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Miami Marlins (48-76) VS.

Washington Nationals (62-61)


LHP Wei-Yin Chen (4-9, 5.32) | RHP Jefry Rodriguez (1-1, 5.84)
Friday, Aug. 17, 2018 l 7:05 p.m. ET l Game #123 / Home #59
Nationals Park l Washington, D.C.
Television: MASN 2 | 106.7 The Fan & Nationals Radio Network

Standing: 62-61, 3rd place, National League East • Home: 31-28 • Road: 31-33 • Streak: W2 • Last Five: 2-3 • Last Ten: 4-6
WHEN... NATIONALS NEWS OPPONENT
Leading after 6...................49-7 THERE’S NO MAXIN’ OUT MIAMI MARLINS
Tied after 6......................... 8-11 The Washington Nationals opened up their homestand with an 8-2 victory over the Miami Marlins on Friday Assistant hitting coach Joe Dillon made his MLB
Trailing after 6................... 6-42 night...With offensive support via home runs from Ryan Zimmerman and Matt Wieters as well as a multi- debut on May 18, 2005 with the Florida Marlins...
Leading after 7.................. 52-5 RBI night from Bryce Harper (3-for-4, 2B, 2 RBI), Max Scherzer went on to earn his Major League-leading In 2004, he was named the Florida Marlins Minor
Tied after 7........................... 5-6 16th win of the season after a strong outing on the mound (6.0 IP, 5 H, O ER, 1 BB, 7 SO) and at the plate League Player of the Year...Bryce Harper’s 24 home
Trailing after 7................... 5-50 (1-for-2, 2B, 2 R). runs are 11th-most all-time against the Florida/
Miami Marlins...Ryan Zimmeran (35) ranks third on
Leading after 8.................. 56-2 ROSTER MOVES that same list.
Tied after 8........................... 5-7 The Washington Nationals recalled right-handed pitchers Jimmy Cordero and Jefry Rodriguez from Triple-A
Trailing after 8................... 1-52 Syracuse and optioned Trevor Gott to Triple-A Syracuse...Additionally, right-handed pitcher Jeremy Hellick- THE SERIES
Extra innings: .......................2-6 son was placed on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Aug. 16) with a right wrist sprain. The Nationals won 14 straight games over the Mar-
lins from Aug. 9, 2017 to July 7, 2018...Washington
Scoring first......................49-23 MURPH’ IS MASHING outscored Miami 106-38 during the streak.
Opponent scores first....... 13-38 Daniel Murphy has hit safely in 10 straight games...It is his 16th career hitting streak of 10 games or longer...
Shutouts ........................... 5-11 He has put together two 14-game hitting streaks in his career...During his current 10-game hitting streak, 2018 / BY THE NUMBERS
Scoring fewer than 3.......... 7-35 Murphy is hitting .400 (16-for-40) with two doubles, two home runs, six RBI, one walk and four runs scored. 2018 W-L.................... 9-3 (4-1 in D.C., 5-2 in MIA)
Scoring 3 or more............. 54-26 • Since August 8, when his hitting streak began, Murphy’s 16 hits rank tied for third in the National Streak.................................................................W1
Scoring 5 or more............... 44-9 League. Aggregate Score................Nationals 83, Marlins 49
Series opener................... 22-19
HARPER IS HITTIN’ ALL-TIME SERIES / BY THE NUMBERS
Series finale..................... 20-20
On Friday night Bryce Harper recorded his 500th career RBI with an RBI-single in the seventh inning...His W-L / Nationals (2005-present)................. 125-125
Home series W-L-T........... 9-7-3 30 homers this season are tied for second in the National League and are the most among National League W-L / Home (2005-present)............................ 69-55
Road series W-L-T.......... 7-12-2 outfielders...The 30 home runs this season are his most since his MVP season of 2015 when he hit 42. W-L / Nationals Park (2008-present)............. 54-43
Total series W-L-T........ 16-19-5 • Harper is hitting .370 (34-for-92) with nine doubles, seven home runs, 25 RBI, 13 walks, three stolen W-L / Away (2005-present)............................ 56-70
bases and 21 runs scored in 26 games since returning from the All-Star break. W-L / Franchise (Expos/Nationals)............. 207-216
Home series sweeps............. 3-3
• His turnaround began on June 21, when he entered the day with a .209/.347/.462...Since that day, he is
Road series sweeps...............5-3
Total series sweeps.............. 8-6 hitting .307/.440/.602...He ranks in the NL in OBP (2nd, .440), OPS (2nd, 1.043), runs (2nd, 37), doubles 2018 AGAINST THE MARLINS
(T2nd, 16), SLG (4th, .602) and home runs (T8th, 11) during this stretch. DATE RESULT WIN-LOSS-SAVE
At home............................ 31-28 5/25atMIA W, 9-5 Scherzer-Wittgren-Doolittle
On the road...................... 31-33 STATS ON SOTO 5/26atMIA W, 4-1 Miller-Ziegler-Doolittle
After day off....................... 4-10 Juan Soto leads all MLB rookies (min. 325 PA), in on-base percentage (.414), slugging percentage (.530), and 5/27atMIA W, 5-2 Strasburg-Hernandez-Kintzler
OPS (.944)...He ranks fourth in batting average (.293). 7/5vsMIA W, 14-12 Kelley-Conley-Doolittle
One-run games................ 12-21 • Even though he was called up on May 20, he ranks among National League rookies this season in walks 7/6vsMIA W, 3-2 Doolittle-Barraclough-None
Two-run games................ 17-16 (1st, 56), runs (2nd, 54), home runs (3rd, 15), doubles (T3rd, 17), RBI (T3rd, 44) and hits (6th, 79). 7/7vsMIA W, 18-4 Scherzer-Chen-None
Opp. at or above .500........30-37 • Since May 15 (the first game in his game log, due to the suspended game vs. NYY), Soto ranks among all 7/8vsMIA L, 2-10 Conley-Roark-None
Opp. below .500................32-24 National League hitters in on-base percentage (4th, .414), OPS (6th, .944), walks (4th, 56), runs (5th, 7/26atMIA W, 10-3 Miller-Conley-None
54), slugging percentage (11th, .530) and home runs (T11th, 15). 7/27atMIA W, 9-1 Scherzer-Lopez-None
Come-from-behind wins........ 18 • Among all National League hitters (min. 325 PA) in 2018, he ranks in on-base percentage (2nd, .414), 7/28atMIA L, 1-2(10) Graves-Herrera-None
Last at-bat W-L.................. 8-14 OPS (5th, .944) and slugging percentage (10th, .530). 7/29atMIA L, 0-5 Urena-Hellickson-None
Walk-off W-L........................ 3-6 • Soto’s 15 home runs rank sixth among teenagers in Major League history...H.O.F. Ken Griffey Jr. is fifth 8/17vsMIA W, 8-2 Scherzer-Straily-None
Facing left-handed SP..... 13-21 on the list with 16. 8/18vsMIA
Facing right-handed SP .. 49-40 8/19vsMIA
MORE MAX MILESTONES 9/17atMIA
Day games....................... 22-24 With 234 strikeouts this season, Max Scherzer is approaching his fifth straight 250+ strikeout season...
9/18atMIA
Night games.................... 39-37 According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his current four-season streak is tied for the second-longest streak in
9/24vsMIA
March/April...................... 13-16 MLB history: 9/25vsMIA
May.................................... 20-7 Player Seasons Years 9/26vsMIA
June................................... 9-16 Randy Johnson (SEA/HOU/ARI) 6 1997-2002 DAVE MARTINEZ
July................................... 11-14 Max Scherzer (DET/WSH) 4 2014-pres.
August................................. 9-8 Ferguson Jenkins (CHI) 4 1968-1971 Nationals manager Dave Martinez was named the
Sept./Oct.............................. 0-0 Pedro Martinez (MON/BOS) 4 1997-2000 seventh field manager in Nationals history on Oct.
30, 2017. He joined the Nationals for what will be
Pre All-Star break............. 48-48 his 30th season in professional baseball. A 16-year
Post All-Star break........... 14-13 PITCHERS WHO RAKE Major League outfielder, Martinez has been a Major
On Friday night, Max Scherzer went 1-for-2 with a double and two runs scored... With his two runs scored
Wearing home whites......... 9-12 Friday night and the two runs scored by Tanner Roark on Thursday night, it marked the first time in Nation- League coach for the last 10 seasons, serving as Cubs
Wearing road greys............25-24 als history that a pitcher has scored at least two runs in back-to-back games...Washington’s pitching staff manager Joe Maddon’s bench coach and right-hand
Wearing red alternates....... 9-12 leads the National League in hits (37) and batting average (.162), on-base percentage (.190) and slugging man in Chicago (2015–17) as well as Tampa Bay
Wearing blue alternates........6-1 percentage (.210)...Nationals pitchers are tied for first with the Milwaukee Brewers for fewest strikeouts (78). (2008–14). This is the first Major League managerial
Wearing blue stars & stripes.... 4-3 • The single-season Nationals record (2005-pres.) for hits by the pitching staff is 53 in 2005 and 2016. assignment of Martinez’s career.
Wearing white stars & stripes..10-8 • Max Scherzer ranks among National League pitchers in hits (1st, 16), runs score (1st, 7), batting aver- WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
When homering.................50-31 age (2nd, .296), on-base percentage (2nd, .333) and RBI (T3rd, 5).
