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Washington Nationals (75-74) at Atlanta Braves (83-65)

RHP Tanner Roark (8-15, 4.37) | LHP Sean Newcomb (12-8, 3.82)
Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018 l 1:35 p.m. ET l Game #150 / Road #76
SunTrust Park l Atlanta, Ga.
Television: MASN 2 | 106.7 The Fan & Nationals Radio Network

Standing: 75-74, 3rd place, National League East • Home: 37-37 • Road: 38-37 • Streak: W1 • Last Five: 3-2 • Last Ten: 5-5
WHEN... NATIONALS NEWS OPPONENT
Leading after 6...................56-8 MAKING HISTORY ATLANTA BRAVES
Tied after 6 ........................ 7-14 The Washington Nationals topped the Atlanta Braves, 7-1, in the second game of this three-game series... Dave Martinez capped his 16-year Major League
Trailing after 6 ................ 12-52 Nationals batters drew 14 walks in Saturday’s game, setting a new Nationals record (2005-pres.)...The previ- career with Atlanta in 2001, hitting .287 in 120
ous record was 12, done twice (last: Sept. 19, 2008 vs. SDP)...Nationals pitchers combined to limit Braves games...The Braves made Nationals pitching coach
Leading after 7.................. 60-6
batters to just two hits, including 4.2 IP of scoreless relief from Jefry Rodriguez. Derek Lilliquist their irst-round selection (6th over-
Tied after 7 .......................... 5-8
Trailing after 7 ................ 10-60 • Following Sunday’s game, the Nationals will head to Miami for a two-game series against the Marlins. all) in the 1987 Amateur Draft.

Leading after 8.................. 65-2 TEENS TAKING BASES THE SERIES


Tied after 8 ........................ 5-10 Juan Soto went 1-for-2 with one RBI, three walks, three stolen bases and TOTAL HR BY TEENS
Prior to this season, the Nationals had not dropped a
Trailing after 8 .................. 5-62 two runs scored in Saturday’s game...With the three stolen bases, Soto Rk. Player Home Runs
season series to the Braves since 2014 (8-11).
1. Tony Conigliaro (1964) 24
Extra innings: ......................4-9 became the youngest player since 1900 to steal three bases in a single 2. Bryce Harper (2012) 22
game, a mark previously held by Rickey Henderson who stole three bases 3. Juan Soto (2018) 20 2018 / BY THE NUMBERS
Scoring irst......................57-25 on August 23, 1979 at 20 years, 241 days, per Elias. 2018 W-L ..................8-10 (5-4 in D.C., 3-6 in ATL)
SEASON RBI BY TEENS
Opponent scores irst ...... 18-49 • Soto extended his on-base streak to 20 straight games...He has Streak ................................................................W1
Shutouts ........................... 6-14 hit safely in nine straight games, hitting 13-for-37 (.351) with two Rk. Player RBI
Aggregate Score ................Nationals 74, Braves 80
1. Phil Cavarretta (1935) 82
Scoring fewer than 3 ......... 7-40 doubles, four homers, nine RBI, six walks, three stolen bases and nine 5. Mickey Mantle (1951) 65
Scoring 3 or more ............ 68-34 runs scored during the nine-game stretch. 6. Jimmy Sheckard (1898) 64 ALL-TIME SERIES / BY THE NUMBERS
Scoring 5 or more ............ 55-14 • He has clubbed four homers in his last ive games, including his third 7. Juan Soto (2018) 63 W-L / Nationals (2005-present) ................ 134-124
career multi-homer game on Tuesday night...His three multi-homer .300 BY TEENS W-L / Home (2005-present)........................... 76-54
Series opener................... 26-23 games are the most by a teenager in Major League history.
Rk. Player AVG W-L / Nationals Park (2008-present) ............ 62-41
Series inale .................... 22-25 • Soto is on pace to have one of the best seasons for a teenager in Major 1. Mel Ott (1928) .322 W-L / Away (2005-present) ........................... 58-70
Home series W-L-T ...... 10-10-4 League Baseball history...See boxes to the right and additional note 2. Edgar Renteria (1996) .309 W-L / Franchise (Expos/Nationals) ............ 348-366
Road series W-L-T ......... 9-13-2 sheets about Soto’s 2018 season. *Since 1900, only 2 teenagers have
Total series W-L-T........ 19-23-6 hit .300 in a season (min. 400 PA) 2018 AGAINST THE BRAVES
CHASING 100-100-100 *Juan Soto: .304 in 440 PA
DATE RESULT WIN-LOSS-SAVE
Home series sweeps ............ 3-3
Bryce Harper enters Sunday with 94 runs scored, 95 RBI and 116 walks in .400 OBP BY TEENS 4/2@ATL W, 8-1 Roark-Newcomb-None
Road series sweeps ..............6-3
2018...He is looking to become the sixth player since 2014 to record at least Rk. Player OBP 4/3@ATL L, 6-13 Carle-Cole-None
Total series sweeps ............. 9-6
100 runs, RBI and walks in a season...He would join Joey Votto (2017), 1. Mel Ott (1928) .397 4/4@ATL L, 1-7 Foltynewicz-Scherzer-None
At home ........................... 37-37 Aaron Judge (2017), Mike Trout (2016), Paul Goldschmidt (2015) and Jose 2. Edgar Renteria (1996) .358 4/9vsATL W, 2-0 Scherzer-Teheran-None
On the road ..................... 38-37 Bautista (2015, 2014). *Since 1900, no teens have an OBP
4/10vsATL W, 4-1 Strasburg-Foltynewicz-Madson
• Since the All-Star break, Harper ranks in the National League in RBI > .400 (min. 400 PA) in a season 4/11vsATL L, 3-5 Carle-Madson-None
After day off ...................... 5-11 *Juan Soto: .421 OBP in 440 PA
(2nd, 41), OBP (3rd, .432), OPS (5th, .985), runs (T5th, 37) and dou- 5/31@ATL L, 2-4 Newcomb-Roark-Vizcaino
One-run games ............... 18-23 bles (T8th, 14), .500 SLG BY TEENS 6/1@ATL L, 0-4 Foltynewicz-Strasburg-None
Two-run games................ 19-20 • On the season, he ranks in the NL in homers (T3rd, 33), OBP (5th, Rk. Player SLG 6/2@ATL W, 5-3(14)Miller-Socolovich-Doolittle
Opp. at or above .500 .......42-46 .388), RBI (6th, 95) and OPS (10th, .886). 1. Tony Conigliaro (1964) .530 6/3@ATL L, 4-2 Vizcaino-Roark-None
2. Mel Ott (1928) .524 7/20vsATL L, 5-8 Sanchez-Strasburg-Minter
Opp. below .500 ...............33-28 *Since 1900, only 2 teens have a SLG
STREAKING OF TONY 7/21vsATL PPD due to rain
Come-from-behind wins........ 25 > .500 (min. 400 PA) in a season
Anthony Rendon reached base three times on Saturday with a single, 7/22vsATL W, 6-2 Scherzer-Foltynewicz-Herrera
Last at-bat W-L ............... 13-16 *Juan Soto: .534 SLG in 440 PA
a double and a walk, extending his on-base streak to a career-high 24 8/7vsATL W, 8-3 Rodriguez-Allard-None
Walk-off W-L ....................... 5-6 games...The 24-game streak is tied for sixth-longest in the National League 8/7vsATL L, 1-3 Biddle-Herrera-Minter
Facing left-handed SP..... 15-24 this season and it is the longest by a Nationals batter this season...During the streak he is batting .313 (30- 8/8vsATL L, 3-8 Foltynewicz-Milone-None
Facing right-handed SP . 60-50 for-96) with 11 doubles, three home runs, 13 RBI, 14 walks, two stolen bases and 20 runs scored. 8/9vsATL W(5, 6-3 Gonzalez-Parsons-None
• Rendon has been a doubles machine since Sept. 3...In 12 games since that date, eight of his 16 hits 9/14@ATL L, 10-5 Gausman-Scherzer-None
Day games ...................... 28-29 have been doubles...All told, he is hitting .327 (16-for-49) with seven RBI, one home run, seven walks, 9/15@ATL W, 7-1 Rodriguez-Teheran-None
Night games.................... 47-45 one stolen base and 11 runs scored. 9/16@ATL
March/April ..................... 13-16 • Rendon’s 40 doubles are the second-most for him in a season and is one shy of his career-high 41 in
May ................................... 20-7 2017.
June................................... 9-16 • Since 2016, his 119 doubles are the most in the National League and are good for third in all of Major DAVE MARTINEZ
July .................................. 11-14 League Baseball behind Jose Ramirez (137) and Mookie Betts (130)...On the season his 40 doubles Nationals manager Dave Martinez was named the
August............................. 14-15 ranks tied for irst in the National League. seventh ield manager in Nationals history on Oct.
Sept./Oct. ............................ 8-6 30, 2017. He joined the Nationals for what will be
BEST OF THE BEST his 30th season in professional baseball. A) 16-year
Pre All-Star break ............ 48-48
Since the All-Star break, Washington’s offense ranks in the National League in OPS (1st, .787), on-base Major League outielder, Martinez has been a Major
Post All-Star break .......... 27-26
percentage (1st, .347), batting average (1st, .265), doubles (1st, 106), runs (1st, 282), stolen bases (1st, 42, League coach for the last 10 seasons, serving as Cubs
Wearing home whites ...... 10-14 walks (2nd, 215) and slugging percentage (2nd, .440). manager Joe Maddon’s bench coach and right-hand
Wearing road greys...........29-26 • Washington’s second-half surge has placed them among the top ive NL offenses in 2018 in on-base man in Chicago (2015–17) as well as Tampa Bay
Wearing red alternates .... 14-15 percentage (3rd, .331), home runs (5th, 176) and OPS (5th, .747). (2008–14). This is the irst Major League managerial
Wearing blue alternates .......7-2 assignment of Martinez’s career.
Wearing blue stars & stripes ... 4-5
Wearing white stars & stripes. 12-11 NATIONALS HISTORY WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
When homering ................60-38 September 16 (6-4 on this date) @chelsea_janes (Sept. 15) - Washington Post
When playing error free ....48-49 2013 – Washington’s game vs. Atlanta was postponed after the tragic events that took place at the nearby What kind of player could Juan Soto become if he
When SP goes 6.0+ IP ......48-32 Washington Navy Yard earlier that morning. Twelve people were killed and three injured when a shooter opened steals bases like that?
When SP goes 7.0+ IP ..... 29-12 ire at the NAVSEA headquarters located in the Navy Yard’s Building 197. The game would be rescheduled as
When SP goes 8.0+ IP ......... 9-0 a part of a doubleheader the following the day. For our neighbors at the Navy Yard, we stand beside you. We Difo, after a long pause:
remember the lives lost and the lives forever changed ive years ago today.
vs. NL East ...................... 34-31 “Barry Bonds?”
vs. NL Central.................. 17-16
vs. NL West.......................13-16
vs. AL East ........................ 9-11
IN THE COMMUNITY @MarkZuckerman (Sept. 15) - MASNSports.com
September 22: Adam Eaton’s Rev Up The Park Car Show 45 pitches through 3 hitless innings of relief for Ro-
Rev Up the Park is a charity car show at Nationals Park beneitting the Dragonly Foundation supporting driguez.
pediatric cancer families and patients. The charity car show, hosted by the Nationals Dream Foundation, in
partnership with Adam Eaton, brings car enthusiasts and baseball fans together to showcase their vehicles @MarkZuckerman (Sept. 15) - MASNSports.com
in Geico Garage at Nationals Park. Join Adam on Sept. 22nd from 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. For more information, Oh, and Jefry Rodriguez just recorded his first career
and to register your car, please visit www.dragonly.org. RBI. #Nats lead 6-1.

SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS


DATE OPP./SITE D.C. TIME D.C. TV DC RADIO NATIONALS STARTER OPPONENTS STARTER
Sun., Sept. 16 at ATL 1:35 p.m. MASN 2 106.7 The Fan RHP Tanner Roark (8-15, 4.37) LHP Sean Newcomb (12-8, 3.82)
• Tanner Roark is 7-4 with a 2.97 ERA in 15 career starts against the Atlanta Braves...The seven wins are his second-most against any team.
Mon., Sept. 17 at MIA 7:10 p.m. MASN 106.7 The Fan RHP Erick Fedde (2-3, 5.12) TBA
• Erick Fedde will make his irst career start against the Miami Marlins.
Tue., Sept. 18 at MIA 7:10 p.m. MASN 106.7 The Fan RHP Stephen Strasburg (8-7, 3.87) TBA
• In his last four starts against the Marlins, dating back to 2017, Stephen Strasburg is 4-0 with a 0.67 ERA, including a shutout on Aug. 30, 2017.
#57 - TANNER ROARK - RHP SPLITS
Right-hander is one of MLB’s top unheralded pitching performers...Is 58-50 with a 3.61 ERA in 140 career starts...He has eclipsed the 13-win mark 2018
in each of his seasons as a full-time starter (2014, 2016-pres.)...Since 2014, he ranks fifth among MLB starting pitchers in hard-hit rate (25.6%), Home ...... 4-8, 5.24 ERA (47 ER/80.2 IP), 14 G / 14 GS
Road....... 4-7, 3.63 ERA (38 ER/94.1 IP), 16 G / 15 GS
according to FanGraphs.com...Has tossed at least 7.0 innings in 53 of his 140 starts, going 31-11 with a 1.71 ERA in those 53 starts...Helped Team
vs. Left ............................................ .268 / .334 / .439
USA bring home the Gold Medal in the 2017 World Baseball Classic...Is stellar with the glove, having committed just two errors in 136 games (677.1 vs. Right.......................................... .259 / .305 / .405
IP) since the start of 2015 - a .985 fielding percentage. SO/9.0 IP ..............................................................7.35
AGAINST THE BRAVES: Faces the Braves for the fourth time this season (three starts)...Is 1-1 with a 3.29 ERA in two previous starts this season...Has BB/9.0 IP ..............................................................2.47
appeared in 22 games (15 starts) against Atlanta in his career. HR/9.0 IP ..............................................................1.18
LAST START: Did not factor into the decision in the 7-6 victory on Sept. 11 at Philadelphia...Allowed ive earned runs on 10 hits...Struck out two batters SO/BB...................................................................2.98
without issuing a walk for the ifth sraight start. GB%................................................................. 42.7%
FB% ................................................................. 57.3%
2018 NOTES
RS/RSA .........................................................97 / 4.99
• Has not issued a walk since Aug. 16 at STL (Harrison Bader, 5th inn.), a streak of 25.2 IP spanning six starts...In his last ive starts (24.2 IP), he Team Record When Starting .............................. 12-18
has recorded 17 strikeouts without a walk. Quality Starts ..........................................................17
• Since July 25, ranks in the National League in strikeout/walks (3rd, 9.00). March/April ...2-2, 3.55 ERA (15 ER/38.0 IP), 6 G / 6 GS
• Ranks tied for ifth in the National league having induced 18 double plays...His 17 quality starts are tied for 11th in the National League. May ............ 0-3, 3.18 ERA (12 ER/34.0 IP), 5 G / 5 GS
• Has tossed at least 7.0 innings in 11 of his 29 starts...His 11 starts of at least 7.0 IP rank ifth the National League. June............ 1-4, 6.08 ERA (18 ER/26.2 IP), 6 G / 5 GS
• From July 25-Aug. 25, he pitched to a 1.61 ERA (8 ER/44.2 IP) over seven games...Opposing batters hit .204 (33-for-162) and collected just seven July ............. 2-3, 5.23 ERA (18 ER/31.0 IP), 5 G / 5 GS
August........ 3-2, 2.78 ERA (11 ER/35.2 IP), 6 G / 6 GS
extra-base hits (4 2B, 3 HR) over the stretch...He had 36 strikeouts, ive walks and a 0.85 WHIP along the way...Washington went 6-1 in those starts.
Sept./Oct. ... 0-1, 10.24 ERA (11 ER/9.2 IP), 2 G / 2 GS
• Tossed 17.0 scoreless innings from July 13-31, the second-longest streak by a National in 2018 and the 16th-longest streak among National League
starters this season. CAREER
• Earned his third straight win, tossing 7.0 innings of one-run ball in Washington’s 2-1 win against Cincinnati on Aug. 5...Struck out two batters Home ...................31-27, 1 SV, 3.72 ERA, 88 G / 67 GS
without issuing a walk...Allowed seven hits. Road............................ 32-27, 3.48 ERA, 93 G / 73 GS
• Continued his run of strong pitching with 7.0 innings of four-hit, one-run ball as the Nationals topped the Mets, 25-4, on July 31...Recieved as vs. Left ............................................ .256 / .329 / .407
many runs of support (19) as he did in his last eight starts combined...Struck out seven batters without issuing a walk...Lone run came via solo vs. Right........................................... .239/ .283 / .350
home run in the seventh inning.
vs. ATLANTA BRAVES
• Received 35 total runs of support in 15 starts from May 5 to July 25 (3.27 runs of support per game)...Prior to the start on July 31 (19 runs of sup- Career . 7-5, 3.08 ERA (38 ER/ 111.0 IP), 22 G / 15 GS
port), his 4.11 run support average this season was seventh lowest in the National League...Following that start, his 5.21 runs of support was the 2018............. 1-2, 4.50 ERA (7 ER/14.0 IP), 3 G / 2 GS
11th-highest in the National League. Career Home .5-1, 2.63 ERA (15 ER/51.1 IP), 11 G / 7 GS
• Earned his fourth win of the season, his irst since June 6 at TBR, on 7/25 at MIL ...Struck out a season-high 11 batters while tossing a season-high Career Road .2-4, 3.47 ERA (23 ER/59.2 IP), 11 G /8 GS
8.0 scoreless innings..He gave up just three hits and one walk in the 7-3 victory over MIL.
• Allowed one earned run on seven hits in 6.0 innings of work on June 28 at Philadelphia...Struck out ive batters and issued three walks...Was the CAREER BESTS
Innings ..................................... 9.0, (4/26/14 vs. SDP)
fewest earned runs allowed in a start snce May 26 at Miami.
Strikeouts ................................... 15 (4/23/16 vs. MIN)
• He tossed 6.0 IP, giving up three runs on six hits while walking two and striking out ive on June 12 at New York (AL)...He completed at least 6.0 IP Shutouts....................................... 1 (4/26/14 vs. SDP)
for the 11th straight start dating to April 13. Complete Games .......................... 1 (4/26/14 vs. SDP)
• Matched a season-high nine strikeouts on May 5 vs. PHI, but was saddled with the loss.
• Struck out a season-high nine batters in 5.0 innings pitched on April 8 vs. New York. vs. BRAVES
• Opened the season with 7.0 strong innings on April 2 at ATL...Allowed one earned run on four hits while striking out six and walking one as Wash-
PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
ington topped Atlanta, 8-1...Right-handed batters went 0-for-6 with one strikeout against him.
Adams
CAREER STATISTICS
2018 1 0 0 0 .000
Year Team Lg W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
Career 4 1 0 0 .250
2013 WSH NL  7  1  0  0  14  5  0  53.2  38  11  9  1  11  40  0.91  2.39  1.51
Albies
2014 WSH NL  15  10  0  0  31  31  1  198.2  178  64  63  16  39  138  1.09  3.44  2.85
2018 6 2 0 1 .333
2015 WSH NL  4  7  1  2  40  12  0  111.0  119  55  54  17  26  70  1.31  4.73  4.38
Career 12 5 1 4 .417
2016 WSH NL  16  10  0  0  34  33  0  210.0  173  72  66  17  73  172  1.17  3.83  2.83
Camargo
2017 WSH NL  13  11  0  0  32  30  0  181.1  178  105  94  23  64  166  1.33  4.15  4.67
2018 3 0 0 0 .000
2018 WSH NL 8 15 0 0 30 29 0 175.0 176 88 85 23 48 143 1.28 4.19 4.37
Career 10 4 0 1 .400
Totals 63 54 1 2 181 140 1 929.2 862 395 371 97 261 729 1.21 3.89 3.59
Culberson
2018 GAME LOG 2018 1 1 1 2 1.000
Date Opp. Res. W L ERA GS CG GF IP H R ER HR BB HB SO AVG RS #Pit Career 1 1 1 2 1.000
4/2 at ATL W, 8-1 1 0 1.29 1 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 0 1 0 6 .167 6 93 Duda
4/8 vs. NYM L, 5-6 0 0 4.50 1 0 0 5.0 5 5 5 2 4 0 9 .205 4 100 2018 0 0 0 0 —
4/13 vs. COL L, 2-1 0 1 3.50 1 0 0 6.0 3 2 1 1 1 0 3 .188 11 96 Career 16 4 0 0 .250
4/18 at NYM L, 5-11 0 0 3.24 1 0 0 7.0 2 2 2 0 3 1 6 .161 4 103 Duvall
4/24 at SFG L, 3-4 0 1 3.77 1 0 0 6.0 6 4 4 2 2 1 4 .182 3 105 2018 0 0 0 0 —
4/30 vs. PIT W, 3-2 1 0 3.55 1 0 0 7.0 6 2 2 1 2 0 4 .194 3 105 Career 10 4 0 2 .400
5/5 vs. PHI L, 1-3 0 1 3.65 1 0 0 6.1 6 3 3 1 3 0 9 .203 1 115 Flaherty
5/10 at ARI W, 2-1 0 0 3.33 1 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 0 0 1 4 .197 1 107 2018 4 1 0 0 .250
5/19 vs. LAD L, 1-4 0 1 3.39 1 0 0 7.0 6 3 3 0 1 1 8 .201 1 117 Career 9 2 0 1 .222
5/26 at MIA W, 4-1 0 0 3.17 1 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 0 2 0 5 .198 1 111 Flowers
5/31 at ATL L, 2-4 0 1 3.38 1 0 0 6.2 7 4 4 0 5 1 3 .207 2 98 2018 1 0 0 0 .000
6/3 at ATL L, 2-4 0 1 3.61 0 0 1 0.1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 .212 0 10 Career 6 0 0 0 .000
6/6 vs. TBR W, 11-2 1 0 3.56 1 0 0 6.0 6 2 2 1 1 0 4 .216 10 84 Freeman
6/12 at NYY L, 0-3 0 1 3.63 1 0 0 6.0 6 3 3 2 2 0 5 .219 0 106 2018 5 2 0 1 .400
6/17 at TOR L, 6-8 0 0 3.87 1 0 0 4.0 8 4 4 1 2 1 2 .230 3 97 Career 42 13 0 2 .310
6/22 vs. PHI L, 2-12 0 1 4.27 1 0 0 4.1 7 6 6 1 4 0 7 .237 2 113 Inciarte
6/28 at PHI L, 3-4 0 1 4.10 1 0 0 6.0 7 2 1 0 3 1 5 .243 1 107 2018 7 3 0 0 .429
7/3 vs. BOS L, 4-11 0 1 4.60 1 0 0 7.0 10 9 9 2 2 0 4 .250 3 98 Career 29 12 1 4 .414
7/8 vs. MIA L, 2-10 0 1 4.76 1 0 0 4.0 10 4 4 0 3 2 5 .263 2 102 Markakis
7/13 at NYM L, 2-4 0 1 4.87 1 0 0 5.0 8 4 4 0 2 0 5 .268 1 87 2018 5 1 0 0 .200
7/25 at MIL W, 7-3 1 0 4.55 1 0 0 8.0 3 0 0 0 1 0 11 .259 7 106 Career 30 8 3 4 .267
7/31 vs. NYM W, 25-4 1 0 4.37 1 0 0 7.0 4 1 1 1 0 0 7 .254 25 94 Rivera
8/5 vs. CIN W, 2-1 1 0 4.21 1 0 0 7.0 7 1 1 0 0 0 2 .254 2 88 2018 0 0 0 0 —
8/11 at CHI W, 9-4 1 0 4.12 1 0 0 7.2 9 2 2 0 1 1 7 .257 9 117 Career 16 4 0 1 .250
8/16 at STL W, 5-4 1 0 4.13 1 0 0 6.0 5 4 3 1 3 0 1 .255 5 97 Ruiz
8/21 vs. PHI W, 10-4 0 0 4.05 1 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .253 1 41 2018 0 0 0 0 —
8/25 at NYM L, 0-3 0 1 3.95 1 0 0 6.0 4 1 1 1 0 0 7 .250 0 90 Career 4 1 0 0 .250
8/31 vs. MIL L, 4-1 0 1 4.03 1 0 0 6.0 6 4 4 3 0 0 3 .250 1 95 Suzuki
9/5 vs. STL L, 6-7 0 1 4.23 1 0 0 5.0 10 6 6 2 0 0 4 .257 1 111 2018 0 0 0 0 —
9/11 at PHI W, 7-6 0 0 4.37 1 0 0 4.2 10 5 5 0 0 0 2 .263 97 70 Career 10 1 1 2 .100
Totals W L ERA GS CG GF INN H R ER HR BB HB SO AVG RS #PIT Swanson
8 15 4.37 29 0 1 175.0 176 88 85 23 48 10 143 .263 97 2863 2018 6 1 0 0 .167
WIN% WHIP QS SHO BFP AB H/9 2B 3B HR/9 BB/9 BK SO/9 OBP RSA #P/IP Career 15 1 0 0 .067
.348 1.28 17 0 737 669 9.05 31 3 1.18 2.47 0 7.35 .319 4.99 16.4 Tucker
Team Rec SH IR ISC IRS% SB CS PCS PKO GIDP GB GB% SO/BB SLG OPS BABIP 2018 8 2 0 1 .250
12-18 4 0 0 — 6 7 0 1 18 225 42.7% 2.98 .422 .741 .301 Career 8 2 0 1 .250

TOMORROW’S STARTER
FEDDE, Erick #23 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 0 0 8 8 0 38.2 43 22 22 6 13 35 1.45 4.34 5.12
Career WSH NL 2 4 0 0 11 11 0 54.0 68 38 38 11 21 50 1.65 5.16 6.33

