Romano (0-1) Doolittle (2) 10,335 / 2:47
RIGHT .206 68 14 21 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 3 1 17 2 .309 .239 2 1 0 0 4/2 at ATL W, 8-1 4-0 1st/1.5 Roark (1-0) Newcomb (0-1) None 25,054 / 2:55
LEFT .261 176 46 64 4 4 2 18 2 2 1 16 1 31 2 .364 .323 4 1 0 0 4/3 at ATL L, 6-13 4-1 1st/0.5 Carle (1-1) Cole (0-1) None 26,782 / 3:20 (:12 delay)
Eaton,A .300 26 90 18 27 37 4 0 2 10 0 0 3 7 0 16 0 1 1 0 .411 .370 5 2 0 1 4/4 at ATL L, 1-7 4-2 T2nd/-0.5 Foltynewicz (1-0) Scherzer (1-1) None 29,834 / 3:06
4/5 vs. NYM L, 2-8 4-3 3rd/-1.5 deGrom (2-0) Strasburg (1-1) None 42,477* / 2:57
Goodwin,B .173 35 52 6 9 16 1 0 2 11 1 1 2 9 0 23 3 1 0 1 .308 .313 16 0 0 0 4/6 OFF DAY 3rd/-1.5
Harper,B .216 81 282 47 61 134 13 0 20 49 0 6 3 67 10 84 6 2 2 1 .475 .366 1 0 0 0 4/7 vs. NYM L, 2-3 4-4 3rd/-2.5 Robles (1-0) Kintzler (0-1) Familia (4) 28,952 / 2:59
* Kendrick,H .303 40 152 17 46 72 14 0 4 12 0 1 2 5 1 29 1 1 6 5 .474 .331 2 1 0 0 4/8 vs. NYM L, 5-6 (12) 4-5 3rd, -3.5 Lugo (1-0) Kintzler (0-2) Rhame (1) 21,579 / 4:03
Kieboom,S .214 16 42 2 9 11 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 10 0 0 1 1 .262 .298 0 0 0 0 4/9 vs. ATL W, 2-0 5-5 3rd/-3.5 Scherzer (2-1) Teheran (0-2) None 19,582 / 2:21
Murphy,D .182 16 55 2 10 12 2 0 0 6 0 0 0 3 0 6 0 0 1 0 .218 .224 3 1 0 0 4/10 vs. ATL W, 4-1 6-5 T2nd/-3.5 Strasburg (2-1) Foltynewicz (1-1) Madson (1) 19,357 / 2:44
4/11 vs. ATL L, 3-5 (12) 6-6 4th/-4.5 Carle (2-1) Madson (1-0) None 21,109 / 3:43
Rendon,A .293 62 239 34 70 127 24 0 11 36 0 4 0 27 3 45 0 1 2 1 .531 .359 0 0 0 0 4/12 vs. COL L, 1-5 6-7 4th/-5.0 Bettis (2-0) Gonzalez (1-1) None 24,213 / 2:43
Reynolds,M .245 31 94 12 23 45 1 0 7 12 0 2 0 10 0 29 0 0 4 1 .479 .311 4 1 0 0 4/13 vs. COL L, 1-2 6-8 4th/-6.0 Oberg (1-0) Roark (1-1) Davis (6) 37,702 / 3:04
Severino,P .170 56 165 11 28 37 9 0 0 11 0 1 4 16 4 43 1 0 3 0 .224 .258 1 0 0 1 4/14 vs. COL W, 6-2 7-8 4th/-5.0 Scherzer (3-1) Gray (1-3) None 31,700 / 2:53
Soto,J .310 37 126 25 39 72 9 0 8 21 0 0 0 23 2 29 1 0 1 1 .571 .416 2 1 1 2 4/15 vs. COL L, 5-6 7-9 4th/-6.0 Ottavino (3-0) Doolittle (0-1) Davis (7) 25,462 / 3:14
4/16 at NYM W, 8-6 8-9 4th/-5.0 Cole (1-1) Ramos (0-1) Madson (2) 22,829 / 3:25
Taylor,M .239 80 255 32 61 98 18 2 5 24 2 0 0 22 1 80 23 4 8 1 .384 .300 8 2 0 1 4/17 at NYM W, 5-2 9-9 4th/-4.0 Gonzalez (2-1) Wheeler (1-1) Doolittle (3) 22,724 / 3:11
Turner,T .274 82 328 48 90 135 14 2 9 29 0 0 3 39 2 68 22 4 2 9 .412 .357 0 0 0 0 4/18 at NYM L, 5-11 9-10 4th/-5.0 Ramos (1-1) Madson (0-2) None 23,117 / 2:51
* Wieters,M .231 23 65 6 15 25 1 0 3 7 0 0 1 10 1 12 0 1 2 1 .385 .342 3 0 0 0 4/19 OFF DAY 4th/-4.5
RIGHT .188 16 3 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 6 1 .375 .350 0 0 0 0 4/20 at LAD W, 5-2 10-10 4th/-4.5 Scherzer (4-1) Kershaw (1-3) Doolittle (4) 50,211 / 3:09