• Tanner Roark is tied for first the National League with seven RBI and he is the only pitcher with a triple. @ESPNeddiematz - ESPN.com (Aug. 17)
When playing error free.....39-40
Not including part-time hitter Shohei Otani, the lead-
When SP goes 6.0+ IP.......42-28
When SP goes 7.0+ IP...... 26-10
NATIONALS HISTORY erboard for runs scored among MLB pitchers looks like
August 18 (7-6 on this date) this right now:
When SP goes 8.0+ IP.......... 6-0
2014 – Tied at 4-4 in the bottom of the 11th inning, Adam LaRoche stepped to the plate and clubbed his
vs. NL East....................... 26-24 first – and what turned out to be his only – career walk-off home run to propel Washington to the 5-4 win 1. Max Scherzer, Nationals (7)
vs. NL Central.................... 13-8 over Arizona. None of LaRoche’s initial 235 career MLB home runs were of the walk-off variety (255 career 2. Tanner Roark, Nationals (6)
vs. NL West........................13-16 home runs). Only Mark Teixeira (361) had hit more homers among active players without a game-ending
vs. AL East......................... 9-11 blast. The win was Washington’s third walk-off win in as many games set a new team record (since 2005). @masnPete - MASNSports.com (Aug. 17)
Lots of Nats offense in the seventh, with the lead
IN THE COMMUNITY growing to 8-2. Harper has an RBI single for his 500th
August 22: Swim Night career RBI, then came home on a throwing error on
The Nationals are excited to have DMV Native and five-time Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky throw out a Rendon’s single to right. Soto just plated Rendon.
ceremonial first pitch for Swim Night at Nationals Park. With the purchase of this special Swim Night ticket,
fans will have the opportunity to take part in an exclusive pregame meet-and-greet with Katie. This will be @jorgecastillo - Washington Post (Aug. 17)
a first come, first served opportunity. All fans who purchase this special ticket will receive a limited edition The Nationals won 8-2 and gained a game on the
Washington Nationals branded swim cap. For tickets and more information, please visit nationals.com/Swim. Braves. They’re 62-61 and 7 back.
SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS
DATE OPP./SITE D.C. TIME D.C. TV DC RADIO NATIONALS STARTER OPPONENTS STARTER
Sat., Aug. 18 vs. MIA 7:05 p.m. MASN 2 106.7 The Fan RHP Jefry Rodriguez (1-1, 5.84) LHP Wei-Yin Chen (4-9, 5.32)
• The Nationals will see Wei-Yin Chen for the third time this season...He allowed seven earned runs on seven hits in 4.1 innings in Washington’s 18-4 win on July 7.
Sun., Aug. 19 vs. MIA 1:35 p.m. MASN 2 106.7 The Fan LHP Gio Gonzalez (7-9, 4.12) RHP Pablo López (2-3, 4.79)
• Washington has plated nine earned runs in 10.2 innings against the rookie Pablo López in 2018.
#68 - JEFRY RODRIGUEZ - RHP SPLITS
Tall, hard-throwing righty was added to Washington’s 40-man roster following the 2017 season...Embarked on his first Major League Spring Train- 2018
ing in 2018...Baseball America cites him as the No. 24 prospect in Washington’s Minor League system and as having the “Best Fastball” among Home........... 1-0, 6.00 ERA (10 ER/15.0 IP), 4 G / 3 GS
Road............... 0-1, 5.59 ERA (6 ER/9.2 IP), 2 G / 1 GS
Nationals farmhands.
vs. Left............................................. .326 / .415 / .587
AGAINST THE MARLINS: Makes his first career start against the Marlins...Has faced them once, tossing 1.0 IP of scoreless relief in Washington’s vs. Right.......................................... .188 / .304 / .375
14-12 win on July 5. SO/9.0 IP...............................................................7.30
LAST START: Tossed 5.0 IP striking out three batters along the way while giving up just one run on three hits...Earned his first career win in Washing- BB/9.0 IP...............................................................4.74
ton’s 8-3 win on August 7 against the Atlanta Braves. HR/9.0 IP...............................................................1.46
2018 NOTES SO/BB...................................................................1.54
• Was recalled on July 5 for third career Major League stint...Made two starts in his previous stint. GB%................................................................. 42.5%
FB%.................................................................. 57.5%
• Was recalled on June 19 for his second career Major League stint.
RS/RSA...........................................................20 / 7.30
• Made his Major League debut on June 3 at Atlanta...Was called upon in the bottom of the first inning after Jeremy Hellickson left the game due to Team Record When Starting................................... 4-2
injury...Impressed with 4.2 innings of four-hit, shutout ball...Struck out three batters while issuing just two walks. Quality Starts.............................................................0
• Is 5-3 with a 3.31 ERA in 13 starts for Double-A Harrisburg...Has 72 strikeouts and a .222 opp. batting average. March/April.......0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
• Has not allowed an earned run in his last three Double-A starts...Has allowed just four hits while striking out 21 batters. May...................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
• Has struck out a season-high nine batters twice (4/18 vs. Reading and 5/21 at Hartford). June.............. 0-0, 5.93 ERA (9 ER/13.2 IP), 3 G / 2 GS
2017 NOTES July.................. 0-1, 9.00 ERA (6 ER/9.0 IP), 2 G / 2 GS
August............ 1-0, 1.80 ERA (1 ER/5.0 IP), 1 G / 1 GS
• Went 4-3 with a 3.32 ERA in 12 games (10 starts) for Single-A Potomac.
Sept./Oct...........0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
• Left-handed batters hit just .175 with a .283 on-base percentage and a .213 slugging percentage against him (14-for-80, 3 2B, 23 SO).
• Finished the season strong, posting a 2.81 ERA (5 ER/16.0 IP) with a .196 opponent batting average (10-for-51) in his final five games/three starts. CAREER
• Improved his WHIP (1.11), hits per 9.0 IP (6.9), strikeouts per 9.0 IP (8.1), walks per 9.0 IP (3.0) and strikeout-to-walk ratio (2.68) during the 2017 Home........... 1-0, 6.00 ERA (10 ER/15.0 IP), 4 G / 3 GS
season as compared to 2016, with all numbers proving better than his career numbers Road............... 0-1, 5.59 ERA (6 ER/9.2 IP), 2 G / 1 GS
2016 NOTES vs. Left............................................. .326 / .415 / .587
• Made a career-high 25 starts and recorded a career-high seven wins for Single-A Hagerstown. vs. Right.......................................... .188 / .304 / .375
2015 NOTES
vs. MIAMI MARLINS
• Went 4-10 with a 5.42 ERA in a then career-high 23 starts between Single-A Hagerstown and short-season Single-A Auburn. Career............. 0-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/1.0 IP), 0 G / 1 GS
2014 NOTES 2018............... 0-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/1.0 IP), 0 G / 1 GS
• Made just seven starts between Single-A Hagerstown and short-season Single-A Auburn. Career Home... 0-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/1.0 IP), 0 G / 1 GS
2013 NOTES Career Road.......0-0, -.--ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
• His 2.45 ERA for the GCL Nationals was third-best among qualified Nationals Minor Leaguers.
CAREER BESTS
Innings....................................... 5.0 (6/19/18 vs. BAL)
CAREER STATISTICS
Strikeouts...................................... 6 (6/19/18 vs. BAL)
Year Team Lg W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Shutouts....................................................................0
2012 DSL Nationals 0 2 0 0 10 9 0 43.0 28 24 14 2 33 35 1.42 — 2.93 Complete Games........................................................0
2013 GCL Nationals 3 0 0 0 12 12 0 47.2 40 15 13 1 20 43 1.26 — 2.45
2014 HAG SAL 0 2 0 0 4 4 0 17.0 27 15 13 0 5 11 1.88 — 6.88 vs. MARLINS
AUB NYP 1 0 0 0 3 3 0 16.1 16 5 5 0 4 9 1.22 — 2.76
PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
2015 HAG SAL 1 5 0 0 10 10 0 42.2 45 37 32 3 25 27 1.64 — 6.75
Rivera
AUB NYP 3 5 0 0 13 13 0 68.2 72 39 35 4 33 67 1.53 — 4.59
2018 1 0 0 0 .000
2016 HAG SAL 7 11 0 0 25 25 1 123.1 110 73 68 6 52 96 1.31 — 4.96
Career 1 0 0 0 .000
2017 POT CL 4 3 0 0 12 10 0 57.0 44 25 21 2 19 51 1.11 — 3.32
Rojas
2018 HAR EL 5 3 0 0 13 13 0 68.0 55 36 25 6 28 72 1.22 — 3.31
2018 1 0 0 0 .000
SYR INT 2 2 0 0 6 6 0 32.2 32 14 13 0 15 30 1.44 — 3.58
Career 1 0 0 0 .000
WSH NL 1 1 0 0 6 4 0 24.2 24 16 16 4 13 20 1.50 5.44 5.84
Minors Totals 26 33 0 0 108 105 1 516.1 469 283 239 24 234 441 1.36 — 4.17
MLB Totals 1 1 0 0 6 4 0 24.2 24 16 16 4 13 20 1.50 5.44 5.84

2018 GAME LOG


Date Opp. Res. W L ERA GS CG GF IP H R ER HR BB HB SO AVG RS #Pit
6/3 at ATL L, 2-4 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 4.2 4 0 0 0 2 0 3 .235 2 63
6/19 vs. BAL W, 9-7 0 0 4.66 1 0 0 5.0 4 5 5 2 3 1 6 .229 5 96
6/24 vs. PHI W, 8-6 0 0 5.93 1 0 0 4.0 5 4 4 1 3 1 3 .255 2 96
7/5 vs. MIA W, 14-12 0 0 5.52 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .241 4 13
7/9 at PIT L, 3-6 0 1 6.86 1 0 0 5.0 8 6 6 1 4 0 4 .276 3 90
8/7 vs. ATL W, 8-3 1 0 5.84 1 0 0 5.0 3 1 1 0 1 0 3 .255 4 64
Totals W L ERA GS CG GF INN H R ER HR BB HB SO AVG RS #PIT
1 1 5.84 4 0 0 24.2 24 16 16 4 13 2 20 .255 20 422
WIN% WHIP QS SHO BFP AB H/9 2B 3B HR/9 BB/9 BK SO/9 OBP RSA #P/IP
.500 1.50 0 0 110 94 8.76 7 1 1.46 4.74 0 7.30 .358 7.30 17.1
Team Rec SH IR ISC IRS% SB CS PCS PKO GIDP GB GB% SO/BB SLG OPS BABIP
4-2 1 1 1 100% 4 1 0 0 1 31 42.5 1.54 .479 .837 .286

TOMORROW’S STARTER
GONZALEZ, Gio #47 LHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 7 9 0 0 24 24 0 129.0 130 62 59 14 63 113 1.50 4.25 4.12
Career 124 95 0 0 305 299 4 1772.0 1591 780 723 153 742 1713 1.32 3.64 3.67

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 2 2 0 12.0 11 3 3 0 8 8 1.58 6.00 2.25
Career
vs. MIA NL 10 3 0 0 18 18 0 114.1 91 26 24 1 36 111 1.11 8.74 1.89
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 • #30 K. Glover
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 14.1 15 4 4 2 6 9 1.47 4.94 2.51 • #33 M. Grace • #26 T. Gott
LAST: 8/15 at STL (0.1 IP, SO) • #46 T. Milone • #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. • #60 J. Miller
• Had contract selected on 8/14...Has held MLB left-handed batters to a .182 AVG (4-for-22) this season. • #51 W. Suero
• Opposing LH batters hit just .167 (8-for-48) against him this season with Syracuse. ...Was first selected from Triple-A Syracuse on 5/21.