YR OPP. LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP SO/9.0 ERA


2018 vs. MIA NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
Career vs. MIA NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — —
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 • #52 J. Cordero
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 19.1 18 7 7 4 11 17 1.50 5.76 3.26 • #62 S. Doolittle • #30 K. Glover
LAST: 9/14 at ATL (0.1 IP, H, BB) • #33 M. Grace • #56 G. Holland
Veteran of four Major League seasons, playing in 228 games with the Kansas City Royals (2011-2014)...Signed with Washington before 2017 season. • #36 S. Solis • #53 K. McGowin
• Since being recalled on 8/14, has tossed scoreles relief in 11 of 14 appearances. • #60 J. Miller
• Has held MLB left-handed batters to a .176 AVG (6-for-34) this season...Opposing LH batters hit just .167 (8-for-48) against him in Syracuse. • #68 J. Rodriguez
HOLDS: 3 IR / IS: 23 / 5 OPP. SLASH: .250 / .349 / .444 • #51 W. Suero
CORDERO, Jimmy #52 RHP • #50 A. Voth
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
• #53 A. Williams
2018 WSH NL 1 2 0 0 15 0 0 12.2 16 9 9 2 8 10 1.89 5.96 6.39
LAST: 9/14 at ATL (0.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER)
Hard-throwing right-hander made his MLB debut in 2018 after parts of seven seasons with the Blue Jays, Phillies, and Nationals organizations.
vs. BRAVES
• In 10 games from Aug. 4 - Sept. 4: 1-1, 2.08 ERA (2 ER/8.2 IP)...Was recalled on 8/18...Made his MLB debut on 8/2 vs. CIN. PLAYER W L S G IP ER ERA
• Went 4-1 with 6 saves, a 1.96 ERA (10 ER/46.0 IP), 53 SO and zero homers in 41 games with Triple-A Syracuse. Collins
HOLDS: IR / IS: 8 / 4 OPP. SLASH: .286 / .394 / .446 2018 0 0 0 3 1.0 0 0.00
DOOLITTLE, Sean #62 LHP Career 0 1 0 4 2.0 1 4.50
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Cordero
2018 WSH NL 3 3 23 24 38 0 0 40.1 21 8 8 3 4 52 0.62 1.96 1.79 2018 0 0 0 1 0.0 2 —
LAST: 9/13 vs. CHC (L, 1.1 IP, 3 H, ER) Career 0 0 0 1 0.0 2 —
Hard-throwing left-handed reliever came to Washington via mid-July 2017 trade that helped solidify Washington’s bullpen. Doolittle
• Returned from the DL on 9/2...15 G priro to DL stint: 2-0, 12-for-12 in SVO, 0.54 ERA (1 ER/16.2 IP), 17 SO, zero BB. 2018 0 0 1 2 2.0 0 0.00
• Leads NL RP in SO/BB (13.00) opp. OBP (.173) and WHIP (0.62)...Leads the NL with a 95.8 save% (23-for-24), while his 23 saves are 8th in the NL. Career 0 0 3 6 5.2 3 4.76
HOLDS: IR / IS: 9 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .150 / .185 / .236 Fedde
GLOVER, Koda #30 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 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
2018 WSH NL 1 2 1 1 17 0 0 13.1 9 4 4 1 8 7 1.28 4.86 2.70
Glover
LAST: 9/13 vs. CHC (0.2 IP, BB)
2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
Tall, powerful right-handed reliever who was the second member of the 2015 Draft class to make the Major Leagues with his debut in 2016.
• Last 12 G: 1-0, 0.93 ERA (1 ER/9.2 IP), .097 opp. AVG (3-for-31)...Has tossed scoreless relief in 11 of the 12...Earned irst save of 2018 on 8/17 at STL. Career 2 0 1 7 6.0 4 6.00
• Went 1-0 with 2 saves and a 2.25 ERA (2 ER/8.0 IP) 8 G with Syracuse in 2018...Led MLB rookies with eight saves in 2017. Grace
HOLDS: 5 IR / IS: 6 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .188 / .304 / .271 2018 0 0 0 8 9.0 1 1.00
GRACE, Matt #33 LHP Career 1 0 0 20 19.2 3 1.37
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Hellickson
2018 WSH NL 1 1 0 0 50 0 0 54.1 49 19 16 5 12 46 1.12 3.40 2.65 2018 0 0 0 2 3.1 0 0.00
LAST: 9/15 at ATL (1.1 IP, Career 2 0 0 7 31.1 10 2.87
Lefty with a heavy fastball/slider repertoire that induced groundballs at a rate of 57.0% in his 119 career big league games (MLB average: 45%). Holland
• Last 28 G: 1-1, 4 holds, 1.57 ERA (5 ER/28.2 IP), 25 SO/7 BB...Ranks among NL LH RP in BB/9.0 IP (4th, 1.99), SO/BB (8th, 3.83), & WHIP (10th, 1.12). 2018 0 0 0 4 3.2 0 0.00
• Has tossed more than 1.0 IP in 14 of his 50 outings in 2018...Has allowed just 4 extra-base hits (4 2B) to left-handed batters in his career. Career 0 0 2 8 7.0 2 2.57
HOLDS: 5 IR / IS: 23 / 5 OPP. SLASH: .237 / .283 / .348 McGowin
HOLLAND, Greg #56 RHP 2018 0 0 0 1 0.2 0 0.00
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Career 0 0 0 1 0.2 0 0.00
2018 STL/WSH NL 2 2 3 6 51 0 0 41.2 40 29 23 1 30 42 1.68 3.66 4.97
Miller
LAST: 9/13 vs. CHC (0.2 IP, 2 SO)
2018 1 0 0 5 6.2 2 2.70
A three-time All-Star with the Kansas City Royals (2013, 2014) and Colorado Rockies (2017)...Won MLB’s NL Comeback PoY in 2017.
• In 18 G with Washington: 2-0, 2 holds, 3 saves, 0.84 ERA (1 ER/16.2 IP), 6 H, ER, 8 BB, 20 SO, .113 opp. AVG...Signed with Washington on Aug. 7. Career 1 0 0 5 6.2 2 2.70
• Ranks 15th among active relievers with 11.65 SO/9.0 since his debut in 2010...Ranked 4th among relievers with 284 SO from 2012-2014 (196.1 IP) Roark
HOLDS: 4 IR / IS: 12 / 4 OPP. SLASH: .241 / .368 / .333 2018 1 2 0 3 14.0 7 4.50
McGOWIN, Kyle #61 RHP Career 7 5 0 22 111.0 38 3.08
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Rodriguez
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2.2 2 2 2 2 0 3 0.75 10.62 6.75 2018 2 0 0 3 14.1 1 0.63
LAST: 9/14 at ATL (0.2 IP, 2 SO) Career 2 0 0 3 14.1 1 0.63
Former fifth-round pick of the Los Angeles Angels in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft...Came to the Nationals via trade that sent Danny Espinosa to LAA Ross
• Contract selected on 9/4 for irst MLB assignment...Went 8-6 with a 2.80 ERA in 23 starts across 3 levels in 2018. 2018 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 —
• Led MiLB with a 0.90 WHIP...Led WSH farmhands with 152 strikeouts...His 2.80 ERA ranked fourth in WSH Minor League system. Career 1 1 0 5 23.1 16 6.17
HOLDS: IR / IS: 3 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .200 / .200 / .800 Scherzer
MILLER, Justin #60 RHP 2018 2 2 0 5 31.0 11 3.19
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Career 9 7 0 22 129.1 54 3.76
2018 WSH NL 6 1 2 3 46 0 0 48.1 39 21 21 10 16 54 1.14 4.69 3.91
Solis
LAST: 9/11 at PHI (Gm 1: Hld, 0.1 IP; Gm 2: 0.1 IP, BB)
2018 0 0 0 10 7.0 2 2.57
Veteran of three Major League seasons with the Tigers (2014) and Rockies (2015-2016)...Signed with Washington as minor leaguer prior to 2018 season.
• In 26 G (23.2 IP) since 7/9: .207 opp. AVG, 17 SO, 8 BB, 0-of-12 inherited runner scored...Career-high 6 wins are T4th among NL relievers. Career 1 0 0 20 17.2 9 4.58
• 54 SO this season mark a career-high...Earned his 1st win in his 1st game w/WSH, 5/26 at MIA...Tossed 10.2 consecutive scoreless IP from 5/26 to 6/13. Strasburg
HOLDS: 10 IR / IS: 25 / 3 OPP. SLASH: .220 / .289 / .435 2018 1 2 0 3 19.1 9 4.19
RODRIGUEZ, Jefry #68 RHP Career 11 11 0 30 161.1 73 4.07
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Suero
2018 WSH NL 3 2 0 0 11 8 0 49.0 40 31 29 7 33 36 1.49 5.71 5.33 2018 0 0 0 2 2.1 1 3.86
LAST: 9/15atATL (4.2 IP, 3 BB, SO) Career 0 0 0 2 2.1 1 3.86
Tall, hard-throwing righty was added to Washington’s 40-man roster following the 2017 season...Played in his first Major League Spring Training in 2018. Voth
• In three starts between 8/8 and 8/26 he pitched to a 1.69 ERA (3 ER/ 16.0 IP)...Opposing batters hit .182 (10-for-55) over this stretch. 2018 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0.00
• Made his Major League debut on June 3 at Atlanta...Impressed with 4.2 innings of relief allowing no runs on four hits while striking out out three. Career 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0.00
HOLDS: IR / IS: 1 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .223 / .353 / .413 Williams
SOLÍS, Sammy #36 LHP 2018 0 0 0 1 1.2 1 5.40
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Career 0 0 0 1 1.2 1 5.40
2018 WSH NL 1 2 0 4 54 0 0 38.0 41 26 26 6 16 42 1.50 4.54 6.16
LAST: 9/14 at ATL (0.1 IP, 2 H, ER, HB, SO)
Tall, hard-throwing lefty enters 2018 looking to build off a strong second half of 2017 and a solid 2016 season.
• Tossed scoreless relief in all 5 appearances with SYR since 8/14...Struck out nine batters, issued one walk and allowed two hits in the ive outings
• From April 2 to June 18, recorded a 2.16 ERA (4 ER/16.2 IP) and a .190 opp. AVG (11-for-58)
HOLDS: 13 IR / IS: 34 / 15 OPP. SLASH: .275 / .361 / .470
SUERO, Wander #51 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 0 0 0 34 0 0 41.2 36 16 15 4 14 41 1.20 3.71 3.24
LAST: 9/12 at PHI 1.0 IP, SO)
Tall right-hander boasts an electric arm and strong mound presence...Signed with Washington as a non-drafted free agent, Feb. 2, 2010.
• Has allowed only two of his 22 inherited runners to score...Tossed a career-high 3.1 innings on 8/4 vs. CIN.
• Appeared in 14 G out of Triple-A Syracuse’s bullpen...Did not allow an earned run in 12 of those 14 games, including his last 3 (2.2 IP, R, 0 ER, 4 SO).
HOLDS: 1 IR / IS: 22 / 2 OPP. SLASH: .234 / .312 / .403
VOTH, Austin #50 RHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 5.1 9 7 7 1 3 3 2.25 6.12 11.81
LAST: 9/14 at ATL (1.0 IP)
Washington’s 2015 Minor League Pitcher of the Year has stuck out 8.3 batters per 9.0 innings across 129 Minor League games.
• Was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on 9/4 for his 4th MLB stint of the season...Made his Major League deubt 7/14 @ NYM (GS, 4.1 IP, 7 ER).
• Was 6-8 with a 4.37 ERA and 117 strikeouts in 24 Triple-A starts (122.2 IP)...His 117 strikeouts ranked 4th among Nationals farmhands and T6th in IL.
HOLDS: IR / IS: 1 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .375/ .429 / .500
WILLIAMS, Austen #53 RHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 6.1 8 4 4 3 5 4 2.05 10.38 5.68
LAST: 9/1 at ATL (1.2 IP, H, ER, BB, SO)
Former sixth-round pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft converted to the bullpen in 2018...Excelled in the role to earn selection to MLB roster on Sept. 1.
• Went 3-3 with 2 saves, a 1.19 ERA (9 ER/68.0 IP), 89 SO and a .166 opp. AVG in 32 G (2 GS) between Double-A Harrisburg & Triple-A Syracuse in 2018.
• Did not allow a HR in 2018...Was promoted to SYR on Aug. 2...Offered scoreless relief in 7 of 8 G...Allowed just one earned run in 16.1 IP (0.55 ERA).
HOLDS: 0 IR / IS: 0 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .320 / .433 / .720
HITTERS NOTES vs. BRAVES
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 137 378 51 90 14 7 7 40 34 78 9 2 .238 .301 .368 .669 2018 35 6 0 3 .171
LAST GAME: 0-3, 2 BB, 2 SB, R ROAD TRIP: 1-6, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 SB, R Career 93 21 0 8 .226
Speedy, switch-hitting middle infielder with strong throwing arm and versatility that has allowed him to appear all over the diamond. Eaton
• Since 8/21, has posted a .473 SLG (4 2B, 3B, 4 HR)...4 HR since 8/21 are T2nd among MLB second basemen...He is T8th in the NL with 7 3B. 2018 33 7 0 2 .212
• Has set career marks in G (137), HR (7), RBI (40), XBH (28) & R (501...Is hitting .306/.363/.481 in 67 home games.. Career 57 12 1 6 .211
• His irst walk-off hit was 5/6 vs. PHI....9-game hitting streak from 4/28-5/6 was 2nd-longest streak of his career. Harper
RISP: .212 (21-99), 1 HR, 28 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/4/18 vs. STL (Ross) CAREER HOMERS: 13 2018 60 13 5 11 .217
Career 400 110 24 65 .275
Kieboom
EATON, Adam (L) #2 OF 2018 13 2 0 1 .154
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Career 13 2 0 1 .154
2018 WSH NL 86 302 47 88 17 1 5 29 32 57 8 1 .291 .378 .404 .782 Rendon
LAST GAME: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 BB, SB, R ROAD TRIP: 1-7, 2B, 2 RBI, 4 BB SB, 2 R 2018 76 22 0 10 .289
Elite defender with a consistent offensive approach enters his second season with the Washington Nationals. Career 326 90 7 45 .276
• Is 30-for-96 (.313) with 9 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 2 HBP, 12 BB, 4 SB, 13 R in his last 26 G...Since August 17th, ranks tied for third in NL with 9 doubles. Reynolds
• Has reached base safely in 25 of his last 29 games...Is hitting .302/.392/.426 vs. RHP...21 of his 23 XBH have been vs. RHP. 2018 20 3 0 2 .150
• Was named National League Player of the Week after a strong opening weekend. Career 201 42 15 46 .209
RISP: .288 (17-69), 2 HR, 24 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/26/18 at NYM (Bashlor) CAREER HOMERS: 41 Robles
2018 1 0 0 0 .000
HARPER, Bryce (L) #34 OF Career 6 2 0 1 .333
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Sanchez
2018 WSH NL 146 504 94 124 28 0 33 95 116 157 12 2 .246 .388 .498 .886 2018 2 0 0 0 .000
LAST GAME: 0-2, 3 BB, R ROAD TRIP: 1-7, RBI, 3 BB, R Career 7 2 0 2 .286
Six-time All-Star and unanimous 2015 NL MVP...Is one of 14 players (4 active: Trout, Pujols, Stanton) to hit at least 150 HR prior to their 25 season. Severino