LEFT .245 49 12 19 1 0 2 6 0 0 1 6 1 6 1 .388 .339 3 0 0 0 4/21 at LAD L, 0-4 10-11 4th/-4.5 Ryu (3-0) Strasburg (2-2) None 50, 908 / 2:29
4/22 at LAD L, 3-4 10-12 4th/-5.0 Fields (2-0) Gott (0-1) Jansen (3) 51,297 / 3:21
* Zimmerman,R .217 33 115 11 25 47 3 2 5 16 0 0 1 9 0 24 0 0 4 1 .409 .280 4 1 0 0 4/23 at SFG L, 2-4 10-13 4th/-5.5 Stratton (2-1) Gonzalez (2-2) Strickland (4) 36,983 / 2:44
- Fedde,E .000 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 .111 0 0 0 0 4/24 at SFG L, 3-4 10-14 4th/-6.5 Moronta (1-2) Roark (1-2) Strickland (5) 37,147 / 2:27
Gonzalez,G .037 17 27 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 1 .037 .037 0 0 0 0 4/25 at SFG W, 15-2 11-14 4th/-5.5 Scherzer (5-1) Samardzija (1-1) None 35,126 / 3:13
Hellickson,J .063 10 16 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 .125 .063 0 0 0 0 4/26 OFF DAY 4th/-5.0
Kelley,S .000 24 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 4/27 vs. ARI L, 4-5 11-15 4th/-6.0 Godley (4-1) Strasburg (2-3) Boxberger (7) 26,517 / 3:02
4/28 vs ARI L, 3-4(10) 11-16 4th/-6.0 Hirano (2-0) Solis (0-1) Boxberger (8) 32,963 / 3:16
Roark,T .143 17 28 1 4 4 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 .143 .172 0 0 0 0 4/29 vs. ARI W, 3-1 12-16 4th/-6.0 Gonzalez (3-2) McFarland (1-1) Doolittle (5) 30,285 / 2:49
Scherzer,M .250 19 36 3 9 10 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 7 1 0 0 1 .278 .289 2 1 0 0 4/30 vs. PIT W, 3-2 13-16 4th/-5.5 Roark (2-2) Taillon (2-3) Kintzler (1) 20.879 / 2:34
* Strasburg,S .120 13 25 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 7 0 0 1 0 .120 .185 0 0 0 0 5/1 vs. PIT W, 12-4 14-16 4th/-4.5 Scherzer (6-1) Kuhl (3-2) None 23,534 / 2:58
5/2 vs. PIT W, 9-3 15-16 4th/-4.0 Strasburg (3-3) Nova (2-2) None 27,086 / 2:55
WASHINGTON .239 82 2758 348 660 1096 137 10 93 329 16 21 27 300 27 678 64 19 50 34 .397 .318 107 19 1 12 5/3 vs. PIT W, 3-1 16-16 4th/-4.0 Solis (1-1) Williams (4-2) Doolittle (6) 30,434 / 2:42
5/4 vs. PHI W, 7-3 17-16 4th/-3.0 Gonzalez (4-2) Pivetta (1-2) None 35,497 / 2:49 (:39 delay)
OPPONENTS .230 82 2735 316 628 1096 150 15 96 304 10 19 35 238 18 762 41 27 59 41 .401 .298 112 24 3 21 5/5 vs. PHI L, 1-3 17-17 4th/-3.0 Velasquez (2-4) Roark (2-3) Neris (6) 34,687 / 3:13
5/6 vs. PHI W, 5-4 18-17 4th/-2.0 Doolittle (1-1) Neris (1-2) None 30,611 / 3:33
OPP 5/7 at SDP W, 8-5 19-17 4th/-1.5 Strasburg (4-3) Ross (2-3) None 17,296 / 3:00
PITCHER R/L W L ERA G GS CG GF SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO WP BK AVG 5/8 at SDP W, 4-0 20-17 3rd/-1.5 Hellickson (1-0) Richard (1-5) None 18,989 / 2:31
5/9 at SDP L, 1-2 20-18 3rd/-2.5 Stammen (1-0) Gott (0-2) Hand (10) 18,804 / 2:50