HOLDS: 2 IR / IS: 9 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .278 / .350 / .426
vs. MARLINS
CORDERO, Jimmy #52 RHP PLAYER W L S G IP ER ERA
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA Collins
2018 WSH NL 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2.1 2 2 2 0 4 1 2.57 7.43 7.71 2018 0 0 0 2 1.0 0 0.00
LAST: Career 0 1 0 4 2.1 0 0.00
Hard-throwing right-hander made his MLB debut in 2018 after parts of seven seasons with the Blue Jays, Phillies, and Nationals organizations. Doolittle
• Was recalled on 8/18...Made his MLB debut on 8/2 vs. CIN...Posted a 4-1 record with six saves and a 1.96 ERA (10 ER/46.0 IP) in 41 games with SYR. 2018 1 0 3 4 4.2 0 0.00
• Struck out 53 batters and has did not allow a home run in 46.0 IP with Triple-A Syracuse...Has appeared in 197 career Minor League games. Career 1 0 7 12 12.2 1 0.71
HOLDS: IR / IS: 0 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .222 / .462 / .333 Glover
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 2 3.0 0 0.00
2018 WSH NL 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 2.2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1.50 8.38 3.38 Gonzalez
LAST: 8/16 at STL (SV, 1.0 IP, H, BB, SO) 2018 0 0 0 2 12.0 3 2.25
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. Career 10 3 0 18 114.1 24 1.89
• Earned his first save of 2018 on 8/17 at STL...Went 1-0 with 2 saves and a 2.25 ERA (2 ER/8.0 IP) 8 G with Syracuse. Grace
• Led MLB rookies with eight saves in 2017...Offered scoreless relief in 18 of his 23 appearances in 2017, struck out 17 batters against just four walks. 2018 0 0 0 3 3.2 0 0.00
HOLDS: 1 IR / IS: 3 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .273 / .333 / .545 Career 1 0 0 14 15.1 6 3.52
Holland
GRACE, Matt #33 LHP 2018 0 0 0 1 1.0 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 2 2.0 0 0.00
2018 WSH NL 0 1 0 0 38 0 0 45.0 40 15 13 4 11 38 1.13 3.46 2.60 Miller
LAST: 8/17 vs. MIA (Hold, 0.1 IP, SO) 2018 2 0 0 7 5.1 4 6.75
Lefty with a heavy fastball/slider repertoire that induced groundballs at a rate of 57.6% in his 109 career big league games (MLB average: 45%). Career 2 0 0 9 8.1 4 4.32
• Last 16 G: 0.93 ERA (2 ER/19.1 IP), 17 SO/6 BB...Ranks among NL LH relievers in BB/9.0 IP (4th, 2.20), opp. OBP (7th, .288), and WHIP (8th, 1.14). Milone
• Has tossed more than 1.0 IP in 11 of his 38 outings in 2018...Has allowed just 4 extra-base hits (4 2B) to left-handed batters in his career. 2018 0 0 0 1 5.0 3 5.40
HOLDS: 4 IR / IS: 11 / 4 OPP. SLASH: .237 / .288 / .355 Career 1 0 0 5 17.1 10 5.19
HOLLAND, Greg #56 RHP Roark
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA 2018 0 1 0 2 11.0 5 4.09
2018 STL/WSH NL 0 2 0 3 38 0 0 30.0 37 28 22 1 24 27 2.03 4.16 6.60 Career 5 9 1 23 103.1 48 4.18
LAST: 8/17 vs. MIA (1.0 IP, SO) Rodriguez
A three-time All-Star with the Kansas City Royals (2013, 2014) and Colorado Rockies (2017)...Won MLB’s NL Comeback PoY in 2017. 2018 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0.00
• In 7 G with Washington: 0.00 ERA (0 ER/5.0 IP), 3 H, 2 BB, 5 SO, .167 opp. AVG...Signed with Washington on Aug. 7. Career 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0.00
• Ranks 14th 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) Scherzer
HOLDS: 2 IR / IS: 4 / 2 OPP. SLASH: .291 / .404 / .394 2018 4 0 0 4 27.0 8 2.67
Career 11 3 0 18 116.2 40 3.09
MILLER, Justin #60 RHP Suero
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA 2018 0 0 0 3 1.2 1 5.40
2018 WSH NL 6 1 0 0 34 0 0 38.1 28 16 16 7 13 48 1.07 4.02 3.76 Career 0 0 0 3 1.2 1 5.40
LAST: 8/16 at STL (2.0 IP, Hld. BB, 2 SO)
Veteran of three Major League seasons with the Tigers (2014) and Rockies (2015-2016)...Signed with Washington as minor leaguer prior to 2018 season. BULLPEN MISC...
• Last 13 G: .156 opp. AVG (7-for-45)...His career-high 6 wins are T2nd among NL relievers...48 SO this season mark a career-high. Total Appearances ............................... 397
• Earned his 1st win in his 1st G w/WSH, 5/26 at MIA...Tossed 10.2 consecutive scoreless IP from 5/26 to 6/13. Inh. Runners / Inh. Scored ............ 149 / 36
HOLDS: 7 IR / IS: 19 / 3 OPP. SLASH: .203 / .268 / .399 1st Batters Faced / Retired ........ 397 / 268
MILONE, Tommy #46 LHP
YR TEAM LG W L SV SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2018 WSH NL 1 1 0 0 4 4 0 22.1 31 13 13 4 1 20 1.43 3.94 5.24
LAST: 8/13 at STL (4.1 IP, 10 H, 2 ER, BB, SO)
Veteran left-hander joined the Nationals as a non-roster invite to 2018 Spring Training, returning to the organization that drafted him in 2008.
• Moved to the bullpen after making four starts for Washington in 2018...Has made 20 career relief appearances (0-1, 2 SV, 6.99 ERA).
• Allowed three earned runs of fewer in three of his four starts this season...Lefties have hit .182 (4-for-22) with 7 SO and one BB in 2018.
HOLDS: IR / IS: 0 / 0 OPP. SLASH: .337 / .344 / .533
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 1 0 0 0 24 0 0 32.0 26 13 12 3 10 31 1.13 3.63 3.38
LAST: 8/17 vs. MIA (1.0 IP, H, 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 one of his 16 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: IR / IS: 16 / 1 OPP. SLASH: .220 / .295 / .373

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
8/17vsMIA SCHERZER W W, 8-2 6.0 5 0 0 1 7 0 5 96 8/17vsMIA W, 8-2 H 4 3.0 4 2 2 0 3 1
8/16atSTL ROARK W W, 5-4 6.0 5 4 3 3 1 1 5 97 8/16atSTL W, 5-4 H, S 2 3.0 1 0 0 2 3 0
8/15vsSTL HELLICKSON L L, 2-4 4.1 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 76 8/15atSTL L, 2-4 — 3 3.2 4 1 1 1 3 0
8/14atSTL GONZALEZ L L, 4-6 4.0 5 5 5 3 2 1 1 78 8/14atSTL L, 4-6 — 3 4.0 3 1 1 2 3 1
8/13atSTL MILONE — L, 6-7 4.1 10 2 2 1 1 0 2 77 8/13atSTL L, 6-7 H, BS, L 5 3.2 7 5 5 1 2 3
8/12atCHI SCHERZER — L, 3-4 7.0 3 0 0 1 11 0 1 106 8/12atCHI L, 3-4 H, BS, L 2 1.2 3 4 4 0 0 1
8/11atCHI ROARK W W, 9-4 7.2 9 2 2 1 7 0 9 117 8/11atCHI W, 9-4 — 1 1.1 2 2 2 1 1 0
8/10atCHI HELLICKSON
— L, 2-3 5.2 0 2 2 4 3 0 2 89 8/10atCHI L, 2-3 BS, L 4 2.1 4 1 1 2 2 0
8/9vsATL GONZALEZ W W, 7-8 7.0 6 1 1 1 3 1 4 94 8/9vsATL W, 6-3 H 2 2.0 4 2 2 0 1 1
8/8vsATL MILONE — L, 3-8 6.0 10 7 7 0 4 3 3 85 8/8vsATL L, 3-8 — 3 3.0 1 1 0 0 2 0

TEAM PITCHING STATS


Starters Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
62-61 123 0 0 0 3.87 1 710 650 324 305 88 221 14 33 705 8.9 .243
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
45-42 11677 16.4 5.17 408 1 19 2 15 21 140 12 28 23 56 3.19

Relievers Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
61-61 122 32 44 60 3.82 0 386 347 170 164 54 126 12 22 368 8.6 .239
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
17-19 6035 15.6 3.68 158 - 14 1 4 11 70 8 28 15 26 2.92

Team Totals Team Rec G SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
62-61 123 32 44 60 3.85 1 1096 997 494 469 142 347 26 55 1073 8.8 .242
#PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS GIDP SO/BB
17712 16.2 4.65 566 5 33 3 19 32 210 20 56 38 82 3.09
HITTERS NOTES vs. MARLINS
ADAMS, Matt (L) #15 1B/OF 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 Adams
2018 WSH NL 92 245 37 64 9 0 18 48 24 55 0 0 .261 .337 .518 .855 2018 34 13 1 5 .382
LAST GAME: DNP HOMESTAND: Career 108 37 3 20 .343
Left-handed power bat joined WSH after setting career marks in HR (20), slugging percentage (.522) & OPS (.841) in 131 games between STL & ATL in 2017. Difo
• His .548 slugging percentage against right-handed pitcher ranks 8th among National League hitters (min. 230 plate appearances). 2018 28 8 1 3 .286
• 17 of 18 HR have come against right-handed pitchers...80 of his 93 career HR have come against right-handed pitchers. Career 79 23 2 5 .291
• The Nationals are 37-21 (.638) when he starts...9 career PH HR and 45 PH RBI are the most in MLB since he broke into MLB in 2012. Eaton
RISP: .328 (22-67), 6 HR, 33 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/4/18 vs. CIN (Harvey) CAREER HOMERS: 93 2018 23 6 0 3 .261
Career 45 16 2 6 .356
DIFO, Wilmer (S) #1 INF Harper
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2018 39 13 1 9 .333
2018 WSH NL 113 303 40 73 10 6 3 29 25 63 6 2 .241 .300 .343 .644
Career 376 114 24 74 .303
LAST GAME: 0-1 (Def. Replacement) HOMESTAND: 0-1
Kieboom
Speedy, switch-hitting middle infielder with strong throwing arm and versatility that has allowed him to appear all over the diamond.