• 116 BB rank 1st in MLB...Ranks in the NL in HR (T3rd, 33), OBP (5th, .388), R (6th, 94), RBI (6th, 95) & OPS (10th, .886). 2018 20 6 0 1 .300
• Since the All-Star break is hitting .305 (54-for-177) with 14 2B, 10 HR, 41 RBI, 38 BB, 6 SB and 37 R...33 HR are his most since 2015 (42). Career 33 9 0 2 .273
• Is hitting .391 (18-for-46) w/RISP and 2 outs, the T5th-best mark in the National League...Since June 19, ranks tied for T4th in NL with 22 doubles. Soto
RISP: .301 (34-113), 6 HR, 58 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/12/18 at PHI (Nola) CAREER HOMERS: 183 2018 38 11 4 9 .289
Career 38 11 4 9 .289
Stevenson
KIEBOOM, Spencer #64 C 2018 1 0 0 0 .000
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Career 2 0 0 0 .000
2018 WSH NL 46 109 13 23 5 0 2 8 13 25 0 0 .211 .298 .312 .610 Taylor
LAST GAME: 0-2, 2 BB, R ROAD TRIP: 0-2, 2 BB, R 2018 54 10 2 3 .185
Former fifth-round pick out of Clemson in 2012 made his MLB debut at the end of the 2016 season. Career 162 41 3 14 .253
• Over his last six games he is hitting .400 (6-for-15) with 2 HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB, 4 R, .471 OBP and .800 SLG ...Has hit safely in 16 of his 33 starts this season. Turner
• Hit his irst career home run on 9/11 at PHI...Hit a career-high three hits on 9/7 vs. CHI. 2018 77 19 2 5 .247
• 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 201 69 11 29 .343
RISP: .192 (5-26), 0 HR, 5 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/13/18 vs. CHI (Montgomery) CAREER HOMERS: 2 Wieters
2018 21 4 0 1 .190
RENDON, Anthony #6 3B Career 103 23 1 11 .223
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Zimmerman
2018 WSH NL 123 479 77 142 40 1 19 73 50 77 2 1 .296 .362 .503 .865 2018 35 12 2 8 .343
LAST GAME: 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, BB ROAD TRIP: 3-7,2B, 2 RBI, 2 BB Career 731 210 29 121 .287
Continued his ascent as one of the top all-around players in Major League Baseball in 2017...Finished sixth in the 2018 National League MVP voting.
• Last 35 G: 43-for-130 (.331), 12 2B, 3 HR, 17 RBI, 3 HBP, 17 BB, 2 SB, 27 R...Has reached base safely in his last 24 games.
vs. NEWCOMB
• He ranks in the NL in doubles (T1st, 40)...His .303 batting average against RHP ranks 7th in the NL. PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
• 12-G hitting streak from (7/7-7/24) is longest of season & tied his career-high...4 RBI on 7/31 vs. NYM marked a season-high. Difo
RISP: .286 (34-119), 3 HR, 47 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/8/18 vs CHI (Hamels) CAREER HOMERS: 97 2018 5 0 0 0 .000
Career 7 0 0 0 .000
Eaton
REYNOLDS, Mark #14 INF 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 77 184 25 48 7 0 13 40 22 55 0 0 .261 .338 .511 .849 Harper
LAST GAME: 1-5, 2B, RBI ROAD TRIP:2-10, 2 2B, RBI 2018 6 1 1 3 .167
Versatile, power-hitting veteran infielder with more than 11 years of Major League experience with seven different clubs. Career 8 2 1 3 .250
• 14.15 AB/HR rate is the second-best of his career and it is the fourth-best mark in the NL (min. 150 AB)...Named NL Player of the Week on July 9. Kieboom
• Recorded a career-high 5 H & 10 RBI on 7/7 vs. MIA...10 RBI match a single-game Nationals record & are tied for 5th most in a game in Nationals history. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Hit his 2nd career walk-off homer on 7/6 vs. MIA...Was the 1st walk-off homer of the season and 3rd pinch-hit walk-off home run in Nationals history. Career 0 0 0 0 —
RISP: .260 (13-50), 5 HR, 29 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/6/18 vs. CHI (Hendricks) CAREER HOMERS: 294 Rendon
2018 8 3 0 3 .375
ROBLES, Victor #16 OF Career 9 4 0 5 .444
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Reynolds
2018 WSH NL 8 15 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 .133 .263 .133 .396 2018 3 0 0 0 .000
LAST GAME: -1 (Pinch hitter) ROAD TRIP: 1-4, RBI, BB, SB, R Career 7 2 1 1 .286
Washington’s top prospect entered 2018 cited by Baseball America as the“Best Athlete” in Washington’s Minor League system. Robles
• He has hit .276 with 10 doubles, one triple, two HR, 14 RBI, 19 stolen bases and 32 runs scored in 52 games for Triple-A Syracuse. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Made his MLB debut Sept. 7, 2017...Went 5-for-18 (.278) with a double, two triples, four RBI in ive Major League starts. Career 0 0 0 0 —
• In 2017, hit .300 with 37 2B, 8 3B, 10 HR, 47 RBI, 27 SB & 73 R in 114 G....Ranked among Washington Minor Leaguers in AVG (4th,.300) and SB (2nd, 27). Sanchez
RISP: .000 (0-2), 0 HR, 0 RBI LAST HOMER: N/A CAREER HOMERS: 0 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Career 0 0 0 0 —
Severino
SANCHEZ, Adrian #5 INF 2018 4 2 0 0 .500
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Career 4 2 0 0 .500
2018 WSH NL 20 36 5 8 2 1 0 3 1 6 0 0 .222 .243 .333 .577 Soto
LAST GAME: 0-1 (Pinch hitter) ROAD TRIP: 0-1 2018 6 1 1 1 .167
Versatile infielder was a veteran of more than 900 Minor League games across 11 professional seasons before making MLB debut in 2017. Career 6 1 1 1 .167
• Was recalled on 9/4 for his 4th MLB stint of the season...In 70 G with Triple-A Syracuse, he hit .234 with 15 2B, 2 3B, 4 HR, 27 RBI, 16 BB and 21 R. Stevenson
• Hit .268 (19-for-71) with 7 2B, 11 RBI, BB, 6 R in 34 games with Washington in 2017...Played stellar defense at 2B (10 G), SS (8 G), and 3B (7 G). 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• Appeared in 77 games between Double-A Harrisburg and Triple-A Syracuse in 2017 (.245, 15 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 21 RBI, 20 BB and 41 R). Career 0 0 0 0 —
RISP: .182 (2-11), 0 HR, 2 RBI LAST HOMER: N/A CAREER HOMERS: 0 Taylor
2018 7 1 0 0 .143
SEVERINO, Pedro #29 C Career 7 1 0 0 .143
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Turner
2018 WSH NL 68 190 14 32 9 0 2 15 18 47 1 0 .168 .254 .247 .501 2018 7 2 0 0 .286
LAST GAME: 0-0 (Defensive replacement) ROAD TRIP: Career 7 2 0 0 .286
Young catcher with advanced defensive skills is known for bringing energy and confidence to the park every single day. Wieters
• Recorded a 3-run homer on 7/7 vs MIA...His previous three home runs were all solo homers...The 3 RBI marked a single-game career-high. 2018 2 0 0 0 .000
• Was in the midst of a 9 G hitting streak with the Chiefs, going 17-for-37 (.459) with 2 2B, HR and 5 RBI when he was recalled on 9/1. Career 3 0 0 0 .000
• In his last 33 games with Triple-A Syracuse was hitting .269 with 5 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 13 RBI, 5 BB and 14 runs scored. Zimmerman
RISP: .208 (10-48), 1 HR, 13 RBI LAST HOMER: 7/7/18 vs. MIA (Hernandez) CAREER HOMERS: 4 2018 4 2 0 0 .500
Career 5 2 0 1 .400
HITTERS NOTES HOMERS
SOTO, Juan #22 OF BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (3)
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 103 365 72 111 22 1 20 63 74 91 5 2 .304 .421 .534 .956 B. Harper/R. Zimmerman ..8/7 vs. ATL (4th inn.)
LAST GAME: 1-2, RBI, 3 BB, 3 SB, 2 R ROAD TRIP: 2-6, HR, 2 RBI,4 BB, 3 SB, 4 BB, 4 R A. Stevenson/W.Difo .........8/21 vs. PHI (6th inn.)
GRAND SLAMS (3)
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.
Brian Goodwin .... 3/31 at CIN (Quackenbush)
• Ha reached base safelyin 20 straight games...Is the irst teenager in MLB with 3 multi-homer games...Is hitting .310/.451/.485 in 51 home games.
Trea Turner .....................7/5 vs. MIA (Conley)
• His 20 home runs ranked third among teenagers in Major League history...His 71 walks are the most by a 19-year old since 1900. Mark Reynolds ............. 8/26 at NYM (Oswalt)
• NL Rookie of the Month for June & July...13 G on-base streak (7/25-8/7) is longest of his season...Recorded 1st MLB hit, a 3-run HR on 5/21 vs. SDP. LEADOFF HOMERS (3)
RISP: .230 (20-87), 4 HR, 40 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/14/18 at ATL (Gausman) CAREER HOMERS: 20 Bryce Harper...................... 5/2 vs. PIT (Nova)
Bryce Harper...................5/4 vs. PHI (Pivetta)
Trea Turner ....................... 5/11 at ARI (Koch)
STEVENSON, Andrew #45 OF MULTI-HOMER GAMES (15)
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Bryce Harper (2) ............................ 4/1 at CIN
2018 WSH NL 47 67 9 17 2 0 1 13 5 22 1 1 .254 .303 .328 .631 Ryan Zimmerman (2) .................4/18 at NYM
LAST GAME: 0-0 (Pinch hitter) ROAD TRIP: 0-1 Matt Adams (2) .............................5/1 vs. PIT
Athletic, speedy, left-handed outfielder was Washington’s top choice in the 2015 First- Year Player Draft (2nd rd, No. 58 overall) out of LSU. Bryce Harper (2) ........................... 5/4 vs. PHI
• Hit his irst career HR, 8/21 vs. PHI (Arano)...Was recalled from Triple-A earlier in the day. Matt Adams (2) ............................ 5/7 at SDP
• Has hit safely in 7 of 10 MLB starts this season..Is 10-for-35 (.286) with 2 2B, 6 RBI, 2 BB and 5 R in those 10 starts. Mark Reynolds (2) ....................... 5/13 at ARI
• Set career marks in hits (4), doubles (2), RBI (4) and runs (2) on 4/25 at SFG...Appeared in 37 G for Washington in 2017 (.158, 2 2B, RBI, 7 BB, SB, 5 R). Mark Reynolds (2) ..................... 5/21 vs. SDP
RISP: .412 (7-17), 0 HR, 11 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/21/18 vs. PHI (Arano) CAREER HOMERS: 1 Juan Soto (2) .............................. 6/13 at NYY
Juan Soto (2) ............................... 6/29 at PHI
Trea Turner (2) ...............................7/5 vs MIA
TAYLOR, Michael A. #3 CF Mark Reynolds (2) ........................7/8 vs. MIA
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Anthony Rendon (2) ....................7/13 at NYM
2018 WSH NL 127 344 44 77 21 3 6 27 29 112 24 5 .224 .286 .355 .641 Daniel Murphy (2)..................... 7/21 vs. NYM
LAST GAME: DNP ROAD TRIP: Ryan Zimmerman (2) .................. 8/11 at CHI
Juan Soto (2) ............................... 9/11 at PHI
2017 Gold Glove finalist is one the, top up-and-coming center fielders in Major League Baseball...Can hit for power and steal bases.
PINCH-HIT HOMERS (5)
• Ranks tied for seventh in the National League and tied for 14th in MLB with 24 stolen bases...24 stolen bases are a career-high.
Juan Soto.......................5/15 vs. NYY (Green)
• 13-game hitting streak from June 2 through June 22 was longest of his career and tied for longest streak by a Nationals player in 2018. Mark Reynolds .......7/7 vs. MIA (Barraclough)
• From 5/19 to 6/23 ranked among NL outielders in batting AVG. (8th, .330), SLG (9th, .527) and OBP (10th, .390). Mark Reynolds ..............7/31 vs. NYM (Reyes)
RISP: .221 (19-86), 1 HR, 18 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/9/18 vs. ATL (Parsons) CAREER HOMERS: 47 Andrew Stevenson ..........8/21 vs. PHI (Arano)
Mark Reynolds ............. 8/26 at NYM (Oswalt)
PITCHER HOMERS (1)
TURNER, Trea #7 SS A.J. Cole..........................4/3 at ATL (Teheran)
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS WALK-OFF HOMERS (2)
2018 WSH NL 149 610 91 163 23 5 17 63 61 122 39 9 .267 .338 .405 .743 Mark Reynolds .......7/7 vs. MIA (Barraclough)
LAST GAME: 1-5, BB, R ROAD TRIP: 3-10, 2B, BB, SB, R Ryan Zimmerman .. 8/22 vs. PHI (Dominguez)
Elite athlete with electric, game-changing speed has emerged as one of the top young offensive threats in Major League Baseball.
• Leads MLB with 39 stolen bases...Ranks in the NL in hits (T8th, 163) and runs scored (9th, 91)...163 hits are 3rd among NL shortstops. MILESTONES
• He has reached base safely in 22 of his last 24 games...Has career-highs with 149 games played, 17 HR, 63 RBI, 61 BB and 91 R. Player Category Milestone
Anthony Rendon HR 100 (97)
• Ranks 3rd among NL shortstops in WAR (4.1) and second in DEF Rating (10.2), per FanGraphs.com...Hit his irst career grand slam, 7/5 vs. MIA.
Mark Reynolds HR 300 (294)
RISP: .307 (39-127), 4 HR, 45 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/3/18 vs. STL (Flaherty) CAREER HOMERS: 42 Trea Turner SB 122 (120)
Tying I. Desmond for most in WSH history
Ryan Zimmerman R 947 (913)
WIETERS, Matt (S) #32 C Tying T. Raines for most in MON/WSH history
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Ryan Zimmerman RBI 1,000 (984)
2018 WSH NL 68 209 20 48 7 0 6 25 23 41 0 1 .230 .312 .349 .662
LAST GAME: DNP ROAD TRIP: 0-2, RBI, HBP, BB TOP PROSPECTS
Since his debut in 2009, Wieters ranks among active MLB catchers in home runs (T5th, 133) and slugging percentage (9th, .410). Baseball America
• Is 24-for-82 (.293) with 4 2B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 7 BB and 9 R in his last 23 starts...Has driven in runs in 10 of his last 17 starts. 1. Victor Robles, OF