Collins,T L 0 0 3.27 15 0 0 2 0 0 11.0 12 4 4 2 0 4 0 5 0 0 .279 5/10 at ARI W, 2-1 (11) 21-18 3rd/-2.5 Kintzler (1-2) Salas (3-4) Doolittle (7) 17,394 / 3:42
Doolittle,S L 2 2 1.53 33 0 0 29 0 21 35.1 15 6 6 3 2 3 1 46 0 0 .126 5/11 at ARI W, 3-1 22-18 3rd/-1.5 Scherzer (7-1) Koch (2-1) Doolittle (8) 22,901 / 2:24
Fedde,E R 1 3 6.00 5 5 0 0 0 0 27.0 35 18 18 5 0 9 1 19 0 0 .330 5/12 at ARI W, 2-1 23-18 3rd/-2.0 Strasburg (5-3) Scribner (0-1) Madson (3) 29,428 / 3:17
Gonzalez,G L 6 5 3.77 17 17 0 0 0 0 90.2 86 40 38 9 0 43 1 86 3 0 .247 5/13 at ARI W, 6-4 24-18 3rd/-1.5 Madson (1-2) Bradley (0-1) Doolittle (9) 31,906 / 3:09
Grace,M L 0 0 3.28 21 0 0 4 0 0 24.2 21 10 9 3 1 4 0 21 0 0 .233 5/14 OFF DAY 3rd/-2.0
5/15 vs. NYY W, 5-3 25-18 3rd/-2.0 Suero (1-0) Green (2-1) Doolittle (10) 41,567 / 2:55
Hellickson,J R 2 1 2.63 10 10 0 0 0 0 48.0 41 15 14 5 2 8 0 38 0 0 .233 5/16 vs. NYY 3rd/-2.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 6/18)
Herrera,K R 1 0 3.00 6 0 0 2 0 0 6.0 3 2 2 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 .143 5/17 OFF DAY 3rd/-2.0
AL 1 1 1.05 27 0 0 21 0 14 25.2 19 3 3 2 0 2 0 22 0 0 .207 5/18 vs. LAD 3rd/-1.5 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 5/19)
Kelley,S R 0 0 3.54 24 0 0 7 0 0 20.1 15 8 8 5 0 5 1 22 0 0 .200 5/19 vs. LAD L, 1-4 25-19 3rd/-3.5 Stripling (1-1) Roark (2-4) Jansen (7) 26,740 / 3:00
Kintzler,B R 1 2 4.15 33 0 0 6 0 2 30.1 30 14 14 1 3 12 3 22 0 0 .268 5/19 vs. LAD L, 4-5 25-20 3rd/-3.5 Goeddel (3-0) Doolittle (1-2) Jansen (8) 32,378 / 3:27
5/20 vs. LAD L, 2-7 25-21 4th/-4.0 Wood (1-4) Strasburg (5-4) Fields (2) 40,201* / 3:08
Madson,R R 2 3 4.40 32 0 0 7 0 3 28.2 32 15 14 3 1 9 2 30 0 0 .281 5/21 vs. SDP W, 10-2 26-21 4th/-3.0 Gonzalez (5-2) Erlin (1-3) None 27,890 / 2:27
Miller,J R 5 1 2.82 16 0 0 3 0 0 22.1 15 7 7 4 0 7 0 34 1 0 .190 5/22 vs. SDP W, 2-1 27-21 3rd/-3.0 Doolittle (2-2) Strahm (0-2) None 25,700 / 2:48 (:10 delay)
Roark,T R 3 9 4.10 17 16 0 1 0 0 98.2 89 47 45 13 7 36 3 84 4 0 .243 5/23 vs. SDP L, 1-3 27-22 3rd/-3.0 Ross (4-3) Fedde (0-1) Hand (15) 31,076 / 3:00
Scherzer,M R 10 4 2.04 17 17 1 0 1 0 114.2 71 29 26 10 5 27 1 165 3 0 .172 5/24 OFF DAY 4th/-3.0
5/25 at MIA W, 9-5 28-22 3rd/-2.0 Scherzer (8-1) Wittgren (2-1) Doolittle (10) 7,512 / 3:37
* Strasburg,S R 6 6 3.46 13 13 0 0 0 0 80.2 69 35 31 12 4 19 1 95 4 1 .229 5/26 at MIA W, 4-1 29-22 3rd/-1.5 Miller (1-0) Ziegler (0-4) Doolittle (11) 11,646 / 2:56
5/27 at MIA W, 5-2 30-22 3rd/-1.0 Strasburg (6-4) Hernandez (0-2) Kintzler (2) 11,651 / 3:08
WASHINGTON 42 40 3.67 82 82 1 81 5 26 736.2 628 316 300 96 35 238 18 762 22 1 .230 5/28 at BAL W, 6-0 31-22 2nd/-0.5 Gonzalez (6-2) Cobb (1-7) None 36,139 / 2:44
OPPONENTS 40 42 3.93 82 82 1 81 8 25 737.1 660 348 322 93 27 300 27 678 28 4 .239 5/29 at BAL W, 3-2 32-22 2nd/-0.5 Hellickson (2-0) Bundy (3-7) Doolittle (12) 13,935 / 3:14