2018 13 2 0 2 .154
• Leads the Nationals and ranks tied for fifth in the National League with 6 triples...His 29 RBI are a career best.
Career 13 2 0 2 .154
• Is hitting .319/.373/.444 in 55 home games...Clubbed 8th inn. game-tying solo homer, 5/26 at MIA...Laced his first career walk-off hit, 5/6 vs. PHI.
Murphy
• 9-game hitting streak from 4/28-5/6 was 2nd-longest streak of his career...Has appeared at second (77 G), third (19 G), shortstop (8 G), and CF (1 G).
2018 22 7 0 5 .318
RISP: .200 (16-80), 0 HR, 21 RBI LAST HOMER: 5/26/18 at MIA (Chen) CAREER HOMERS: 9
Career 495 144 12 60 .291
EATON, Adam (L) #2 OF Rendon
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS 2018 24 8 1 4 .333
2018 WSH NL 61 210 35 61 9 0 3 21 20 41 4 1 .290 .374 .376 .750 Career 295 82 5 37 .278
LAST GAME: 3-4, 2B, RBI, R HOMESTAND: 3-4, 2B, RBI, R Reynolds
Elite defender with a consistent offensive approach enters his second season with the Washington Nationals. 2018 28 11 4 12 .393
• The Nationals are 17-7 (.708) when he scores at least one run...Has grounded into just one double play in 2018. Career 215 61 15 41 .284
• Was named NL Player of the Week after a strong opening weekend (8-for-13, 2 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI). Soto
• In 84 total games with Washington since the start of 2017, is hitting .292 with 16 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 34 RBI, 34 BB, 7 SB and 58 R. 2018 45 14 2 10 .311
RISP: .271 (13-48), 2 HR, 20 RBI LAST HOMER: 7/24/18 at MIL (Guerra) CAREER HOMERS: 39 Career 45 14 2 10 .311
Taylor
HARPER, Bryce (L) #34 OF 2018 25 7 1 3 .280
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
Career 142 36 5 12 .254
2018 WSH NL 120 419 78 104 23 0 30 79 91 131 9 2 .248 .384 .518 .902
Turner
LAST GAME: 3-4, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R HOMESTAND: 3-4, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
2018 58 17 3 14 .293
Six-time All-Star and unanimous 2015 NL MVP...Is o ne of 14 players (4 active: Trout, Pujols, Stanton) to hit at least 150 HR prior to their 25 season.
Career 132 32 5 18 .242
• Last 3 G: 8-for-13 (.615) with 3 2B and 5 RBI 2 R...Ranks in National League in BB (T1st, 91), HR (T2nd, 30), RBI (6th, 79), runs (T6th, 78).
Wieters
• Since July 31, ranks in the NL in doubles (1st, 8), AVG (2nd, .406), RBI (3rd, 17), OBP (3rd, .479), SLG (3rd, .766), OPS (3rd 1.245) and HR (T4th, 5).
2018 14 3 1 3 .214
• 29 of his last 54 hits have been for extra bases (17 2B, 12 HR)...Recorded his 500th RBI, 8.17 vs. MIA.
Career 75 19 3 14 .253
RISP: .318 (28-88), 5 HR, 48 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/15/18 at STL (Mayers) CAREER HOMERS: 180
Zimmerman
KIEBOOM, Spencer #64 C 2018 13 3 1 2 .231
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Career 717 214 35 107 .298
2018 WSH NL 32 79 8 15 3 0 0 5 9 20 0 0 .190 .278 .228 .506
LAST GAME: DNP HOMESTAND: vs. CHEN
Former fifth-round pick out of Clemson in 2012 made his MLB debut at the end of the 2016 season. PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
• Has hit safely in 11 of his 23 starts this season...Is hitting .242 (8-for-33) with 2 2B, 3 RBI, 6 BB and 6 R in 15 home games. Adams
• Recorded his first Major League hit, 5/19 vs. LAD and first MLB RBI on 6/2 at ATL.. 2018 0 0 0 0 —
• In 2017, hit .250 with 14 2B, 5 HR, 25 RBI, 25 BB, and 23 R in 66 games between Double-A Harrisburg before joining Triple-A Syracuse. Career 0 0 0 0 —
RISP: .238 (5-21), 0 HR, 4 RBI LAST HOMER: N/A CAREER HOMERS: 0 Difo
2018 5 1 1 1 .200
MURPHY, Daniel (L) #20 2B Career 9 1 1 1 .111
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
Eaton
2018 WSH NL 54 183 16 56 9 0 6 29 13 17 1 0 .306 .348 .454 .802
2018 0 0 0 0 —
LAST GAME: 1-4 HOMESTAND: 1-4
Career 3 1 0 0 .333
In two seasons with Washington, has earned two National League All-Star selections and two Silver Slugger awards.
Harper
• In the midst of a 10 G hitting streak, 16-for-40 (.400) with 2 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI...Last 32 G: .377/.419/.570 with 7 2B, 5 HR, 21 RBI, 9 BB, SB, 12 R.
2018 5 2 0 0 .400
• Hit a pair of 3-run homers on 7/31 vs. NYM for his 6th multi-home run game of his career...His 6 RBI on 7/31 marked a single game career-high.
Career 23 7 0 4 .304
• Since June 19, has just 12 strikeouts in 175 plate appearances...Recorded a season-high 4 hits on 7/11 at PIT.
Kieboom
RISP: .294 (15-51), 1 HR, 21 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/15/18 at STL (Poncedeleon) CAREER HOMERS: 116
2018 0 0 0 0 —
RENDON, Anthony #6 3B Career 0 0 0 0 —
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Murphy
2018 WSH NL 97 376 57 112 29 1 16 60 36 64 0 1 .298 .356 .508 .864 2018 0 0 0 0 —
LAST GAME: 2-2, RBI, R, HBP HOMESTAND: 2-2, RBI, R, HBP Career 3 1 0 0 .333
Continued his ascent as one of the top all-around players in Major League Baseball in 2017...Finished sixth in the National League MVP voting. Rendon
• Since 6/15: .337, 15 2B, 3B, 10 HR, 37 RBI, 15 BB, 36 R...Since 6/15, ranks in NL in hits (T3rd, 67), SLG (7th, .573), 2B (8th, 15) and XBH (9th, 26). 2018 6 1 0 2 .167
• 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. Career 15 2 0 2 .133
• Per FanGraphs.com, is the 2nd best defensive third baseman in the NL (7.1 DEF rating) and ranks 3rd in WAR among NL third baseman (3.7). Reynolds
RISP: .271 (26-96), 3 HR, 41RBI LAST HOMER: 8/1/18 vs. NYM (Syndergaard) CAREER HOMERS: 94 2018 5 2 1 3 .400
Career 12 5 3 7 .417
REC. BY BATTING ORDER REC. BY POSITION Soto
PLAYER Bat1 Bat2 Bat3 Bat4 Bat5 Bat6 Bat7 Bat8 Bat9 PLAYER C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH 2018 6 2 0 0 .333
Adams, Matt 4~1 18~6 9~9 7~3 0~1 Adams, Matt 27~17 8~4 3~0 Career 6 2 0 0 .333
Bautista, Rafael 0~1 Bautista, Rafael 0~1
Taylor
Difo, Wilmer 2~2 17~17 8~9 14~8 Difo, Wilmer 30~27 10~6 1~3
Eaton, Adam 20~28 1~0 0~1 0~1 Eaton, Adam 3~6 18~21 0~3
2018 3 0 0 0 .000
Goodwin, Brian 1~1 0~1 1~1 1~3 Goodwin, Brian 2~2 1~2 0~2 Career 14 3 1 1 .214
Harper, Bryce 9 ~3 15~11 25~29 11~12 0~2 Harper, Bryce 16~20
45~37
0~1 Turner
Kendrick, Howie 3~6 1~0 3~2 12~8 0~2 Kendrick, Howie 17~15 2~3 2018 6 1 0 0 .167
Kieboom, Spencer 1~1 8~10 2~1 Kieboom, Spencer 11~12 Career 11 3 1 1 .273
Montero, Miguel 1~1 0~1 Montero, Miguel 1~2 Wieters
Murphy, Daniel 0~2 5~11 6~11 7~5 Murphy, Daniel 2~8 15~18 1~2
2018 0 0 0 0 —
Rendon, Anthony 7~11 30~25
10~12 Rendon, Anthony 47~49
Reynolds, Mark 4~6 6~3 5~7 1~2 Reynolds, Mark 12~13 3~4
Career 1 0 0 0 .000
Reynolds, Matt 1~0 Reynolds, Matt 1~0 Zimmerman
Sanchez, Adrian 1~2 Sanchez, Adrian 1~2 2018 0 0 0 0 —
Severino, Pedro 2~0 1~1 5~6 14~19 2~3 Severino, Pedro 24~29 Career 16 5 0 2 .313
Sierra, Moises 2~3 0~2 2~2 Sierra, Moises 4~6 0~1
Soto, Juan 1~0 9~11 2~5 2~5 17~15 5~1 1~1 Soto, Juan 37~38
Stevenson, Andrew 1~1 4~0 1~1 1~1 Stevenson, Andrew 6~2 1~1
Taylor, Michael A. 0~1 3~3 20~18 17~12 2~1 2~2 Taylor, Michael A. 44~37
Turner, Trea 31~29 24~18 1~2 4~7 1~2 Turner, Trea 61~58
Wieters, Matt 2~0 6~5 6~2 12~11 Wieters, Matt 26~18
Zimmerman, Ryan 2~1 0~1 14~16 2~2 3~2 0~1 Zimmerman, Ryan 21~23

CATCHERS DEFENSE
CATCHER GS W-L CCS SBA CS% PB CATCHER ERA
Spencer Kieboom
2018 23 11-12 6 13 46.2% 2 4.17 (98 ER/211.2 IP)
Career 23 11-12 6 13 46.2% 2 4.17 (98 ER/211.2 IP)
Matt Wieters
2018 44 26-18 11 32 34.4% 2 3.61 (150 ER/374.1 IP)
Career 945 489-456 179 600 29.8% 26 4.20 (3911 ER/8376.2 IP)
HITTERS NOTES HOMERS
REYNOLDS, Mark #14 INF BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (1)
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS J. Soto/M. Reynolds.....6/29 at PHI (9th inn.)
