Jason Simontacchi

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  • Simontacchi should return this season

    Good news: Jason Simontacchi's injured elbow won't require surgery, and the right-hander will be able to pitch again for the Washington Nationals this season.


  • Simontacchi to have elbow re-examined

    Jason Simontacchi, who leads the Washington Nationals' starting rotation with six wins, will have his injured right elbow examined by orthopedist James Andrews today in Birmingham, Ala.


  • Simontacchi to have elbow re-examined

    Jason Simontacchi, who leads the Washington Nationals' starting rotation with six wins, will have his injured right elbow examined by orthopedist James Andrews today in Birmingham, Ala.


  • First season offers Acta few surprises

    Manny Acta finally will get a few days off with the All-Star Game taking place in San Francisco. The rookie manager plans to stay around town with his family, visit museums and generally relax.


  • Small ball leads to big win for Nats

    It was an all-too-familiar script.


  • Nats see what they're missing

    There's no telling how much difference Alfonso Soriano would have made as a member of the 2007 Washington Nationals, whether the dynamic star could have carried this offensively inept club or whether he would have had minimal impact.


  • Same scenario, different result

    In the aftermath of Saturday's late-game meltdown, Washington Nationals manager Manny Acta couldn't help but point to the near-perfect situation his team produced before the ninth inning.


  • Tigers pounce on Nats' pitching

    THE WASHINGTON TIMES Jason Simontacchi has no illusions about himself. He knows what he is: a journeyman pitcher who had to battle through injuries and other obstacles just to make it to the major leagues.


  • Nationals offense prospers in dome

    MINNEAPOLIS — They've been playing major league baseball in this town since Calvin Griffith moved the Washington Senators west in 1961. And for the last 25 years, they've been playing it in perhaps the sport's most unusual stadium.


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