5/30 at BAL W, 2-0 33-22 1st/0.5 Scherzer (9-1) Hess (2-2) Doolittle (13) 20,370 / 2:34
5/31 at ATL L, 2-4 33-23 2nd/-0.5 Newcomb (6-1) Roark (2-5) Vizcaino (10) 22,380 / 2:39
6/1 at ATL L, 0-4 33-24 2nd/-1.5 Foltynewicz (5-3) Strasburg (6-5) None 33,845 / 2:24 (:10 delay)
6/2 at ATL W, 5-3 34-24 2nd/-0.5 Miller (2-0) Socolovich (0-1) Doolittle (14) 39,578 / 4:00

HIGHS AND LOWS 6/3 at ATL L, 2-4 34-25 2nd/-1.5 Vizcaíno (2-2) Roark (2-6) None
6/4 OFF DAY 2nd/-1.0
6/5 vs. TBR
33,132 / 2:47

W, 4-2 35-25 2nd/-1.0 Scherzer (10-1) Eovaldi (1-1) Doolittle (15) 32,165 / 2:16
TEAM BATTING 6/6 vs. TBR W, 11-2 36-25 1st/— Roark (3-6) Venters (1-1) None 33,106 / 2:50
6/7 OFF DAY 1st/—
Most runs, game.....................................................................17 June 29 at PHI 6/8 vs. SFG L, 5-9 36-26 1st/— Moronta (2-0) Strasburg (6-6) None 41,591* / 3:04
Most runs, inning.....................................................................6 2x: May 1 vs. PIT (6th inn.), April 16 at NYM (8th inn.) 6/9 vs. SFG W, 7-5 37-26 1st/— Miller (3-0) Rodriguez (1-1) Doolittle (16) 37,701 / 3:23
6/10 vs. SFG L, 0-2 37-27 1st/— Holland (4-6) Scherzer (10-2) Strickland (13) 35,705 / 2:51
Most hits (9-inning game)......................................................18 2x: June 29 at PHI, April 25 at SFG 6/11 OFF DAY 1st/—
6/12 at NYY L, 0-3 37-28 2nd/-1.0 Sabathia (4-1) Roark (3-7) Chapman (18) 44,220 / 2:48
Most hits (extra-inning game)................................................13 April 8 vs. NYM 6/13 at NYY W, 5-4 38-28 2nd/-1.0 Miller (4-0) Shreve (2-1) Doolittle (17) 45,030 / 3:18
Most doubles, game.................................................................4 6x: Last: June 24 vs. PHI 6/14 OFF DAY 2nd/-1.5
6/15 at TOR L, 5-6 38-29 2nd/-1.5 Oh (2-2) Gonzalez (6-3) Tepera (4) 29,633 / 2:35
Most home runs, game.............................................................7 June 29 at PHI 6/16 at TOR L, 0-2 38-30 2nd/-2.5 Estrada (4-6) Scherzer (10-3) Clippard (3) 36,044 / 2:34
6/17 at TOR L, 6-8 38-31 2nd/-3.5 Tepera (4-2) Madson (1-3) None 35,146 / 3:30
Most extra-base hits, game....................................................10 June 29 at PHI 6/18 vs. NYY L, 2-4 38-32 T2nd/-3.5 Gray (5-4) Fedde (0-2) Chapman (21) 42,723* / 3:26
Most total bases, game..........................................................42 June 29 at PHI 6/19 vs. BAL
6/20 vs. BAL
W, 9-7 39-32 2nd/-3.5 Miller (5-0)
L, 0-3 39-33 T2nd/-3.5 Castro (2-2)
Scott (0-1) Doolittle (19) 33,391 / 2:59
Gonzalez (6-4) None 32,153 / 2:34 (2:43 delay)
Most walks (9-inning game)...................................................10 2x: April 15 vs. COL, April 2 at ATL 6/21 vs. BAL W, 4-2 40-33 2nd/-3.0 Herrera (2-1) Givens (0-4) Doolittle (20) 36,868 / 2:42