2018 WSH NL 59 146 21 38 3 0 11 30 20 44 0 0 .260 .343 .507 .850 B. Harper/R. Zimmerman...8/7 vs. ATL (4th inn.)
LAST GAME: 0-1 (PH) HOMESTAND: 0-1 GRAND SLAMS (2)
Versatile, power-hitting veteran infielder with more than 11 years of Major League experience with seven different clubs. Brian Goodwin....3/31 at CIN (Quackenbush)
• Is 18-for-59 (.305) with 2 2B, 4 HR, 18 RBI, 12 BB & 10 R in his last 29 G...Has just 12 SO in his last 56 PA...Named NL Player of the Week on July 9. Trea Turner....................7/5 vs. MIA (Conley)
• 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. LEADOFF HOMERS (3)
• 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. Bryce Harper.....................5/2 vs. PIT (Nova)
RISP: .270 (10-37), 3 HR, 20 RBI LAST HOMER: 7/31/18 vs. NYM (Reyes) CAREER HOMERS: 292 Bryce Harper.................5/4 vs. PHI (Pivetta)
Trea Turner.......................5/11 at ARI (Koch)
SOTO, Juan #22 OF MULTI-HOMER GAMES (14)
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 78 270 54 79 17 1 15 44 56 61 2 1 .293 .414 .530 .944 Ryan Zimmerman (2)................4/18 at NYM
LAST GAME: 1-4, RBI HOMESTAND: 1-4, RBI Matt Adams (2)............................5/1 vs. PIT
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. Bryce Harper (2).......................... 5/4 vs. PHI
• Is hitting .324/.407/.606 against left-handed pitchers this season...Has yet to go more than two games without collecting a hit. Matt Adams (2)............................5/7 at SDP
• 13 G on-base streak (7/25-8/7) is longest of his season...His 15 home runs rank sixth among teenagers in Major League history. Mark Reynolds (2).......................5/13 at ARI
• Named NL Rookie of the Month for June & July...Recorded a 10 game hitting streak from 6/17-6/26...Recorded 1st MLB hit, a 3-run HR on 5/21 vs. SDP. Mark Reynolds (2).................... 5/21 vs. SDP
RISP: .237 (14-59), 4 HR, 29 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/13/18 at STL (Mikolas) CAREER HOMERS: 15 Juan Soto (2)..............................6/13 at NYY
Juan Soto (2)...............................6/29 at PHI
TAYLOR, Michael A. #3 CF Trea Turner (2)..............................7/5 vs MIA
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS Mark Reynolds (2).......................7/8 vs. MIA
2018 WSH NL 110 324 43 77 21 3 6 27 28 101 24 5 .238 .300 .377 .677 Anthony Rendon (2)...................7/13 at NYM
LAST GAME: 0-1 (Def. Replacement) HOMESTAND: 0-1 Daniel Murphy (2)....................7/21 vs. NYM
2017 Gold Glove finalist is one the, top up-and-coming center fielders in Major League Baseball...Can hit for power and steal bases. Ryan Zimmerman (2)................. 8/11 at CHI
• Ranks tied for fourth in the National League (T8th in MLB) with 24 stolen bases. PINCH-HIT HOMERS (1)
• 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 outfielders in batting AVG. (8th, .330), SLG (9th, .527) and OBP (10th, .390). PITCHER HOMERS (1)
RISP: .244 (19-78), 1 HR, 18 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/9/18 vs. ATL (Parsons) CAREER HOMERS: 47 A.J. Cole........................4/3 at ATL (Teheran)
WALK-OFF HOMERS (1)
TURNER, Trea #7 SS Mark Reynolds......7/7 vs. MIA (Barraclough)
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2018 WSH NL 123 499 74 133 18 5 14 49 48 99 32 8 .267 .336 .407 .743
LAST GAME: 0-5 HOMESTAND: 0-5
MILESTONES
Player Category Milestone
Elite athlete with electric, game-changing speed has emerged as one of the top young offensive threats in Major League Baseball.
Matt Adams HR 100 (93)
• Leads MLB with 32 stolen bases...Ranks in the NL in hits (T8th, 133) and runs scored (T10th, 74)...133 hits are 3rd among NL shortstops.
Anthony Rendon HR 100 (94)
• Ranks second among NL shortstops in WAR (3.4) and first in DEF Rating (9.4), per FanGraphs.com...Has played in a career-high 123 games.
Mark Reynolds HR 300 (292)
• Hit his first grand slam and 3rd career multi-HR game, 7/5 vs. MIA...Recorded 5 hits on 4/25 at SFG tied for the most by a National in 2018.
Trea Turner SB 122 (113)
RISP: .298 (31-104), 3 HR, 34 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/2/18 vs. CIN (Iglesias) Tying I. Desmond for most in WSH history
CAREER HOMERS: 39
Ryan Zimmerman R 947 (900)
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 (972)
2018 WSH NL 49 155 15 35 5 0 5 16 20 28 0 1 .226 .315 .355 .669 Pitcher Category Milestone
LAST GAME: 2-4, HR, RBI, R HOMESTAND: 2-4, HR, RBI, R Stephen Strasburg W 100 (90)
Tying D. Martinez for 2nd-most in MON/WSH
Since his debut in 2009, Wieters ranks among active MLB catchers in home runs (5th, 132) and slugging percentage (9th, .410).
• Is 12-for-37 (.324) with 2 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 4 BB and 4 R in his last 11 games...Has driven in runs in four of the last five games.
• Recorded his 500th career RBI on 8/3 vs. CIN...Recorded season-high 3 hits on 8/11 at CHI.
TOP PROSPECTS
Baseball America
• 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. 1. Victor Robles, OF
RISP: .179 (7-39), 0 HR, 11 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/17/18 vs. MIA (Straily) CAREER HOMERS: 132 2. Juan Soto, OF
3. Erick Fedde, RHP
ZIMMERMAN, Ryan #11 1B 4. Carter Kieboom, SS
YR TEAM LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS 5. Seth Romero, LHP
2018 WSH NL 53 179 18 46 10 2 10 36 16 37 0 0 .257 .327 .503 .829 6. Luis Garcia, 2B/SS
LAST GAME: 1-4, HR, RBI, R HOMESTAND: 1-4, HR, RBI, R 7. Wil Crowe, RHP
8. Daniel Johnson, OF
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.
9. Raudy Read, C
• Last 12 G: 14-for-37 (.378), 4 2B, 4 HR, 14 RBI, 5 BB, 5 R...Since the All-Star break, ranks among NL hitters in SLG (7th, .672) and OPS (6th, 1.077). 10. Yasel Antuna, SS/3B
• Recorded 25th career multi-HR game, 8/11 at CHI...Of his 46 hits this season, 22 have been extra-base hits (10 2B, 2 3B, 10 HR). 11. Blake Perkins, OF
• His 10 walk-off HR are tied for 10th in MLB history, 3rd in NL history (Stan Musial-12; Tony Perez-11) and 2nd among active players (Pujols-12). 12. Kelvin Gutierrez, 3B
RISP: .267 (16-60), 5 HR, 29 RBI LAST HOMER: 8/17/18 vs. MIA (Straily) CAREER HOMERS: 261 13. Andrew Stevenson, OF
14. Pedro Severino, C
15. Rafael Bautista, OF
RECENT TRANSACTIONS 16. Jackson Tetreault, RHP
8/1 ������Selected the contract of RHP Jimmy Cordero...Designated for assignment RHP Shawn Kelley. 17. Brigham Hill, RHP
8/4 ������Recalled RHP Austin Voth from Triple-A Syracuse as the 26th-man for the doubleheader...Optioned RHP Austin Voth to Triple-A Syracuse following the 18. Jose Marmolejos, 1B
19. Drew Ward, 3B
game.
