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Topic - Ryan Zimmerman
The Nationals' bench is playing much better through two weeks than it did last year. Have their depth problems fixed?
Ryan Zimmerman becomes the latest Nationals regular to land on the DL after fracturing his right thumb. He'll miss 4-6 weeks.
Manager Matt Williams says the Washington Nationals won't spend too much time reflecting on another lost weekend against the Atlanta Braves.
The Washington Nationals have lost their leadoff hitter for a week and a key bat in the middle of their lineup for much longer.
Ryan Zimmerman and Denard Span hope they can return from injuries as soon as possible and were in good spirits Sunday morning.
Gio Gonzalez was tagged for six early runs, once again putting the Nationals in a big hole in Atlanta, and the rest was pretty much academic.
Freddie Freeman insists the Atlanta Braves have no special insight when playing the Washington Nationals.
On this week's episode of The Baseball Show there was plenty of talk about Ryan Zimmerman's throwing issues.
Ryan Zimmerman was forced to leave Saturday night's game in Atlanta with an apparent right thumb injury.
The Braves keep finding ways to beat the Nationals, who now must find a way to overcome a sudden wave of injuries.
Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman is expected to miss four to six weeks after breaking his right thumb against the Atlanta Braves.
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman was back where he belonged for Wednesday night's game against the Miami Marlins: In the starting lineup.
With a new, sidearm throwing motion that takes pressure off his shoulder, Ryan Zimmerman hopes to play third base through the rest of the season.
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman is back in the starting lineup after working on a lower throwing motion to try to help his sore right shoulder.
We take a look at the Nationals to see which players had a good week and which ones struggled.
Zimmerman said he didn't realize the extent of the injury immediately, believing at first he had broken only the fingernail on his right thumb after slamming hard into the base.
"I thought just my nail had bent back, because the nail was black and blue and bleeding, like when you catch it on something," he said. "But it was the whole thumb that was bent back, not just the nail. It stinks, but it happens. It was just a freak accident. There's nothing you can really do."