6/22 vs. PHI L, 2-12 40-34 3rd/-3.0 Eflin (5-2) Roark (3-8) None 35,630 / 3:30
Most walks (extra-inning game)...............................................8 July 1 at PHI 6/23 vs. PHI L, 3-5 40-35 3rd/-3.0 Nola (9-2) Fedde (0-3) Dominguez (4) 40,341* / 3:03
Most strikeouts (9-inning game)............................................13 April 16 at NYM 6/24 vs. PHI
6/25 at TBR
W, 8-6 41-35 3rd/-3.0 Madson (2-3) Dominguez (1-2) Doolittle (21) 29,314 / 3:47 (:38)
L, 0-11 41-36 3rd/-4.0 Snell (10-4) Gonzalez (6-5) None 13,624 / 2:51
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game)......................................18 June 2 at ATL (14.0 Inn.) 6/26 at TBR L, 0-1 41-37 3rd/-4.0 Eovaldi (2-3) Scherzer (10-4) Romo (6) 14,289 / 2:45
6/27 OFF DAY 3rd/-3.5
Most runners left on base (9-inning game)............................13 April 2 at ATL 6/28 at PHI L, 3-4 41-38 3rd/-4.0 Nola (10-2) Roark (3-9) Dominguez (6) 25,026 / 3:09
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game)......................14 April 8 vs. NYM (12.0 Inn.) 6/29 at PHI
6/30 at PHI
W, 17-7 42-38 3rd/-4.0 Fedde (1-3)
L, 2-3 42-39 3rd/-5.0 Arano (1-0)
Pivetta (4-7) None 36,904 / 3:43
Hellickson (2-1) Dominguez (7) 42,746 / 3:20
Fewest hits, game....................................................................2 4x: June 25 at TBR, June 1 at ATL, May 5 vs. PHI, April 21 at LAD 7/1 at PHI L, 3-4 (13) 42-40 3rd/-6.0 Pivetta (5-7) Miller (5-1) None 22,051 / 4:28
7/2 vs. BOS
INDIVIDUAL BATTING 7/3 vs. BOS
Most hits, game........................................................................5 2x: Trea Turner (4/25 at SFG), Adam Eaton (3/31 at CIN) 7/4 vs. BOS
7/5 vs. MIA
Most runs, game.......................................................................4 3x: Last: Trea Turner (6/29 at PHI) 7/6 vs. MIA
7/7 vs. MIA
Most doubles, game..................................................................3 Bryce Harper (6/24 vs. PHI) 7/8 vs. MIA
Most home runs, game..............................................................2 9x: Last: Juan Soto (6/29 at PHI) 7/9 at PIT
7/10 at PIT
Most extra-base hits, game.......................................................3 4x: Last: Anthony Rendon (6/29 at PHI) 7/11 at PIT
7/12 at NYM
Most RBI, game.........................................................................6 Matt Adams (4/25 at SFG) 7/13 at NYM
Most stolen bases, game...........................................................4 Michael A. Taylor (6/17 at TOR) 7/14 at NYM
7/15 at NYM
Most strikeouts, game...............................................................5 Trea Turner (6/2 at ATL, 14.0 Inn.) 7/16-19 ALL STAR BREAK (89TH ALL-STAR GAME TO BE PLAYED IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ON JULY 17)
7/20 vs. ATL