20. Taylor Gushue, C
8/5 ������Traded RHP Shawn Kelley along with cash considerations to the Oakland A’s in exchange for international bonus slot value. 21. Nick Raquet, LHP
8/7 ������Agreed to terms with RHP Greg Holland and optioned RHP Jimmy Cordero to Triple-A Syracuse...Recalled RHP Jefry Rodriguez from Triple-A Syracuse as 22. Kyle Johnston, RHP
the 26th-man for the doubleheader. 23. Jose Sanchez, SS
8/8 ������Recalled RHP Koda Glover from Triple-A Syracuse and placed RHP Kelvin Herrera on the 10-day disabled list with right rotator cuff impingement. 24. Jefry Rodriguez, RHP
8/14 ����Recalled RHP Trevor Gott from Triple-A Syracuse and place selected LHP Tim Collins...Placed RHP Ryan Madson on 10-day disabled list with lumbar 25. Telmito Agustin, OF
26. Austin Voth, RHP
nerve root irritation and optioned LHP Sammy Solis to Triple-A Syracuse...Transferred RHP Erick Fedde to the 60-day disabled list. 27. Joan Baez, RHP
8/18 ����Recalled RHP Jimmy Cordero and RHP Jefry Rodriguez from Triple-A Syracuse...Optioned RHP Trevor Gott to Triple-A Syracuse...Placed RHP Jeremy 28. Anderson Franco, 3B
Hellickson on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Aug. 16) with a right wrist sprain. 29. Jakson Reetz, C
30. Osvaldo Abreu, SS
DISABLED LIST MLBPipeline.com
PLAYER INJURY 10/60 DL PLACED / RETRO REINSTATED #GAMES 1. Victor Robles, OF
2. Juan Soto, OF
Jeremy Hellickson Right wrist sprain 10 Aug. 18 / Aug. 16 2
3. Carter Kieboom, SS
Ryan Madson Lumbar nerve root irritation 10 August 14 4 4. Erick Fedde, RHP
Kelvin Herrera Right rotator cuff impingement 10 August 8 10 5. Seth Romero, LHP
Stephen Strasburg Cervical nerve impingement 10 July 25 / July 22 26 6. Wil Crowe, RHP
Sean Doolittle Left toe inflamation 10 July 10 / July 7 36 7. Andrew Stevenson, OF
Erick Fedde Right shoulder inflamation 60 July 5 38 8. Yasel Antuna, SS/3B
9. Luis Garcia, SS/2B
Howie Kendrick Right achillies injury 60 May 19 78 10. Daniel Johnson, OF
Jhonatan Solano Bone chips in right elbow 60 April 10 / April 7 116 11. Blake Perkins, OF
Joaquin Benoit Right forearm strain 60 March 27 123 12. Kelvin Gutierrez, 3B
Joe Ross Right elbow surgery 60 Feb. 21 123 13. Rafael Bautista, OF
Ryan Zimmerman Right oblique strain 60 May 12 / May 10 July 20 57 14. Raudy Read, C
15. Pedro Severino, C
Matt Wieters Left hamstring strain 10 May 11 July 9 49
16. Nick Raquet, LHP
Matt Adams Fractured left index finger 10 June 19 / June 16 July 4 16 17. Jackson Tetreault, RHP
Jeremy Hellickson Right hamstring strain 10 June 5 / June 4 June 30 22 18. Drew Ward, 3B
Brandon Kintzler Right forearm flexor strain 10 June 10 June 25 12 19. Jose Marmolejos, 1B/OF
Daniel Murphy Right knee surgery 10 March 27 June 12 64 20. Brigham Hill, RHP
Adam Eaton Left ankle bone bruise 60 April 11 / April 9 June 9 52 21. Austin Voth, RHP
22. Kyle Johnston, RHP
Matt Grace Left groin strain 10 April 21 June 5 38 23. Taylor Gushue, C
Brian Goodwin Left wrist contusion 10 April 17 / April 16 June 1 39 24. Jackson Reetz, C
Ryan Madson Pectoral strain 10 May 20 / May 17 May 31 11 25. Andreson Franco, 3B/1B
Shawn Kelley Right elbow irritation 10 April 24 / May 7 12 26. Osvaldo Abreu, SS/2B
Anthony Rendon Toe contusion 10 April 22 / April 19 May 5 14 27. Jose Sanchez, INF
28. Telmito Agustin, OF
Matt Wieters Mild left oblique strain 10 April 2 April 11 8 29. Joan Baez, RHP
Koda Glover Right shoulder tendinitis 60 March 27 July 22 97 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
Adams,M .261 92 245 37 64 127 9 0 18 48 0 0 4 24 2 55 0 0 6 1 .518 .337 26 5 0 4 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
Difo,W .241 113 303 40 73 104 10 6 3 29 2 3 2 25 2 63 6 2 5 5 .343 .300 13 2 0 0 3/31 at CIN W, 13-7 2-0 T1st/0.5 Strasburg (1-0) Castillo (0-1) None 27,341 / 3:16
RIGHT .189 74 14 21 4 0 1 4 0 0 1 6 1 21 2 .284 .259 4 1 0 0 4/1 at CIN W, 6-5 3-0 1st/1.0 Gonzalez (1-0 Romano (0-1) Doolittle (2) 10,335 / 2:47
LEFT .258 229 59 83 6 6 2 25 2 3 1 19 1 42 3 .362 .313 9 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
Eaton,A .290 61 210 35 61 79 9 0 3 21 2 0 8 20 0 41 4 1 1 1 .376 .374 8 2 0 2 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)
Harper,B .248 120 419 78 104 217 23 0 30 79 0 7 6 91 13 131 9 2 4 2 .518 .384 2 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
* 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 4/6 OFF DAY 3rd/-1.5
+Kieboom,S .190 32 79 8 15 18 3 0 0 5 0 1 1 9 0 20 0 0 2 3 .228 .278 1 0 0 1 4/7 vs. NYM L, 2-3 4-4 3rd/-2.5 Robles (1-0) Kintzler (0-1) Familia (4) 28,952 / 2:59
Murphy,D .306 54 183 16 56 83 9 0 6 29 0 2 0 13 2 17 1 0 4 3 .454 .348 7 3 0 2 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
Rendon,A .298 97 376 57 112 191 29 1 16 60 0 7 2 36 3 64 0 1 3 4 .508 .356 0 0 0 0 4/9 vs. ATL W, 2-0 5-5 3rd/-3.5 Scherzer (2-1) Teheran (0-2) None 19,582 / 2:21
4/10 vs. ATL W, 4-1 6-5 T2nd/-3.5 Strasburg (2-1) Foltynewicz (1-1) Madson (1) 19,357 / 2:44
Reynolds,M .260 59 146 21 38 74 3 0 11 30 0 3 0 20 1 44 0 0 6 4 .507 .343 17 5 2 6 4/11 vs. ATL L, 3-5 (12) 6-6 4th/-4.5 Carle (2-1) Madson (1-0) None 21,109 / 3:43
+Soto,J .293 78 270 54 79 143 17 1 15 44 1 0 0 56 6 61 2 1 4 2 .530 .414 3 1 1 2 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 .238 110 324 43 77 122 21 3 6 27 2 0 1 28 2 101 24 5 9 1 .377 .300 16 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 .267 123 499 74 133 203 18 5 14 49 1 0 4 48 3 99 32 8 2 9 .407 .336 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
Wieters,M .226 49 155 15 35 55 5 0 5 16 1 2 1 20 3 28 0 1 4 1 .355 .315 3 0 0 1 4/15 vs. COL L, 5-6 7-9 4th/-6.0 Ottavino (3-0) Doolittle (0-1) Davis (7) 25,462 / 3:14
4/16 at NYM W, 8-6 8-9 4th/-5.0 Cole (1-1) Ramos (0-1) Madson (2) 22,829 / 3:25
RIGHT .188 32 6 9 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 8 1 10 1 .281 .350 0 0 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
LEFT .236 123 29 46 5 0 4 15 1 2 1 12 2 18 3 .374 .304 3 0 0 1 4/18 at NYM L, 5-11 9-10 4th/-5.0 Ramos (1-1) Madson (0-2) None 23,117 / 2:51
Zimmerman,R .257 53 179 18 46 90 10 2 10 36 0 1 3 16 0 37 0 0 7 1 .503 .327 7 2 0 0 4/19 OFF DAY 4th/-4.5
*+Fedde,E .000 6 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 .111 0 0 0 0 4/20 at LAD W, 5-2 10-10 4th/-4.5 Scherzer (4-1) Kershaw (1-3) Doolittle (4) 50,211 / 3:09
4/21 at LAD L, 0-4 10-11 4th/-4.5 Ryu (3-0) Strasburg (2-2) None 50, 908 / 2:29
Gonzalez,G .075 24 40 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 1 .100 .075 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
Grace,M .000 38 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 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
Hellickson,J .067 18 30 0 2 3 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 .100 .067 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
Milone,T .000 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 .000 .143 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
Roark,T .204 25 49 6 10 13 1 1 0 7 4 0 1 0 0 14 0 0 1 0 .265 .220 0 0 0 0 4/27 vs. ARI L, 4-5 11-15 4th/-6.0 Godley (4-1) Strasburg (2-3) Boxberger (7) 26,517 / 3:02
Scherzer,M .296 28 54 7 16 18 2 0 0 5 4 0 2 1 0 9 1 0 1 1 .333 .333 2 1 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
* Strasburg,S .148 14 27 0 4 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 7 0 0 1 0 .148 .207 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
+Suero,W .000 24 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 .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
5/2 vs. PIT W, 9-3 15-16 4th/-4.0 Strasburg (3-3) Nova (2-2) None 27,086 / 2:55
WASHINGTON .251 123 4170 566 1047 1727 201 19 147 541 30 33 46 452 43 984 85 25 72 48 .414 .329 170 31 3 23 5/3 vs. PIT W, 3-1 16-16 4th/-4.0 Solis (1-1) Williams (4-2) Doolittle (6) 30,434 / 2:42
OPPONENTS .242 123 4122 494 997 1673 210 20 142 477 19 32 55 347 26 1073 56 38 82 62 .406 .307 163 38 4 28 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)
5/5 vs. PHI L, 1-3 17-17 4th/-3.0 Velasquez (2-4) Roark (2-3) Neris (6) 34,687 / 3:13
OPP 5/6 vs. PHI W, 5-4 18-17 4th/-2.0 Doolittle (1-1) Neris (1-2) None 30,611 / 3:33
5/7 at SDP W, 8-5 19-17 4th/-1.5 Strasburg (4-3) Ross (2-3) None 17,296 / 3:00
PITCHER R/L W L ERA G GS CG GF SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO WP BK AVG 5/8 at SDP W, 4-0 20-17 3rd/-1.5 Hellickson (1-0) Richard (1-5) None 18,989 / 2:31