• Recorded his 500th career RBI on 8/3 vs. CIN...Recorded season-high 3 hits on 8/11 at CHI. 2. Juan Soto, OF
3. Erick Fedde, RHP
• Ranked among NL catchers in hits (7th, 95), RBI (8th, 52), and doubles (9th, 20)...Was the 9th of 10 Nationals players to hit 10+ homers in 2017. 4. Carter Kieboom, SS
RISP: .211 (12-57), 0 HR, 19 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/27/18 at PHI (Elin) CAREER HOMERS: 133 5. Seth Romero, LHP
6. Luis Garcia, 2B/SS
7. Wil Crowe, RHP
ZIMMERMAN, Ryan #11 1B 8. Daniel Johnson, OF
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS 9. Raudy Read, C
2018 WSH NL 75 255 30 68 18 2 13 47 27 48 1 0 .267 .343 .506 .849 10. Yasel Antuna, SS/3B
11. Blake Perkins, OF
LAST GAME: 2-3, 2B, BB, 2 R ROAD TRIP: 2-3, 2B, BB, 2 R
12. Kelvin Gutierrez, 3B
Is Washington’s (2005-pres.) and the franchise (MON/WSH) leader in nearly every offensive category...Has clubbed the most HR in D.C. baseball history. 13. Andrew Stevenson, OF
• Last 34 G: 36-for-113 (.319), 12 2B, 7 HR, 25 RBI, 16 BB, SB, 17 R, .400 OBP, .611 SLG...Has hit safely in 24 of the 34 games. 14. Pedro Severino, C
• Since the start of 2017, ranks among NL hitters (min. 830 PA) in SLG (3rd, .551) and OPS (9th, .903). 15. Rafael Bautista, OF
• His 11 walk-off HR are T8th in MLB history, T2nd in NL history (Stan Musial-12; Tony Perez-11) and 2nd among active players (Pujols-12). 16. Jackson Tetreault, RHP
17. Brigham Hill, RHP
RISP: .256 (21-82), 6 HR, 38 RBI LAST HOMER: 9/12/18 at PHI (Nola) CAREER HOMERS: 264 18. Jose Marmolejos, 1B
19. Drew Ward, 3B
DISABLED LIST 20. Taylor Gushue, C
21. Nick Raquet, LHP
PLAYER INJURY 10/60 DL PLACED / RETRO REINSTATED #GAMES 22. Kyle Johnston, RHP
Kelvin Herrera Torn left lisfranc ligament 10 Aug. 27 16 23. Jose Sanchez, SS
Howie Kendrick Right achillies injury 60 May 19 102 24. Jefry Rodriguez, RHP
Jhonatan Solano Bone chips in right elbow 60 April 10 / April 7 140 25. Telmito Agustin, OF
Joaquin Benoit Right forearm strain 60 March 27 147 26. Austin Voth, RHP
27. Joan Baez, RHP
Jeremy Hellickson Right wrist sprain 10 Aug. 18 / Aug. 16 Sept. 11 21
28. Anderson Franco, 3B
Sean Doolittle Left toe inlamation 10 July 10 / July 7 Sept. 7 54 29. Jakson Reetz, C
Tommy Milone Left shoulder soreness 10 Aug. 21 / Aug. 20 Sept. 4 13 30. Osvaldo Abreu, SS
Erick Fedde Right shoulder inlamation 60 July 5 Sept. 4 51 MLBPipeline.com
Joe Ross Right elbow surgery 60 Feb. 21 Sept. 4 138 1. Victor Robles, OF
Ryan Madson Lumbar nerve root irritation 10 Aug. 14 / Aug. 13 Aug. 27 13 2. Juan Soto, OF
3. Carter Kieboom, SS
Stephen Strasburg Cervical nerve impingement 10 July 25 / July 22 Aug. 22 29
4. Erick Fedde, RHP
Kelvin Herrera Right rotator cuff impingement 10 Aug. 8 Aug. 21 12 5. Seth Romero, LHP
Koda Glover Right shoulder tendinitis 60 March 27 July 22 97 6. Wil Crowe, RHP
Ryan Zimmerman Right oblique strain 60 May 12 / May 10 July 20 57 7. Andrew Stevenson, OF
Matt Wieters Left hamstring strain 10 May 11 July 9 49 8. Yasel Antuna, SS/3B
Matt Adams Fractured left index inger 10 June 19 / June 16 July 4 16 9. Luis Garcia, SS/2B
10. Daniel Johnson, OF
Jeremy Hellickson Right hamstring strain 10 June 5 / June 4 June 30 22 11. Blake Perkins, OF
Brandon Kintzler Right forearm lexor strain 10 June 10 June 25 12 12. Kelvin Gutierrez, 3B
Daniel Murphy Right knee surgery 10 March 27 June 12 64 13. Rafael Bautista, OF
Adam Eaton Left ankle bone bruise 60 April 11 / April 9 June 9 52 14. Raudy Read, C
Matt Grace Left groin strain 10 April 21 June 5 38 15. Pedro Severino, C
Brian Goodwin Left wrist contusion 10 April 17 / April 16 June 1 39 16. Nick Raquet, LHP
17. Jackson Tetreault, RHP
Ryan Madson Pectoral strain 10 May 20 / May 17 May 31 11 18. Drew Ward, 3B
Shawn Kelley Right elbow irritation 10 April 24 May 7 12 19. Jose Marmolejos, 1B/OF
Anthony Rendon Toe contusion 10 April 22 / April 19 May 5 14 20. Brigham Hill, RHP
Matt Wieters Mild left oblique strain 10 April 2 April 11 8 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
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 DATE OPP. RES REC POS/GA-B WIN LOSS SAVE ATT. / TOG
Difo,W .238 137 378 51 90 139 14 7 7 40 3 4 2 34 3 78 9 2 7 5 .368 .301 14 2 0 0 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
Eaton,A .291 86 302 47 88 122 17 1 5 29 2 0 10 32 0 57 8 1 2 3 .404 .378 12 3 0 2 3/31 at CIN W, 13-7 2-0 T1st/0.5 Strasburg (1-0) Castillo (0-1) None 27,341 / 3:16
Harper,B .246 146 504 94 124 251 28 0 33 95 0 8 6 116 15 157 12 2 6 3 .498 .388 3 1 0 3 4/1 at CIN W, 6-5 3-0 1st/1.0 Gonzalez (1-0 Romano (0-1) Doolittle (2) 10,335 / 2:47
* 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 4/2 at ATL W, 8-1 4-0 1st/1.5 Roark (1-0) Newcomb (0-1) None 25,054 / 2:55
+Kieboom,S .211 46 109 13 23 34 5 0 2 8 0 1 1 13 0 25 0 0 2 3 .312 .298 2 0 0 1 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)
Rendon,A .296 123 479 77 142 241 40 1 19 73 0 7 3 50 5 77 2 1 5 5 .503 .362 0 0 0 0 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
Reynolds,M .261 77 184 25 48 94 7 0 13 40 0 3 1 22 1 55 0 0 8 4 .511 .338 28 8 2 6 4/6 OFF DAY 3rd/-1.5
+Robles,V .133 8 15 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 3 1 1 1 0 .133 .263 5 1 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
Sanchez,A .222 20 36 5 8 12 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 .333 .243 9 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
Severino,P .168 68 190 14 32 47 9 0 2 15 0 1 4 18 4 47 1 0 3 0 .247 .254 1 0 0 1 4/9 vs. ATL W, 2-0 5-5 3rd/-3.5 Scherzer (2-1) Teheran (0-2) None 19,582 / 2:21
4/10 vs. ATL W, 4-1 6-5 T2nd/-3.5 Strasburg (2-1) Foltynewicz (1-1) Madson (1) 19,357 / 2:44
+Soto,J .304 103 365 72 111 195 22 1 20 63 1 0 0 74 9 91 5 2 7 2 .534 .421 3 1 1 2 4/11 vs. ATL L, 3-5 (12) 6-6 4th/-4.5 Carle (2-1) Madson (1-0) None 21,109 / 3:43
+Stevenson,A .254 47 67 9 17 22 2 0 1 13 1 3 1 5 0 22 1 1 0 1 .328 .303 25 5 1 7 4/12 v s. COL L, 1-5 6-7 4th/-5.0 Bettis (2-0) Gonzalez (1-1) None 24,213 / 2:43
Taylor,M .224 127 344 44 77 122 21 3 6 27 2 0 1 29 2 112 24 5 9 1 .355 .286 21 4 0 1 4/13 vs. COL L, 1-2 6-8 4th/-6.0 Oberg (1-0) Roark (1-1) Davis (6) 37,702 / 3:04
Turner,T .267 149 610 91 163 247 23 5 17 63 2 0 4 61 3 122 39 9 4 12 .405 .338 1 0 0 0 4/14 vs. COL W, 6-2 7-8 4th/-5.0 Scherzer (3-1) Gray (1-3) None 31,700 / 2:53
4/15 vs. COL L, 5-6 7-9 4th/-6.0 Ottavino (3-0) Doolittle (0-1) Davis (7) 25,462 / 3:14
Wieters,M .230 68 209 20 48 73 7 0 6 25 1 2 3 23 3 41 0 1 5 1 .349 .312 8 0 0 1 4/16 at NYM W, 8-6 8-9 4th/-5.0 Cole (1-1) Ramos (0-1) Madson (2) 22,829 / 3:25
Zimmerman,R .267 75 255 30 68 129 18 2 13 47 0 1 3 27 0 48 1 0 9 2 .506 .343 10 2 0 0 4/17 at NYM W, 5-2 9-9 4th/-4.0 Gonzalez (2-1) Wheeler (1-1) Doolittle (3) 22,724 / 3:11
- +Fedde,E .091 8 11 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 .091 .167 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
Grace,M .500 50 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .500 .500 0 0 0 0 4/19 OFF DAY 4th/-4.5
4/20 at LAD W, 5-2 10-10 4th/-4.5 Scherzer (4-1) Kershaw (1-3) Doolittle (4) 50,211 / 3:09
Hellickson,J .063 19 32 0 2 3 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 1 .094 .063 0 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
Miller,J .000 46 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 4/22 at LAD L, 3-4 10-12 4th/-5.0 Fields (2-0) Gott (0-1) Jansen (3) 51,297 / 3:21
Roark,T .196 30 56 6 11 15 2 1 0 8 5 0 1 0 0 18 0 0 1 0 .268 .211 0 0 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
+Rodriguez,J .188 11 16 2 3 4 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 .250 .188 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
Ross,J .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 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
4/26 OFF DAY 4th/-5.0
Scherzer,M .262 33 65 8 17 19 2 0 0 6 5 0 2 1 0 12 1 0 1 1 .292 .294 2 1 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
Strasburg,S .108 19 37 0 4 4 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 2 0 10 0 0 3 0 .108 .154 0 0 0 0 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
+Suero,W .000 34 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 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
+Voth,A .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 4/30 vs. PIT W, 3-2 13-16 4th/-5.5 Roark (2-2) Taillon (2-3) Kintzler (1) 20.879 / 2:34
5/1 vs. PIT W, 12-4 14-16 4th/-4.5 Scherzer (6-1) Kuhl (3-2) None 23,534 / 2:58
WASHINGTON .252 149 5067 699 1275 2104 257 22 176 666 38 37 53 569 51 1195 110 28 93 58 .415 .331 225 41 4 31 5/2 vs. PIT W, 9-3 15-16 4th/-4.0 Strasburg (3-3) Nova (2-2) None 27,086 / 2:55
OPPONENTS .243 149 5017 622 1218 2053 252 23 179 603 25 37 72 435 36 1293 70 43 93 78 .409 .310 212 50 5 34 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)
OPP 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
PITCHER R/L W L ERA G GS CG GF SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO WP BK AVG 5/7 at SDP W, 8-5 19-17 4th/-1.5 Strasburg (4-3) Ross (2-3) None 17,296 / 3:00
Collins,T L 0 0 3.26 31 0 0 4 0 0 19.1 18 7 7 4 0 11 0 17 1 0 .250 5/8 at SDP W, 4-0 20-17 3rd/-1.5 Hellickson (1-0) Richard (1-5) None 18,989 / 2:31
+Cordero,J R 1 2 6.39 15 0 0 2 0 0 12.2 16 9 9 2 2 8 2 10 0 0 .286 5/9 at SDP L, 1-2 20-18 3rd/-2.5 Stammen (1-0) Gott (0-2) Hand (10) 18,804 / 2:50
Doolittle,S L 3 3 1.79 38 0 0 32 0 23 40.1 21 8 8 3 2 4 1 52 1 0 .150 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
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 2 3 5.12 8 8 0 0 0 0 38.2 43 22 22 6 0 13 1 35 0 1 .291 5/12 at ARI W, 2-1 23-18 3rd/-2.0 Strasburg (5-3) Scribner (0-1) Madson (3) 29,428 / 3:17
Glover,K R 1 2 2.70 17 0 0 6 0 1 13.1 9 4 4 1 0 8 1 7 0 0 .188 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 1 1 2.65 50 0 0 12 0 0 54.1 49 19 16 5 2 12 2 46 1 0 .237 5/14 OFF DAY 3rd/-2.0
Hellickson,J R 5 3 3.45 19 19 0 0 0 0 91.1 78 41 35 11 8 20 1 65 2 1 .230 5/15 vs. NYY W, 5-3 25-18 3rd/-2.0 Suero (1-0) Green (2-1) Doolittle (10) 41,567 / 2:55
5/16 vs. NYY 3rd/-2.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 6/18)
* Herrera,K R 1 2 4.34 21 0 0 11 0 3 18.2 24 9 9 4 1 8 0 16 0 1 .304 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)
Holland,G # R 2 2 4.97 51 0 0 13 0 3 41.2 40 29 23 1 1 30 2 42 0 0 .247 5/19 vs. LAD L, 1-4 25-19 3rd/-3.5 Stripling (1-1) Roark (2-4) Jansen (7) 26,740 / 3:00
WSH R 2 0 0.54 19 0 0 6 0 3 16.2 6 1 1 0 1 8 0 20 0 0 .113 5/19 vs. LAD L, 4-5 25-20 3rd/-3.5 Goeddel (3-0) Doolittle (1-2) Jansen (8) 32,378 / 3:27
+McGowin,K R 0 0 6.75 3 0 0 1 0 0 2.2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 0 .200 5/20 vs. LAD L, 2-7 25-21 4th/-4.0 Wood (1-4) Strasburg (5-4) Fields (2) 40,201* / 3:08
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 6 1 3.91 46 0 0 10 0 2 48.1 39 21 21 10 2 16 1 54 1 0 .220 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)
Reynolds,M R 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 5/23 vs. SDP L, 1-3 27-22 3rd/-3.0 Ross (4-3) Fedde (0-1) Hand (15) 31,076 / 3:00
Roark,T R 8 15 4.37 30 29 0 1 0 0 175.0 176 88 85 23 10 48 3 143 5 0 .263 5/24 OFF DAY 4th/-3.0
+Rodriguez,J R 3 2 5.33 11 8 0 0 0 0 49.0 40 31 29 7 3 33 4 36 2 0 .223 5/25 at MIA W, 9-5 28-22 3rd/-2.0 Scherzer (8-1) Wittgren (2-1) Doolittle (10) 7,512 / 3:37
5/26 at MIA W, 4-1 29-22 3rd/-1.5 Miller (1-0) Ziegler (0-4) Doolittle (11) 11,646 / 2:56
Ross,J R 0 0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 .235 5/27 at MIA W, 5-2 30-22 3rd/-1.0 Strasburg (6-4) Hernandez (0-2) Kintzler (2) 11,651 / 3:08
Scherzer,M R 17 7 2.53 31 31 2 0 1 0 206.2 140 62 58 21 11 49 4 277 4 1 .188 5/28 at BAL W, 6-0 31-22 2nd/-0.5 Gonzalez (6-2) Cobb (1-7) None 36,139 / 2:44
Solis,S L 1 2 6.16 54 0 0 5 0 0 38.0 41 26 26 6 4 16 1 42 4 0 .275 5/29 at BAL W, 3-2 32-22 2nd/-0.5 Hellickson (2-0) Bundy (3-7) Doolittle (12) 13,935 / 3:14
Strasburg,S R 8 7 3.87 19 19 0 0 0 0 114.0 105 54 49 15 6 30 2 133 4 1 .244 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
+Suero,W R 3 0 3.24 34 0 0 10 0 0 41.2 36 16 15 4 4 14 2 41 3 0 .234 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)
+Voth,A R 0 1 11.81 2 1 0 0 0 0 5.1 9 7 7 1 0 3 0 3 1 0 .375 6/2 at ATL W, 5-3 34-24 2nd/-0.5 Miller (2-0) Socolovich (0-1) Doolittle (14) 39,578 / 4:00
+Williams,A R 0 1 5.68 5 0 0 0 0 0 6.1 8 4 4 3 0 5 2 4 0 0 .320 6/3 at ATL L, 2-4 34-25 2nd/-1.5 Vizcaíno (2-2) Roark (2-6) None 33,132 / 2:47
WASHINGTON 75 74 4.00 149 149 2 147 6 38 1331.0 1218 622 592 179 72 435 36 1293 39 5 .243 6/4 OFF DAY 2nd/-1.0
6/5 vs. TBR W, 4-2 35-25 2nd/-1.0 Scherzer (10-1) Eovaldi (1-1) Doolittle (15) 32,165 / 2:16
OPPONENTS 74 75 4.36 149 149 2 147 14 45 1330.2 1275 699 645 176 53 569 51 1195 54 7 .252 6/6 vs. TBR W, 11-2 36-25 1st/— Roark (3-6) Venters (1-1) None 33,106 / 2:50