Most walks, game.....................................................................4 Bryce Harper (4/2 at ATL) 7/21 vs. ATL
Most total bases, game...........................................................11 Ryan Zimmerman (4/18 at NYM) 7/22 vs. ATL
7/23 at MIL
Longest hitting streak................................................. 13 games Michael A. Taylor (6/2-22) and Trea Turner (5/19-6/1) 7/24 at MIL
7/25 at MIL
TEAM PITCHING 7/26 at MIA
Most strikeouts (9-inning game).............................................18 May 6 vs. PHI 7/27 at MIA
7/28 at MIA
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game).......................................18 April 8 vs. NYM (12.0 Inn.) 7/29 at MIA
7/30 OFF DAY
Most walks (9-inning game).....................................................8 June 22 vs. PHI 7/31 vs. NYM
Most walks (extra-inning game) ...............................................7 April 1 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 8/1 vs. NYM
8/2 vs. CIN
Most runs allowed, game........................................................13 April 3 at ATL 8/3 vs. CIN
8/4 vs. CIN
Most runs allowed, inning.......................................................11 April 18 at NYM (8th Inn.) 8/5 vs. CIN
Most hits allowed, game.........................................................15 4x: June 22 vs. PHI, June 17 at TOR, June 8 vs. SFG, April 3 at ATL 8/6 OFF DAY
8/7 vs. ATL
Most hits allowed (extra-inning game)....................................11 April 11 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 8/8 vs. ATL
8/9 vs. ATL
Fewest hits allowed, game........................................................2 April 14 vs COL, April 9 vs. ATL 8/10 at CHI
Most home runs allowed, game.................................................4 June 17 at TOR 8/11 at CHI
8/12 at CHI
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING 8/13 at STL
8/14 at STL
Most innings pitched, starter.................................................9.0 Max Scherzer (4/9 vs. ATL) 8/15 at STL
Most innings pitched, reliever................................................3.0 2x: Justin Miller (6/25 at TBR & 6/2 at ATL) 8/16 at STL
8/17 vs. MIA
Most strikeouts, starter...........................................................15 Max Scherzer (5/6 vs. PHI) 8/18 vs. MIA
8/19 vs. MIA
Most strikeouts, reliever............................................................5 2x: Justin Miller (6/2 at ATL), Sammy Solis (4/8 vs. NYM) 8/20 OFF DAY
Longest winning streak................................................. 9 games Max Scherzer (4/9-6/5) 8/21 vs. PHI
8/22 vs. PHI
Longest losing streak.................................................... 4 games Tanner Roark (5/1-6/3) 8/23 vs. PHI
8/24 at NYM
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter.........................15.0 Max Scherzer (5/30-6/5) 8/25 at NYM