Collins,T L 0 0 2.51 19 0 0 3 0 0 14.1 15 4 4 2 0 6 0 9 0 0 .278 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 2 1.45 35 0 0 31 0 22 37.1 17 6 6 3 2 3 1 49 0 0 .134 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
*+Fedde,E R 1 3 5.79 6 6 0 0 0 0 28.0 37 18 18 5 0 9 1 19 0 0 .333 5/11 at ARI W, 3-1 22-18 3rd/-1.5 Scherzer (7-1) Koch (2-1) Doolittle (8) 22,901 / 2:24
Glover,K R 0 1 3.38 4 0 0 2 0 1 2.2 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 .273 5/12 at ARI W, 2-1 23-18 3rd/-2.0 Strasburg (5-3) Scribner (0-1) Madson (3) 29,428 / 3:17
5/13 at ARI W, 6-4 24-18 3rd/-1.5 Madson (1-2) Bradley (0-1) Doolittle (9) 31,906 / 3:09
Gonzalez,G L 7 9 4.12 24 24 0 0 0 0 129.0 130 62 59 14 0 63 1 113 3 0 .264 5/14 OFF DAY 3rd/-2.0
Gott,T R 0 2 5.68 20 0 0 5 0 0 19.0 19 13 12 4 2 10 1 15 2 0 .271 5/15 vs. NYY W, 5-3 25-18 3rd/-2.0 Suero (1-0) Green (2-1) Doolittle (10) 41,567 / 2:55
Grace,M L 0 1 2.60 38 0 0 8 0 0 45.0 40 15 13 4 2 11 1 38 1 0 .237 5/16 vs. NYY 3rd/-2.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 6/18)
Hellickson,J R 5 3 3.57 18 18 0 0 0 0 88.1 76 40 35 11 8 19 1 64 2 1 .231 5/17 OFF DAY 3rd/-2.0
5/18 vs. LAD 3rd/-1.5 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 5/19)
* Herrera,K R 1 2 4.76 19 0 0 10 0 3 17.0 23 9 9 4 1 8 0 15 0 1 .315 5/19 vs. LAD L, 1-4 25-19 3rd/-3.5 Stripling (1-1) Roark (2-4) Jansen (7) 26,740 / 3:00
Holland,G R 0 0 0.00 6 0 0 1 0 0 5.0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 .167 5/19 vs. LAD L, 4-5 25-20 3rd/-3.5 Goeddel (3-0) Doolittle (1-2) Jansen (8) 32,378 / 3:27
* Madson,R R 2 5 5.19 48 0 0 10 0 4 43.1 47 27 25 5 4 15 2 40 2 0 .280 5/20 vs. LAD L, 2-7 25-21 4th/-4.0 Wood (1-4) Strasburg (5-4) Fields (2) 40,201* / 3:08
Miller,J R 6 1 3.76 34 0 0 7 0 0 38.1 28 16 16 7 0 13 1 48 1 0 .203 5/21 vs. SDP W, 10-2 26-21 4th/-3.0 Gonzalez (5-2) Erlin (1-3) None 27,890 / 2:27
Milone,T L 1 1 5.24 4 4 0 0 0 0 22.1 31 13 13 4 1 1 0 20 0 0 .337 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)
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 12 4.13 25 24 0 1 0 0 150.1 145 72 69 17 10 48 3 126 5 0 .255 5/24 OFF DAY 4th/-3.0
* Scherzer,M R 16 5 2.11 26 26 1 0 1 0 174.2 114 45 41 17 8 41 4 234 4 0 .182 5/25 at MIA W, 9-5 28-22 3rd/-2.0 Scherzer (8-1) Wittgren (2-1) Doolittle (10) 7,512 / 3:37
* Strasburg,S R 6 7 3.90 14 14 0 0 0 0 85.1 77 41 37 12 4 21 2 101 4 1 .239 5/26 at MIA W, 4-1 29-22 3rd/-1.5 Miller (1-0) Ziegler (0-4) Doolittle (11) 11,646 / 2:56
+Suero,W R 1 0 3.38 24 0 0 8 0 0 32.0 26 13 12 3 3 10 0 31 3 0 .220 5/27 at MIA W, 5-2 30-22 3rd/-1.0 Strasburg (6-4) Hernandez (0-2) Kintzler (2) 11,651 / 3:08
5/28 at BAL W, 6-0 31-22 2nd/-0.5 Gonzalez (6-2) Cobb (1-7) None 36,139 / 2:44
5/29 at BAL W, 3-2 32-22 2nd/-0.5 Hellickson (2-0) Bundy (3-7) Doolittle (12) 13,935 / 3:14
WASHINGTON 62 61 3.85 123 123 1 122 5 32 1096.0 997 494 469 142 55 347 26 1073 33 3 .242 5/30 at BAL W, 2-0 33-22 1st/0.5 Scherzer (9-1) Hess (2-2) Doolittle (13) 20,370 / 2:34
OPPONENTS 61 62 4.34 123 123 1 122 11 36 1096.1 1047 566 529 147 46 452 43 984 40 6 .251 5/31 at ATL L, 2-4 33-23 2nd/-0.5 Newcomb (6-1) Roark (2-5) Vizcaino (10) 22,380 / 2:39
6/1 at ATL L, 0-4 33-24 2nd/-1.5 Foltynewicz (5-3) Strasburg (6-5) None 33,845 / 2:24 (:10 delay)
6/2 at ATL W, 5-3 34-24 2nd/-0.5 Miller (2-0) Socolovich (0-1) Doolittle (14) 39,578 / 4:00
6/3 at ATL L, 2-4 34-25 2nd/-1.5 Vizcaíno (2-2) Roark (2-6) None 33,132 / 2:47
HIGHS AND LOWS 6/4 OFF DAY 2nd/-1.0
6/5 vs. TBR
6/6 vs. TBR
W, 4-2 35-25 2nd/-1.0 Scherzer (10-1) Eovaldi (1-1) Doolittle (15) 32,165 / 2:16
W, 11-2 36-25 1st/— Roark (3-6) Venters (1-1) None 33,106 / 2:50
TEAM BATTING 6/7 OFF DAY 1st/—
Most runs, game.....................................................................25 July 31 vs. NYM 6/8 vs. SFG L, 5-9 36-26 1st/— Moronta (2-0) Strasburg (6-6) None 41,591* / 3:04
6/9 vs. SFG W, 7-5 37-26 1st/— Miller (3-0) Rodriguez (1-1) Doolittle (16) 37,701 / 3:23
Most runs, inning.....................................................................7 2x: July 31 vs NYM (1st inn.), July 7 vs. MIA (5th inn.) 6/10 vs. SFG L, 0-2 37-27 1st/— Holland (4-6) Scherzer (10-2) Strickland (13) 35,705 / 2:51
6/11 OFF DAY 1st/—
Most hits (9-inning game)......................................................26 July 31 vs. NYM 6/12 at NYY L, 0-3 37-28 2nd/-1.0 Sabathia (4-1) Roark (3-7) Chapman (18) 44,220 / 2:48
Most hits (extra-inning game)................................................13 April 8 vs. NYM 6/13 at NYY W, 5-4 38-28 2nd/-1.0 Miller (4-0) Shreve (2-1) Doolittle (17) 45,030 / 3:18
6/14 OFF DAY 2nd/-1.5
Most doubles, game.................................................................5 2x: July 21 vs. NYM, July 26 at MIA 6/15 at TOR L, 5-6 38-29 2nd/-1.5 Oh (2-2) Gonzalez (6-3) Tepera (4) 29,633 / 2:35
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 home runs, game.............................................................7 June 29 at PHI 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 extra-base hits, game....................................................12 July 31 vs. NYM 6/19 vs. BAL W, 9-7 39-32 2nd/-3.5 Miller (5-0) Scott (0-1) Doolittle (19) 33,391 / 2:59
Most total bases, game..........................................................50 July 31 vs NYM 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)
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 walks (9-inning game)...................................................10 2x: April 15 vs. COL, April 2 at ATL 6/22 vs. PHI L, 2-12 40-34 3rd/-3.0 Eflin (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 (extra-inning game)...............................................8 July 1 at PHI 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)
Most strikeouts (9-inning game)............................................13 3x: July 24 at MIL, July 10 at PIT, and April 16 at NYM 6/25 at TBR L, 0-11 41-36 3rd/-4.0 Snell (10-4) Gonzalez (6-5) None 13,624 / 2:51
6/26 at TBR L, 0-1 41-37 3rd/-4.0 Eovaldi (2-3) Scherzer (10-4) Romo (6) 14,289 / 2:45
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game)......................................18 June 2 at ATL (14.0 Inn.) 6/27 OFF DAY 3rd/-3.5
6/28 at PHI L, 3-4 41-38 3rd/-4.0 Nola (10-2) Roark (3-9) Dominguez (6) 25,026 / 3:09
Most runners left on base (9-inning game)............................13 April 2 at ATL 6/29 at PHI W, 17-7 42-38 3rd/-4.0 Fedde (1-3) Pivetta (4-7) None 36,904 / 3:43
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game)......................14 April 8 vs. NYM (12.0 Inn.) 6/30 at PHI L, 2-3 42-39 3rd/-5.0 Arano (1-0) Hellickson (2-1) Dominguez (7) 42,746 / 3:20
7/1 at PHI L, 3-4 (13) 42-40 3rd/-6.0 Pivetta (5-7) Miller (5-1) None 22,051 / 4:28
Fewest hits, game....................................................................2 5x; Last: July 29 at MIA 7/2 vs. BOS L, 3-4 42-41 3rd/-7.0 Porcello (10-3) Scherzer (10-5) Kimbrel (25) 39,002 / 3:15
7/3 vs. BOS L, 4-11 42-42 3rd/-7.0 Workman (1-0) Roark (3-10) None 42,531 / 2:55
INDIVIDUAL BATTING 7/4 vs. BOS L, 0-3 42-43 3rd/-7.0 Rodriguez (10-3) Madson (2-4) Kimbrel (26) 42,528 / 3:23
Most hits, game........................................................................5 3x: Last: Mark Reynolds (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/5 vs. MIA
7/6 vs. MIA
W, 14-12 43-43 3rd/-6.0 Kelley (1-0) Conley (2-1) Doolittle (22) 24,314 / 3:15
W, 3-2 44-43 3rd/-5.0 Doolittle (3-2) Barraclough (0-3) None 32,652 / 3:13
Most runs, game.......................................................................4 4x: Last: Bryce Harper (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/7 vs. MIA W, 18-4 45-43 3rd/-5.0 Scherzer (11-5) Chen (2-6) None 34,364 / 3:01
7/8 vs. MIA L, 2-10 45-44 3rd/-5.0 Conley (3-1) Roark (3-11) None 30,464 / 3:43
Most doubles, game..................................................................3 Bryce Harper (6/24 vs. PHI) 7/9 at PIT L, 3-6 45-45 3rd/-5.5 Nova (5-6) Rodriguez (0-1) Vazquez (19) 14,075 / 2:49
Most home runs, game..............................................................2 14x: Last: Ryan Zimmerman (8/11 at CHI) 7/10 at PIT
7/11 at PIT
W, 5-1 46-45 3rd/-5.5 Hellickson (3-1) Musgrove (3-4) None 17,103 / 3:21 (:50)
L, 0-2 46-46 3rd/-5.5 Williams (7-7) Gonzalez (6-6) Vazquez (20) 21,083 / 2:34