HIGHS AND LOWS


6/7 OFF DAY 1st/—
6/8 vs. SFG L, 5-9 36-26 1st/— Moronta (2-0) Strasburg (6-6) None 41,591* / 3:04
TEAM BATTING 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 runs, game....................................................................25 July 31 vs. NYM 6/11 OFF DAY 1st/—
Most runs, inning ....................................................................8 Aug. 26 at NYM (8th. inn.) 6/12 at NYY L, 0-3 37-28 2nd/-1.0 Sabathia (4-1) Roark (3-7) Chapman (18) 44,220 / 2:48
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 hits (9-inning game).....................................................26 July 31 vs. NYM 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 hits (extra-inning game) ...............................................13 April 8 vs. NYM 6/16 at TOR L, 0-2 38-30 2nd/-2.5 Estrada (4-6) Scherzer (10-3) Clippard (3) 36,044 / 2:34
Most doubles, game ................................................................5 3x: Sept. 5 vs. STL, July 21 vs. NYM, July 26 at MIA 6/17 at TOR L, 6-8 38-31 2nd/-3.5 Tepera (4-2) Madson (1-3) None 35,146 / 3:30
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 home runs, game ............................................................7 June 29 at PHI 6/19 vs. BAL W, 9-7 39-32 2nd/-3.5 Miller (5-0) Scott (0-1) Doolittle (19) 33,391 / 2:59
6/20 vs. BAL L, 0-3 39-33 T2nd/-3.5 Castro (2-2) Gonzalez (6-4) None 32,153 / 2:34 (2:43 delay)
Most extra-base hits, game ...................................................12 July 31 vs. NYM 6/21 vs. BAL W, 4-2 40-33 2nd/-3.0 Herrera (2-1) Givens (0-4) Doolittle (20) 36,868 / 2:42
Most total bases, game .........................................................50 July 31 vs NYM 6/22 vs. PHI L, 2-12 40-34 3rd/-3.0 Elin (5-2) Roark (3-8) None 35,630 / 3:30
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 walks (9-inning game)..................................................14 Sept. 15 at ATL 6/24 vs. PHI W, 8-6 41-35 3rd/-3.0 Madson (2-3) Dominguez (1-2) Doolittle (21) 29,314 / 3:47 (:38)
6/25 at TBR L, 0-11 41-36 3rd/-4.0 Snell (10-4) Gonzalez (6-5) None 13,624 / 2:51
Most walks (extra-inning game) ............................................10 Sept. 3 vs. STL 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 strikeouts (9-inning game) ...........................................15 June 18 vs. NYY 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 strikeouts (extra-inning game) .....................................18 June 2 at ATL (14.0 Inn.) 6/29 at PHI W, 17-7 42-38 3rd/-4.0 Fedde (1-3) Pivetta (4-7) None 36,904 / 3:43
6/30 at PHI L, 2-3 42-39 3rd/-5.0 Arano (1-0) Hellickson (2-1) Dominguez (7) 42,746 / 3:20
Most runners left on base (9-inning game) ...........................13 2x: July 8 vs. MIA, April 2 at ATL 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 L, 3-4 42-41 3rd/-7.0 Porcello (10-3) Scherzer (10-5) Kimbrel (25) 39,002 / 3:15
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game) .....................15 Sept. 3 vs. STL (10.0 Inn.) 7/3 vs. BOS L, 4-11 42-42 3rd/-7.0 Workman (1-0) Roark (3-10) None 42,531 / 2:55
Fewest hits, game ...................................................................2 5x; Last: July 29 at MIA 7/4 vs. BOS L, 0-3 42-43 3rd/-7.0 Rodriguez (10-3) Madson (2-4) Kimbrel (26) 42,528 / 3:23
7/5 vs. MIA W, 14-12 43-43 3rd/-6.0 Kelley (1-0) Conley (2-1) Doolittle (22) 24,314 / 3:15
INDIVIDUAL BATTING 7/6 vs. MIA W, 3-2 44-43 3rd/-5.0 Doolittle (3-2) Barraclough (0-3) None 32,652 / 3:13
7/7 vs. MIA W, 18-4 45-43 3rd/-5.0 Scherzer (11-5) Chen (2-6) None 34,364 / 3:01
Most hits, game........................................................................5 3x: Last: Mark Reynolds (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/8 vs. MIA L, 2-10 45-44 3rd/-5.0 Conley (3-1) Roark (3-11) None 30,464 / 3:43
Most runs, game.......................................................................4 4x: Last: Bryce Harper (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/9 at PIT L, 3-6 45-45 3rd/-5.5 Nova (5-6) Rodriguez (0-1) Vazquez (19) 14,075 / 2:49
7/10 at PIT W, 5-1 46-45 3rd/-5.5 Hellickson (3-1) Musgrove (3-4) None 17,103 / 3:21 (:50)
Most doubles, game .................................................................3 2x: Ryan Zimmerman (8/29 vs. PHI), Bryce Harper (6/24 vs. PHI) 7/11 at PIT L, 0-2 46-46 3rd/-5.5 Williams (7-7) Gonzalez (6-6) Vazquez (20) 21,083 / 2:34
7/12 at NYM W, 5-4 47-46 3rd/-5.5 Scherzer (12-5) Matz (4-7) Madson (4) 28,120 / 2:48
Most home runs, game .............................................................2 14x: Last: Ryan Zimmerman (8/11 at CHI) 7/13 at NYM L, 2-4 47-47 3rd/-6.5 Syndergaard (5-1) Roark (3-12) Gsellman (4) 26,558 / 2:53
Most extra-base hits, game ......................................................3 8x: Last: Juan Soto (9/11 at PHI) 7/14 at NYM L, 4-7 47-48 3rd/-6.5 Wheeler (3-6) Voth (1-0) Familia (17) 30,438 / 2:48
7/15 at NYM W, 6-1 48-48 3rd/-5.5 Hellickson (4-1) Swarzak (0-2) None 26,572 / 2:54
Most RBI, game ......................................................................10 Mark Reynolds (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/16-19 ALL STAR BREAK (89TH ALL-STAR GAME PLAYED ON JULY 17: AL 8, NL 6 (10)
7/20 vs. ATL L, 5-8 48-49 3rd/-6.5 Sanchez (5-2) Strasburg (6-7) Minter (5) 41,008 / 2:57
Most stolen bases, game ..........................................................4 Michael A. Taylor (6/17 at TOR) 7/21 vs. ATL POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up on 8/7)
7/22 vs. ATL W, 6-2 49-49 3rd/-6.0 Scherzer (13-5) Foltynewicz (7-6) Herrera (15) 39,063/3:36 (3:33)
Most strikeouts, game ..............................................................5 Trea Turner (6/2 at ATL, 14.0 Inn.) 7/23 at MIL L, 1-6 49-50 3rd/-6.0 Chacin (9-3) Gonzalez (6-7) None 26,073 / 3:20
Most walks, game.....................................................................4 Bryce Harper (4/2 at ATL) 7/24 at MIL L, 4-5 49-51 (10)3rd/-7.0 Jennings (4-3) Grace (0-1) None 33,990 / 3:33
7/25 at MIL W, 7-3 50-51 3rd/-7.0 Roark (4-12) Peralta (4-2) None 37,586 / 2:24
Most total bases, game ..........................................................12 Mark Reynolds (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/26 at MIA W, 10-3 51-51 3rd/-7.0 Miller (6-1) Conley (3-2) None 8,506 / 3:14
7/27 at MIA W, 9-1 52-51 3rd/-6.0 Scherzer (14-5) Lopez (2-2) None 9,297 / 2:45
Longest hitting streak ................................................ 13 games Michael A. Taylor (6/2-22) and Trea Turner (5/19-6/1) 7/28 at MIA L, 1-2 (10) 52-52 3rd/-6.0 Graves (1-1) Herrera (1-1) None 11,779 / 3:26
TEAM PITCHING 7/29 at MIA
7/30 OFF DAY
L, 0-5 52-53 3rd/-6.0 Urena (3-10) Hellickson (4-2) None 12,112 / 2:46