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever........................13.0 Brandon Kintzler (4/11-5/4) 8/26 at NYM
8/27 at PHI
Most earned runs allowed.......................................................10 A.J. Cole (4/3 at ATL) 8/28 at PHI
8/29 at PHI
Most hits allowed....................................................................10 A.J. Cole (4/3 at ATL) 8/30 OFF DAY
Most walks allowed...................................................................5 2x: Gio Gonzalez (5/25 at TBR), Tanner Roark (5/31 at ATL) 8/31 vs. MIL
9/1 vs. MIL
Most home runs allowed............................................................2 16x; Last: Erick Fedde (6/29 at PHI) 9/2 vs. MIL
9/3 vs. STL
MISCELLANEOUS TEAM 9/4 vs. STL
Longest winning streak................................................. 6 games 2x: May 25-30 and April 29-May 4 9/5 vs. STL
9/6 vs. CHI
Longest losing streak.................................................... 5 games April 3 to April 9 9/7 vs. CHI
9/8 vs. CHI
Longest game, innings.........................................................14.0 June 2 at ATL 9/9 vs. CHI
Longest game, time (9-inning game)...................................3:47 June 24 vs PHI 9/10 at PHI
9/11 at PHI
Longest game, time (extra-inning game).............................4:28 July 1 at PHI (13.0 inn.) 9/12 at PHI
9/13 OFF DAY
Shortest game, time.............................................................2:16 June 6 vs. TBR 9/14 at ATL
Largest crowd, Nationals Park..........................................42,477 April 5 vs. NYM 9/15 at ATL
9/16 at ATL
Smallest crowd, Nationals Park........................................19,357 April 10 vs. ATL 9/17 at MIA
9/18 at MIA
Largest winning margin..................................................13 runs April 25 at SFG (W, 15-2) 9/19 OFF DAY
Largest losing margin.....................................................11 runs June 25 at TBR (L, 0-11) 9/20 vs. NYM
9/21 vs. NYM
Largest deficit overcome to win.........................................5 runs April 16 at NYM (Behind, 6-1 after T1st, W8-6) 9/22 vs. NYM
9/23 vs. NYM
Largest lead relinquished to lose......................................3 runs 2x: Last: July 1 at PHI (Ahead 3-0 after T5th, L3-4 in 13 innings) 9/24 vs. MIA
Most double plays turned..........................................................3 May 28 at BAL 9/25 vs. MIA
9/26 vs. MIA
Most double plays hit into.........................................................3 3x: July 1 at PHI (13 inn.), June 21 vs. BAL, April 11 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 9/27 OFF DAY
9/28 at COL
Most errors................................................................................2 3x: May 13 at ARI, May 9 at SDP, April 16 at NYM 9/29 at COL
9/30 at COL