Most extra-base hits, game.......................................................3 6x: Last: Ryan Zimmerman (8/7 vs. ATL) 7/12 at NYM W, 5-4 47-46 3rd/-5.5 Scherzer (12-5) Matz (4-7) Madson (4) 28,120 / 2:48
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 RBI, game.......................................................................10 Mark Reynolds (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/14 at NYM L, 4-7 47-48 3rd/-6.5 Wheeler (3-6) Voth (1-0) Familia (17) 30,438 / 2:48
Most stolen bases, game...........................................................4 Michael A. Taylor (6/17 at TOR) 7/15 at NYM W, 6-1 48-48 3rd/-5.5 Hellickson (4-1) Swarzak (0-2) None 26,572 / 2:54
7/16-19 ALL STAR BREAK (89TH ALL-STAR GAME PLAYED ON JULY 17: AL 8, NL 6 (10)
Most strikeouts, game...............................................................5 Trea Turner (6/2 at ATL, 14.0 Inn.) 7/20 vs. ATL L, 5-8 48-49 3rd/-6.5 Sanchez (5-2) Strasburg (6-7) Minter (5) 41,008 / 2:57
7/21 vs. ATL POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up on 8/7)
Most walks, game.....................................................................4 Bryce Harper (4/2 at ATL) 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 total bases, game...........................................................12 Mark Reynolds (7/7 vs. MIA) 7/23 at MIL L, 1-6 49-50 3rd/-6.0 Chacin (9-3) Gonzalez (6-7) None 26,073 / 3:20
7/24 at MIL L, 4-5 49-51 (10) 3rd/-7.0 Jennings (4-3) Grace (0-1) None 33,990 / 3:33
Longest hitting streak................................................. 13 games Michael A. Taylor (6/2-22) and Trea Turner (5/19-6/1) 7/25 at MIL W, 7-3 50-51 3rd/-7.0 Roark (4-12) Peralta (4-2) None 37,586 / 2:24
7/26 at MIA W, 10-3 51-51 3rd/-7.0 Miller (6-1) Conley (3-2) None 8,506 / 3:14
TEAM PITCHING 7/27 at MIA W, 9-1 52-51 3rd/-6.0 Scherzer (14-5) Lopez (2-2) None 9,297 / 2:45
Most strikeouts (9-inning game).............................................18 May 6 vs. PHI 7/28 at MIA L, 1-2 (10) 52-52 3rd/-6.0 Graves (1-1) Herrera (1-1) None 11,779 / 3:26
7/29 at MIA L, 0-5 52-53 3rd/-6.0 Urena (3-10) Hellickson (4-2) None 12,112 / 2:46
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game).......................................18 April 8 vs. NYM (12.0 Inn.) 7/30 OFF DAY
7/31 vs. NYM W, 25-4 53-53 3rd/-5.5 Roark (5-12) Matz (5-9) None 35,029 / 3:16
Most walks (9-inning game).....................................................8 June 22 vs. PHI 8/1 vs. NYM W, 5-3 54-53 3rd/-5.0 Milone (1-0) Syndergaard (6-2)Herrera (16) 34,319 / 2:38
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 (extra-inning game) ...............................................7 April 1 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 8/3 vs. CIN 3rd/-5.0 POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN (To be made up 8/4)
Most runs allowed, game........................................................13 April 3 at ATL 8/4 vs. CIN L, 1-7 55-54 3rd/-6.0 DeSclafani (5-3) Gonzalez (6-8) None 32,687 / 2:58
8/4 vs. CIN W, 6-2 56-54 3rd/-6.0 Hellickson (5-2) Harvey (5-7) None 36,149 / 3:05
Most runs allowed, inning.......................................................11 April 18 at NYM (8th Inn.) 8/5 vs. CIN W, 2-1 57-54 3rd/-6.0 Roark (6-12) Castillo (6-9) Herrera (17) 33,486 / 2:39
8/6 OFF DAY 3rd/-5.5
Most hits allowed, game.........................................................22 July 8 vs. MIA 8/7 vs. ATL W, 8-3 58-54 3rd/-6.0 Rodriguez (1-1) Allard (1-1) None 26,965 / 3:08
Most hits allowed (extra-inning game)....................................11 April 11 vs. ATL (12.0 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
8/8 vs. ATL L, 3-8 58-56 3rd/-6.0 Foltynewicz (9-7) Milone (1-1) None 30,203 / 3:04
Fewest hits allowed, game........................................................2 April 14 vs COL, April 9 vs. ATL 8/9 vs. ATL W, 6-3 59-56 3rd/-5.5 Gonzalez (7-8) Parsons (0-1) None 28,347 / 2:30
8/10 at CHI L, 2-3 59-57 3rd/-5.5 Cishek (3-1) Solis (1-2) Strop (9) 41,531 / 3:10
Most home runs allowed, game.................................................4 June 17 at TOR 8/11 at CHI W, 9-4 60-57 3rd/-5.5 Roark (7-12) Lester (12-5) None 41,320 / 3:11
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING 8/12 at CHI L, 3-4 60-58 3rd/-5.5 Wilson (4-3) Madson (2-5) None 36,490 / 2:56
8/13 at STL L, 6-7 60-59 3rd/-7.0 Hudson (3-0) Glover (0-1) None 37,197 / 3:19
Most innings pitched, starter.................................................9.0 Max Scherzer (4/9 vs. ATL) 8/14 at STL L, 4-6 60-60 3rd/-8.0 Gant (5-4) Gonzalez (7-9) Hicks (4) 38,214 / 3:12
8/15 at STL L, 2-4 60-61 3rd/-9.0 Gomber (3-0) Hellickson (5-3) Norris (23) 36,696/ 3:07
Most innings pitched, reliever................................................4.0 Matt Grace (7/4 vs. BOS) 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 strikeouts, starter...........................................................15 Max Scherzer (5/6 vs. PHI) 8/17 vs. MIA
8/18 vs. MIA
W, 8-2 62-61 3rd/-7.0 Scherzer (16-5) Straily (4-6) None 37,106 / 3:03

Most strikeouts, reliever............................................................5 2x: Justin Miller (6/2 at ATL), Sammy Solis (4/8 vs. NYM) 8/19 vs. MIA
8/20 OFF DAY
Longest winning streak................................................. 9 games Max Scherzer (4/9-6/5) 8/21 vs. PHI
Longest losing streak.................................................... 6 games Tanner Roark (6/12-7/13) 8/22 vs. PHI
8/23 vs. PHI
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter.........................17.0 Tanner Roark (7/13-7/31) 8/24 at NYM
8/25 at NYM
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever........................13.0 Brandon Kintzler (4/11-5/4) 8/26 at NYM
Most earned runs allowed.......................................................10 A.J. Cole (4/3 at ATL) 8/27 at PHI
8/28 at PHI
Most hits allowed....................................................................10 5x: Last: Tommy Milone (Aug. 13 at STL). 8/29 at PHI
8/30 OFF DAY
Most walks allowed...................................................................5 3x: Gio Gonzalez (7/24 at MIL & 5/25 at TBR), Tanner Roark (5/31 at ATL) 8/31 vs. MIL
Most home runs allowed............................................................3 2x: Tommy Milone (8/8 vs ATL), Max Scherzer (7/7 vs. MIA) 9/1 vs. MIL
9/2 vs. MIL
MISCELLANEOUS TEAM 9/3 vs. STL
9/4 vs. STL
Longest winning streak................................................. 6 games 2x: May 25-30 and April 29-May 4 9/5 vs. STL
Longest losing streak.................................................... 5 games 2x: June 30-July 4 and April 3 to April 9 9/6 vs. CHI
9/7 vs. CHI
Longest game, innings.........................................................14.0 June 2 at ATL 9/8 vs. CHI
9/9 vs. CHI
Longest game, time (9-inning game)...................................3:47 June 24 vs PHI 9/10 at PHI
9/11 at PHI
Longest game, time (extra-inning game).............................4:28 July 1 at PHI (13.0 inn.) 9/12 at PHI
Shortest game, time.............................................................2:16 June 6 vs. TBR 9/13 OFF DAY
9/14 at ATL
Largest crowd, Nationals Park..........................................42,531 July 3 vs. BOS 9/15 at ATL
9/16 at ATL
Smallest crowd, Nationals Park........................................19,357 April 10 vs. ATL 9/17 at MIA
Largest winning margin..................................................21 runs July 31 vs. NYM (W, 25-4) 9/18 at MIA
9/19 OFF DAY
Largest losing margin.....................................................11 runs June 25 at TBR (L, 0-11) 9/20 vs. NYM
9/21 vs. NYM
Largest deficit overcome to win.........................................9 runs July 5 vs. MIA (Behind, 9-0 after T4th, W 14-12) 9/22 vs. NYM
Largest lead relinquished to lose......................................4 runs July 24 at MIL (Ahead 4-0 after T2, lost 4-5 in 10 inn.) 9/23 vs. NYM
9/24 vs. MIA
Most double plays turned..........................................................4 July 6 vs. MIA 9/25 vs. MIA
9/26 vs. MIA
Most double plays hit into.........................................................3 3x: July 1 at PHI (13 inn.), June 21 vs. BAL, April 11 vs. ATL (12.0 Inn.) 9/27 OFF DAY
Most errors................................................................................3 July 27 at MIA 9/28 at COL
9/29 at COL
9/30 at COL