Most strikeouts (9-inning game) ............................................18 May 6 vs. PHI 7/31 vs. NYM W, 25-4 53-53 3rd/-5.5 Roark (5-12) Matz (5-9) None 35,029 / 3:16
8/1 vs. NYM W, 5-3 54-53 3rd/-5.0 Milone (1-0) Syndergaard (6-2)Herrera (16) 34,319 / 2:38
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game) ......................................18 April 8 vs. NYM (12.0 Inn.) 8/2 vs. CIN W, 10-4 55-53 3rd/-5.0 Scherzer (15-5) Mahle (7-9) None 28,845 / 3:14
Most walks (9-inning game)...................................................11 2x: Sept. 2 vs. MIL, Sept. 4 vs. STL 8/3 vs. CIN 3rd/-5.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 8/4)
8/4 vs. CIN L, 1-7 55-54 3rd/-6.0 DeSclafani (5-3) Gonzalez (6-8) None 32,687 / 2:58
Most walks (extra-inning game) ..............................................7 April 1 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 8/4 vs. CIN W, 6-2 56-54 3rd/-6.0 Hellickson (5-2) Harvey (5-7) None 36,149 / 3:05
8/5 vs. CIN W, 2-1 57-54 3rd/-6.0 Roark (6-12) Castillo (6-9) Herrera (17) 33,486 / 2:39
Most runs allowed, game........................................................13 April 3 at ATL 8/6 OFF DAY 3rd/-5.5
8/7 vs. ATL W, 8-3 58-54 3rd/-6.0 Rodriguez (1-1) Allard (1-1) None 26,965 / 3:08
Most runs allowed, inning ........................................................9 April 18 at NYM (8th Inn.) 8/7 vs. ATL L, 1-3 58-55 3rd/-6.0 Biddle (3-0) Herrera (2-3) Minter (9) 28,970 / 2:54
Most hits allowed, game.........................................................22 July 8 vs. MIA 8/8 vs. ATL L, 3-8 58-56 3rd/-6.0 Foltynewicz (9-7) Milone (1-1) None 30,203 / 3:04
8/9 vs. ATL W, 6-3 59-56 3rd/-5.5 Gonzalez (7-8) Parsons (0-1) None 28,347 / 2:30
Most hits allowed (extra-inning game) ...................................13 Sept. 11 at PHI (10.0 Inn.) 8/10 at CHI L, 2-3 59-57 3rd/-5.5 Cishek (3-1) Solis (1-2) Strop (9) 41,531 / 3:10
8/11 at CHI W, 9-4 60-57 3rd/-5.5 Roark (7-12) Lester (12-5) None 41,320 / 3:11
Fewest hits allowed, game .......................................................2 Sept. 15 at ATL, April 14 vs COL, April 9 vs. ATL 8/12 at CHI L, 3-4 60-58 3rd/-5.5 Wilson (4-3) Madson (2-5) None 36,490 / 2:56
Most home runs allowed, game ................................................5 Sept. 4 vs. STL 8/13 at STL L, 6-7 60-59 3rd/-7.0 Hudson (3-0) Glover (0-1) None 37,197 / 3:19
8/14 at STL L, 4-6 60-60 3rd/-8.0 Gant (5-4) Gonzalez (7-9) Hicks (4) 38,214 / 3:12
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING 8/15 at STL L, 2-4 60-61 3rd/-9.0 Gomber (3-0) Hellickson (5-3) Norris (23) 36,696/ 3:07
8/16 at STL W, 5-4 61-61 3rd/-8.0 Roark (8-12) Weaver (6-11) Glover (1) 38.074 / 3:28
Most innings pitched, starter ................................................9.0 2x: Max Scherzer (9/8 vs. CHI and 4/9 vs. ATL) 8/17 vs. MIA W, 8-2 62-61 3rd/-7.0 Scherzer (16-5) Straily (4-6) None 37,106 / 3:03
Most innings pitched, reliever ...............................................4.2 2x: Jefry Rodriguez (9/15 at ATL and 6/3 at ATL) 8/18 vs. MIA L, 5-7 (10) 62-62 3rd/-7.0 Steckenrider (4-2) Glover (0-2) Gaves (1) 30,900 / 3.37
8/19 vs. MIA L, 1,-12 62-63 3rd/-7.0 Urena (4-12) Gonzalez (7-10) None 31,435 / 2:30
Most strikeouts, starter ..........................................................15 Max Scherzer (5/6 vs. PHI) 8/20 OFF DAY 3rd/-7.5
8/21 vs. PHI W, 10-4 63-63 3rd/-7.5 Cordero (1-0) Arano (1-2) None 24,080 / 3:16
Most strikeouts, reliever ...........................................................5 2x: Justin Miller (6/2 at ATL), Sammy Solis (4/8 vs. NYM) 8/22 vs. PHI W, 8-7 64-63 3rd/-7.5 Grace (1-1) Dominguez (1-4) None 31,885 / 3:45
8/23 vs. PHI L, 0-2 64-64 3rd/-8.5 Nola (15-3) Scherzer (16-6) Neshek (4) 29,475 / 2:41
Longest winning streak ................................................ 9 games Max Scherzer (4/9-6/5) 8/24 at NYM L, 0-3 64-65 3rd/-8.5 Vargas (4-8) Gonzalez (7-11) Gsellman (8) 23,763 / 2:35
Longest losing streak ................................................... 6 games 2x: Tanner Roark (6/12-7/13) Gio Gonzalez (6/15-8/4) 8/25 at NYM L, 0-3 64-66 3rd/-8.5 Wheeler (9-6) Roark (8-13) None 29,868 / 2:51
8/26 at NYM W, 15-0 65-66 3rd/-8.5 Rodriguez (2-1) Matz (5-11) None 23,192 / 3:25
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter ........................20.0 Max Scherzer (8/7-8/23) 8/27 at PHI W, 5-3 66-66 3rd/-8.0 Strasburg (7-7) Elin (9-5) Miller (1) 21,261 / 3:13
8/28 at PHI W, 5-4 67-66 3rd/-8.0 Glover (1-2) Neshek (1-1) Holland (1) 21,083 / 3:28
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever .......................13.0 Brandon Kintzler (4/11-5/4) 8/29 at PHI L, 6-8 67-67 3rd/-7.5 Dominguez (2-5) Cordero (1-1) Hunter (3) 22,525 / 3:38
Most earned runs allowed.......................................................10 A.J. Cole (4/3 at ATL) 8/30 OFF DAY 3rd/-7.5
8/31 vs. MIL L, 1-4 67-68 3rd/-7.5 Chacin (14-5) Roark (8-14) Jeffress (8) 30,676 / 3:11
Most hits allowed ...................................................................10 7x: Last: Gio Gonzalez (8/19 vs. MIA). 9/1 vs. MIL W, 5-4 68-68 3rd/-7.5 Holland (1-2) Soria (1-4) Miller (2) 30,875 / 3:44 (1:57)
9/2 vs. MIL L, 4-9 68-69 3rd/-8.5 Woodruff (3-0) Rodriguez (2-2) None 30,032 / 3:22
Most walks allowed ..................................................................7 Jefry Rodriguez (9/2 vs. MIL) 9/3 vs. STL W, 4-3 (10) 69-69 3rd/-7.5 Holland (2-2) Shreve (3-3) None 28,648 / 3:51
Most home runs allowed ...........................................................3 4x: Last: Tanner Roark (8/31 vs. MIL) 9/4 vs. STL L, 8-11 69-70 3rd/-7.5 Ross (8-9) Williams (0-1) Hicks (6) 21,637 / 4:10
9/5 vs. STL L, 6-7 69-71 3rd/-7.5 Mikolas (14-4) Roark (8-15) Martinez (1) 22,124 / 3:35
MISCELLANEOUS TEAM 9/6 vs. CHI L, 4-6(10) 69-72 3rd/-8.5 Strop (5-1) Cordero (1-2) Chavez (3) 32,070 / 4:00
9/7 vs. CHI 3rd/-8.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 9/8) (1:21, 2:58)
Longest winning streak ................................................ 6 games 2x: May 25-30 and April 29-May 4 9/8 vs. CHI(D) W, 10-3 70-72 3rd/-8.0 Scherzer (17-6) Garcia (3-7) None N/A / 2:45 (2:10)
Longest losing streak ................................................... 5 games 2x: June 30-July 4 and April 3 to April 8 9/8 vs. CHI(N) W, 6-5 71-72 3rd/-7.5 Suero (2-0) Wilson (4-4) Holland (2)41,346 / 3:15 (1:29)
9/9 vs. CHI 3rd/-8.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (Made up 9/13)
Longest game, innings ...........................................................14 June 2 at ATL 9/10 at PHI POSTPONED DUE TO WET GROUNDS (Made up (9/11)
9/11 at PHI (D) W, 3-1 72-72 3rd/-8.0 Fedde (2-3) Pivetta (7-12) Doolittle (23) 19,630 / 3:27
Longest game, time (9-inning game) ..................................4:10 Sept. 4 vs. STL 9/11 at PHI (N) W, 7-6 (10) 73-72 3rd/-8.0 Suero (3-0) Rios (3-2) Holland (3) 19,630 / 4:16
9/12 at PHI W, 5-1 74-72 3rd/-8.0 Strasburg (8-7) Nola (16-5) None 20,258 / 2:56
Longest game, time (extra-inning game) ............................4:28 July 1 at PHI (13.0 inn.) 9/13 vs. CHI L, 3-4 (10) 74-73 3rd/-8.5 Strop (6-1) Doolittle (3-3) Rosario (1) 30,173 / 3:46
Shortest game, time ............................................................2:16 June 5 vs. TBR 9/14 at ATL L, 5-10 74-74 3rd/-9.5 Gausman (10-10)Scherzer (17-7) None 39,268 / 3:54
9/15 at ATL W, 7-1 75-74 3rd/-8.5 Rodriguez (3-2) Teheran (9-8) None 36,050 / 3:41
Largest crowd, Nationals Park .........................................42,723 July 3 vs. BOS 9/16 at ATL
9/17 at MIA
Smallest crowd, Nationals Park .......................................19,357 April 10 vs. ATL 9/18 at MIA
Largest winning margin .................................................21 runs July 31 vs. NYM (W, 25-4) 9/19 OFF DAY
9/20 vs. NYM
Largest losing margin ....................................................11 runs 2x: Aug. 19 vs. MIA (L, 1-12). June 25 at TBR (L, 0-11) 9/21 vs. NYM
9/22 vs. NYM
Largest deicit overcome to win ........................................9 runs July 5 vs. MIA (Behind, 9-0 after T4th, W 14-12) 9/23 vs. NYM
Largest lead relinquished to lose......................................4 runs July 24 at MIL (Ahead 4-0 after T2, lost 4-5 in 10 inn.) 9/24 vs. MIA
9/25 vs. MIA
Most double plays turned .........................................................4 July 6 vs. MIA 9/26 vs. MIA
9/27 OFF DAY
Most double plays hit into ........................................................3 3x: Sept. 4 vs. STL, July 1 at PHI (13 inn.), April 11 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 9/28 at COL
9/29 at COL
Most errors ...............................................................................3 July 27 at MIA 9/30 at COL
TEAM MISC.
RECENT TRANSACTIONS
8/21 ....Acquired INF Andruw Monasterio and a player to be named later or cash considerations from the Chicago Cubs in exchange for 2B Daniel Murphy...
Traded 1B Matt Adams to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for cash considerations...Recalled inielder Adrian Sanchez and outielder Andrew
Stevenson from Triple-A Syracuse...Returned RHP Kelvin Herrera from the 10-day disabled list...Placed LHP Tommy Milone on the 10-day disabled list
(retro to Aug. 20) with left shoulder soreness.
8/22 ....Reinstated RHP Stephen Strasburg from the 10-day disabled list...Optioned INF Adrian Sanchez to Triple-A Syracuse.
8/27 ....Reinstated RHP Ryan Madson from the 10-day disabled list...Placed RHP Kelvin Herrera on the 10-day disabled list with a torn left lisfranc ligament.
8/31 ....Acquired RHP Andrew Istler from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for RHP Ryan Madson...Recalled LHP Sammy Solis from Triple-A Syracuse...
Acquired C/1B KJ Harrison and INF Gilbert Lara from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for LHP Gio Gonzalez.
9/1 .....Recalled C Pedro Severino and selected RHP Austen Williams from Triple-A Syracuse.
9/4 ......Recalled OF Victor Robles, INF Adrian Sanchez and RHP Austin Voth from Triple-A Syracuse...Returned from rehab and reinstated RHP Erick Fedde
and RHP Joe Ross...Selected the contract of RHP Kyle McGowin from Triple-A Syracuse...Returned from rehab and reinstated LHP Tommy Milone and
assigned his contract outright to Triple-A Syracuse.
9/7 ......Reinstated LHP Sean Doolittle from the 10-day disabled list.
9/11 ....Reisntated RHP Jeremy Hellickson from the 10-day disabled list.
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
9/15atATL HELLICKSON — W, 7-1 3.0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 60 9/15atATL W, 7-1 W 2 6.0 0 0 0 3 1 0
9/14atATL SCHERZER L L, 5-10 4.0 7 6 6 3 6 0 4 102 9/14atATL L, 5-10 — 6 4.0 6 4 4 2 4 0
9/13vsCHI ROSS — L, 3-4 5.0 4 2 2 2 0 0 2 74 9/13atCHI W, 3-4 L 6 5.0 6 2 2 2 4 1
9/12atPHI STRASBURG W W, 5-1 7.0 5 1 1 0 9 1 5 101 9/12atPHI W, 5-1 — 2 2.0 0 0 0 1 1 0
9/11atPHI ROARK — W, 7-6 4.2 10 5 5 0 2 0 3 70 9/11atPHI W, 7-6 W, S 8 5.1 3 1 1 5 4 1
9/11atPHI FEDDE W W, 3-1 5.2 2 0 0 2 9 0 2 100 9/11atPHI W, 3-1 S, H, H, H 4 3.1 3 1 1 2 6 0
9/8vsCHI RODRIGUEZ — W, 6-5 4.0 2 4 4 3 7 1 1 83 9/8vsCHI W, 6-5 W, S, H, H 6 5.0 4 1 1 1 5 0
9/8vsCHI SCHERZER W W, 10-3 9.0 9 3 3 0 11 0 10 111 9/8vsCHI W, 10-3 — 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9/6vsCHI STRASBURG — L, 4-6 5.2 6 3 2 3 6 0 4 111 9/6vsCHI L, 4-6 L 6 4.1 5 1 3 1 2 0
9/5vsSTL ROARK L L, 6-7 5.0 10 6 6 0 4 2 1 111 9/5vsSTL L, 6-7 — 3 4.0 1 1 1 1 0 1
TEAM PITCHING STATS
Starters Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
75-74 149 0 0 0 4.06 2 850.1 786 407 384 106 269 16 42 842 8.9 .245
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
50-50 14068 16.5 5.02 474 1 21 4 19 26 170 14 36 26 62 3.13
BFP AB QS 2B 3B PCS PKO IR ISC IRS% GB FB GB% H/9 HR/9 BB/9 BABIP OPS
3562 3206 69 170 14 4 5 0 0 - 1002 805 42.3 8.32 1.12 2.85 .298 .716

Relievers Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
73-74 147 38 51 74 3.89 0 480.2 432 215 208 73 166 20 30 451 8.4 .239
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
25-24 7638 15.9 4.21 225 - 18 1 6 11 82 9 34 17 31 2.72
BFP AB QS 2B 3B PCS PKO IR ISC IRS% GB FB GB% H/9 HR/9 BB/9 BABIP OPS
2025 1811 0 82 9 7 9 210 51 24.3 563 492 41.5 8.09 1.37 3.11 .277 .726

Team Totals Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
75-74 149 38 51 74 4 2 1331.0 1218 622 592 179 435 36 72 1293 8.7 .243
#PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
21706 16.3 4.73 699 6 39 5 25 37 252 23 70 43 93 2.97
BFP AB QS 2B 3B PCS PKO IR ISC IRS% GB FB GB% H/9 HR/9 BB/9 BABIP OPS
5587 5017 69 252 23 11 14 210 51 24.3 1565 1297 42 8.24 1.21 2.94 .290 .719

REC. BY BATTING ORDER REC. BY POSITION


PLAYER Bat1 Bat2 Bat3 Bat4 Bat5 Bat6 Bat7 Bat8 Bat9 PLAYER C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH
Adams, Matt 4~1 18~5 9~10 6~4 0~2 Adams, Matt 26~18 8~4 3~0
Bautista, Rafael 0~1 Bautista, Rafael 0~1
Difo, Wilmer 2~2 22~23 12~13 15~8 Difo, Wilmer 40~37 10~6 1~3
Eaton, Adam 31~38 1~0 0~1 0~1 Eaton, Adam 3~6 29~31 0~3
Goodwin, Brian 1~1 0~1 1~1 1~3 Goodwin, Brian 2~2 1~2 0~2
Harper, Bryce 9~3 15~11 37~40 11~140~2 Harper, Bryce 26~29 46~40 0~1
Kendrick, Howie 3~6 1~0 3~2 12~8 0~2 Kendrick, Howie 17~15 2~3
Kieboom, Spencer 1~1 13~15 2~1 Kieboom, Spencer 16~17
Montero, Miguel 1~1 0~1 Montero, Miguel 1~2
Murphy, Daniel 0~2 5~11 6~13 7~5 Murphy, Daniel 2~8 15~21 1~2
Rendon, Anthony 9~12 31~27 20~23 Rendon, Anthony 60~62
Reynolds, Mark 5~5 6~3 7~10 1~2 Reynolds, Mark 16~16 3~3
Reynolds, Matt 1~0 Reynolds, Matt 1~0
Robles, Victor 0~1 1~0 1~0 Robles, Victor 1~0 1~1
Sanchez, Adrian 1~0 1~2 2~0 Sanchez, Adrian 3~1 1~2
Severino, Pedro 2~0 1~1 5~7 15~21 2~3 Severino, Pedro 25~31
Sierra, Moises 2~3 0~2 2~2 Sierra, Moises 4~6 0~1
Soto, Juan 1~0 9~12 2~5 2~6 29~26 5~1 1~1 Soto, Juan 49~51
Stevenson, Andrew 1~1 4~0 1~1 1~1 Stevenson, Andrew 6~2 1~1
Taylor, Michael A. 0~1 3~3 21~18 18~14 2~1 2~3 Taylor, Michael A. 46~40
Turner, Trea 33~30 35~30 1~2 4~7 1~2 Turner, Trea 74~71
Wieters, Matt 2~0 6~7 13~5 12~12 Wieters, Matt 33~24
Zimmerman, Ryan 2~1 0~1 16~17 2~4 11~8 0~1 Zimmerman, Ryan 31~32

PINCH HITTING CATCHERS DEFENSE


Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO AVG OBP SLG CATCHER GS W-L CCS SBA CS% PB CATCHER ERA
Howie Kendrick 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .500 .667 .500 Spencer Kieboom
Max Scherzer 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500 .500 2018 33 16-17 9 21 42.9% 2 3.79 (127 ER/301.2 IP)
Bryce Harper 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 2 .333 .500 .667 Career 33 16-17 9 21 42.9% 2 3.79 (127 ER/301.2 IP)
Juan Soto 3 3 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 .333 .333 1.333 Pedro Severino
Mark Reynolds 32 28 4 8 2 0 2 6 3 0 8 .286 .375 .571 2018 56 25-31 10 40 27.5% 4 3.76 (213 ER/510.0 IP)
Adam Eaton 13 12 2 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 4 .250 .308 .250 Career 70 32-38 15 52 30.8% 6 3.83 (281 ER/660.2 IP)
Victor Robles 5 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .200 .200 .200 Matt Wieters
Andrew Stevenson31 25 3 5 0 0 1 7 2 0 12 .200 .233 .320 2018 57 33-24 12 40 30.0% 2 4.11 (225 ER/492.1 IP)
Ryan Zimmerman 12 10 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 .200 .333 .200 Career 957 495-462 180 608 29.6% 26 4.22 (3984 ER/8494.2 IP)
Michael A. Taylor 23 21 2 4 0 0 0 1 2 0 7 .190 .261 .190
Wilmer Difo 16 14 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 .143 .200 .143
Matt Reynolds 8 7 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 .143 .250 .143
Adrian Sanchez 10 9 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .111 .111 .111
Moises Sierra 13 11 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 .091 .231 .182
Rafael Bautista 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
Spencer Kieboom 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000
Pedro Severino 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 .000 .500 .000
Trea Turner 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 .000 .667 .000
Matt Wieters 10 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 .000 .100 .000
ROOKIE OF THE
YEAR

WHEN HOWIE KENDRICK WENT DOWN WITH AN ACHILLES INJURY ON MAY 19, NATIONALS PRESIDENT OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS
AND GENERAL MANAGER MIKE RIZZO MADE THE CALL TO BRING THE 19-YEAR OLD JUAN SOTO TO THE MAJOR LEAGUES...SINCE
THAT DAY - AND PRIOR - SOTO HAS PUT TOGETHER ONE OF THE BEST SEASONS BY A TEENAGER IN MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY.

THE FACTS
THE COMPETITION STATISTIC (NL ROOKIE RANK) SOTO ACUÑA JR.
While Juan Soto has put together one of the best seasons in the National League, Batting Average (min. 400 PA) 1st, .304 2nd, .296
he faces stiff competition in Ronald Acuña Jr. in his quest for the National League On-Base Percentage (min. 400 PA) 1st, .421 2nd, .372
Rookie of the Year. OPS (min. 400 PA) 1st, .956 2nd, .954
NAME G AB R HR RBI XBH BB SO AVG OBP SLG OPS RBI 1st, 63 3rd, 55
Soto 103 365 72 20 63 43 74 91 .304 .421 .534 .956 Walks 1st, 74 4th, 42
Acuña Jr. 97 378 71 25 55 54 42 105 .296 .372 .582 .954 BB% 1st, 16.8% 4th, 9.8%
wOBA 1st, .405 2nd, .401
“I watched this guy, and his ability to hit the ball all over the field is impressive. Win Prob. Added (FanGraphs) 1st, 3.22 4th, 1.67
I’ve seen him hit balls to the left side of the field like right-handed hitters. I was wRC+ 1st, 154 T1st, 152
just amazed how mature he was in the batter’s box.” – Davey Martinez on Juan WAR (FanGraphs) 2nd, 3.8 1st, 4.0
Soto (Washington Post) Slugging Percentage (min. 400 PA) 2nd, .534 1st, .582
Win Prob. Added (Baseball Reference) 1st, 3.409 4th, 1.906
“I’ve been doing this a long time. Hall of Famers, MVPs -- he’s as gifted as any of Runs 2nd, 72 3rd, 71
them. And that’s as high a compliment as I can give somebody. I really think he’s Home Runs T2nd, 20 1st, 25
that special.” – Kevin Long on Juan Soto (MLB.com) WAR (Baseball Reference) 4th, 3.0 1st, 4.5
***Extensive research on this sheet provided by Baseball-Reference.com, FanGraphs.com and the Elias Sports Bureau***

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE HISTORY IN THE MAKING - HOMERS AND RBI (AND WALKS)
Not only does Juan Soto rank among the top National League rookies, but since May Juan Soto’s 20 home runs and 63 RBI rank among the most recorded by a teenager
15 (the first game in his game log, due to the suspended game vs. NYY), Juan Soto in a single season in Major League history...His 74 walks are already the most by a
ranks among all National League hitters in: teenager in a season...As for homers and RBI...
• On-Base Percentage (3rd, .421) • Walks (4th, 74) HOME RUNS IN A SEASON RBI IN A SEASON
• Runs (5th, 72) • OPS (6th, .956) Rk. Player HR Rk. Player RBI
• Batting Average (9th, .304) • Slugging Percentage (11th, .534) 1. Tony Conigliaro (1964) 24 1. Phil Cavarretta (1935) 82
2. Bryce Harper (2012) 22 2. Mel Ott (1928) 77
TOP OF THE CHARTS
3. Juan Soto (2018) 20 3. George Davis (1890)* 73
Moreover, among all National Leaguers in 2018 (min. 425 PA), Juan Soto ranks in:
4. Mickey Mantle (1951) 65
• On-Base Percentage (1st, .421) • OPS (3rd, .956)
5. Jimmy Sheckard (1898)* 64
• Batting Average (6th, .304) • Slugging Percentage (11th, .534)
6. Juan Soto (2018) 63
.300/.400/.500 *RBI did not become an official statistic until 1920
Juan Soto enters play on Sunday, Sept. 14 with a .304 batting average, .421 on-
HISTORY IN THE MAKING - AVERAGE, ON-BASE, SLUGGING, OPS
base percentage and a .534 slugging percentage...If he can hold these current levels
Juan Soto is attempting to join some lists only occupied by a handful of teenagers:
through approximately 480 plate appearances (estimate), he will become just the
.300 AVG BY TEENS .400 OBP BY TEENS
14th rookie in Major League history to put together a .300/.400/.500 slash line.
*Since 1900, only two teenagers have *Since 1900, no teenagers have an
Year Player Age AVG OBP SLG
hit .300 in a season (min. 400 PA) OBP > .400 (min. 400 PA)
2001 Albert Pujols (ROY-1st) 21 .329 .403 .610
*Juan Soto: .304 in 440 PA *Juan Soto: .421 OBP in 440 PA
1977 Mitchell Page (ROY-2nd) 25 .307 .405 .521
Rk. Player AVG Rk. Player OBP
1975 Fred Lynn (ROY-1st) 23 .331 .401 .566
1. Mel Ott (1928) .322 1. Mel Ott (1928) .397
1951 Minnie Minoso (ROY-2nd) 25 .326 .422 .500
2. Edgar Renteria (1996) .309 2. Edgar Renteria (1996) .358
1939 Ted Williams 20 .327 .436 .609
.500 SLG BY TEENS .900 OPS BY TEENS
1939 Charlie Keller 22 .334 .447 .500
*Since 1900, only two teenagers have a *Since 1900, only Mel Ott (.921 in
1926 Paul Waner 23 .336 .413 .528
SLG > .500 (min. 400 PA) in a season 1928), has posted an OPS > .900
1924 Kiki Cuyler 25 .354 .402 .539
*Juan Soto: .534 SLG in 440 PA (min. 400 PA) as a teen.
1914 Benny Kauff 24 .370 .447 .534
Rk. Player AVG *Juan Soto: .956 OPS in 440 PA
1911 Shoeless Joe Jackson 23 .408 .468 .590
1. Tony Conigliaro (1964) .530
1899 Jimmy Williams 22 .354 .416 .530
2. Mel Ott (1928) .524
1896 Tom McCreery 21 .351 .409 .546
1894 Jimmy Bannon 23 .336 .414 .514 HISTORY IN THE MAKING - ADVANCED
According to FanGraphs.com’s offensive metric Weighted Runs Created Plus (wRC+),
ELECTRIC DEBUT
Juan Soto is in the process of putting together the most productive offensive season
On May 21 vs. San Diego, Soto made his first MLB start...In his first at bat of the
by a teenager in Major League history...At 154 wRC+, he ranks first ahead of Mel
game, he clubbed the first pitch he saw into San Diego’s bullpen, becoming the first
Ott (140 in 1928), Tony Conigliaro (138 in 1964) and Bryce Harper (121 in 2012),
teenager to homer in a MLB game since Bryce Harper (9/30/12 at STL)...Soto (19
among others (min. 400 PA).
years, 208 days) became the youngest player to homer in a game since Jurickson
• Also according to FanGraphs.com, his Win Probability Added of 3.22 is the best
Profar (19 years, 195 days) on Sept. 2, 2012 at Cleveland.
mark among teenagers in Major League history ahead of Bryce Harper in 2012
(1.87) and Ken Griffey Jr. in 1989 (1.22).
CY YOUNG

THREE-TIME CY YOUNG AWARD WINNER MAX SCHERZER HAS PUT TOGETHER A 2018 SEASON WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION FOR
HIS FOURTH AWARD...FOUR-TIME CY YOUNG AWARD WINNERS INCLUDE ROGER CLEMENS (7), RANDY JOHNSON (5), STEVE CARL-
TON (4) AND GREG MADDUX (4).

THE FACTS
THE COMPETITION STATISTIC (NL RANK) SCHERZER deGROM NOLA
While Max Scherzer has put together one of the best seasons in the Nation- Wins 1st, 17 T27th, 8 2nd, 16
al League, he is joined by Jacob deGrom and Aaron Nola as candiates for the Strikeouts 1st, 277 2nd, 239 4th, 201
league’s top pitching honor. Strikeouts/9.0 1st, 12.06 3rd, 11.03 9th, 9.34
NAME W-L ERA INN BB SO SO/9 SO/BB WHIP AVG SO/BB 1st, 5.65 3rd, 5.43 6th, 3.94
Scherzer 17-7 2.53 206.2 49 277 12.06 5.65 0.91 .188 WHIP 1st, 0.91 2nd, 0.95 3rd, 0.97
deGrom 8-9 1.71 195.0 44 239 11.03 5.43 0.95 .202 opp. AVG 1st, .188 5th, .202 3rd, .199
Nola 16-5 2.42 193.2 51 201 9.34 3.94 0.97 .199 opp. OBP 1st, .248 2nd, .253 3rd, .258
Innings Pitched 1st, 206.2 2nd, 195.0 3rd, 193.2
“He’s the most detail-oriented guy I’ve ever been around. […] Max goes to a WAR (Baseball Reference) 1st, 9.7 3rd, 8.7 2nd, 8.8
different level with everything: hitting, baserunning, pitching, all facets of the Baserunners/9.0 1st, 8.71 2nd, 8.82 3rd, 9.02
game.” – Derek Lilliquist on Max Scherzer (ESPN.com) Hits/9.0 1st, 6.10 4th, 6.55 3rd, 6.37
Quality Starts 1st, 26 2nd, 25 3rd, 23
“When you have the talent that he (Scherzer) does, that’s obviously good enough
ERA+ 3rd, 170 1st, 216 2nd, 173
to get people out. But when you combine it with the preparation, work ethic and
WAR (FanGraphs) 2nd, 6.8 1st, 7.7 4th, 5.3
competitiveness, that’s what makes him who he is. It makes him the best pitcher
Win Prob. Added (FanGraphs) 2nd, 5.09 1st, 5.76 3rd, 5.02
in baseball.” – Ryan Zimmerman on Max Scherzer (ESPN.com)
Win Prob. Added (BBRef) 2nd, 4.8 1st, 5.2 3rd, 4.7
“He’s definitely a different breed, always has been,” Price says. “Just seeing the ERA 3rd, 2.53 1st, 1.71 2nd, 2.42
way he goes about things. He’s a machine.” – David Price on Max Scherzer (ESPN. opp. AVG w/ RISP 3rd, .158 2nd, .148 1st, .130
com) opp. OPS 3rd, .579 1st, .538 2nd, .568
***Extensive research on this sheet provided by Baseball-Reference.com, FanGraphs.com and the Elias Sports Bureau*** opp. SLG 5th, .311 1st, .286 2nd, .310

STRIKEOUTS GALORE KEEPING IT 1,000x2


For the seventh consecutive season Max Scherzer eclipsed 200 strikeouts and for Max Scherzer recorded his 1,000th strikeout with Washington on July 2 vs. BOS.,
the fifth straight year, he’s recorded at least 250 strikeouts: becoming the 11th pitcher in MLB history to collect at least 1,000 strikeouts with two
• His streak of seven 200+ strikeout seasons is tied for second in MLB history: different clubs...The list, according to Elias: Jim Bunning (DET/PHI), Roger Clemens
Player Seasons Years (BOS/NYY), Randy Johnson (ARI/SEA), Mark Langston (ANA/SEA), Greg Maddux (CHI/
Tom Seaver (NYM) 9 1968-1976 ATL), Mike Mussina (BAL/NYY), Nolan Ryan (CAL/HOU), CC Sabathia (CLE/NYY), Luis
Max Scherzer (DET/WSH) 7 2012-pres. Tiant (BOS/CLE) and Cy Young (BOS/CLE)
Roger Clemens (BOS) 7 1986-1992
HARDWARE
Walter Johnson (WSH) 7 1910-1916
Max Scherzer was named National League Pitcher of the Month in both April and
• His streak of five 250+ strikeout seasons ranks second in MLB history:
May joining Chris Sale as the only players to take home the award twice this season.
Player Seasons Years
• In April, he went 5-1 with a 1.62 ERA (7 ER/39.0 IP) and 57 strikeouts and just
Randy Johnson (SEA/HOU/ARI) 6 1997-2002
nine walks...In three starts from April 9-20, he allowed just seven hits in 71
Max Scherzer (DET/WSH) 5 2014-pres.
at-bats, yielding an opponent slash line of .099/.169/.183...He struck out 30
Ferguson Jenkins (CHI) 4 1968-1971
batters and issued just four walks during this stretch of games....On April 9
Pedro Martinez (MON/BOS) 4 1997-2000
against Atlanta, he tossed his ninth career complete game (fifth career shut-
NEXT MILESTONES out) to end Washington’s five-game losing streak
With 277 strikeouts in hand, Max Scherzer is heading towards more milestones: • In May, he went 4-0 with a 2.21 ERA (10 ER/40.2 IP) and 63 strikeouts against
• 284 — Career high and Nationals record (2005-pres.) set in 2016 just 10 walks...He led the NL in strikeouts (63) and SO/9.0 IP (13.9)...He also
• 300 — Would become the 17th pitcher since 1900 (35x) and the fifth pitcher ranked in the top three in the NL in opp. OBP (2nd, .238), WHIP (2nd, 0.89), SO/
since 2000 (6x) to record a 300+ strikeout season BB (3rd, 6.30), opp. AVG (3rd, .176), and H/9.0 IP (3rd, 5.75).
• 313 — Walter Johnson’s D.C. baseball record for single-season strikeouts
NOTES OF NOTE
set in 1910
Some of Max Scherzer’s other notable accomplishments this season include:
MOVIN’ ON UP • Recorded an MLB best nine-game winning streak from April 9 to June 5.
As the 2018 season progressed, so too did Max Scherzer’s place on both the all-time • In the month of April, he was called upon to help snap five-game (4/9 vs. ATL),
and active strikeout lists...He began the season 66th all-time and seventh among three-game (4/14 vs. COL) and four-game (4/25 at SFG) losing streaks...He
active pitchers with 2,149 strikeouts...As of Sept. 14, he ranks 43rd all-time and fifth earned the victory in each start, pitching to a 1.64 ERA (4 ER/22.0 IP) with 31
among active pitchers with 2,426 strikeouts. strikeouts against just three walks.
• Did not earn the win, but struck out a season-high 15 batters on May 6 vs.
10 IS THE MAGIC NUMBER
Philadelphia...It was his fifth career 15+ strikeout game...He became the first
Max Scherzer’s penchant for 10+ strikeout games is on display yet again in 2018...
pitcher in Major League history (since 1913) to strike out at least 15 batters in
He has recorded 16 games of at least 10 strikeouts in 2018, the most in Major League
no more than 6.1 IP according to Baseball-Reference.com.
Baseball and the most over any National League pitcher by seven games (Jacob
• He tossed 20.0 consecutive scoreless innings from Aug. 7 to Aug. 23...It is the
deGrom, 9).
longest streak by a Nationals pitcher in 2018.