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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 16th, 11:00am
Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams provided updates on several injured Nats players before last night's game against the Miami Marlins, reports Pete Kerzel of MASNSports.comRyan Zimmerman will not need surgery on his fractured right thumb, but is still expected to be out 4-6 weeks. Zimmerman suffered the injury on April 12.Denard Span passed all the concussion-related protocols and...
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Razzball | Apr 14th, 7:05am
Ryan Zimmerman should just join a kickball league. His upper stuff doesn't work right. He's got a bad case of waist-up-is-not-up-to-snuff-is. He should tent his entire body, because he's got an infestation of the bad health termites. They lay dormant, living off of bacteria that is produced naturally by your secretions. Then one day you wake up and you dive into the 2nd base bag and break your...
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Rotoworld | Apr 13th, 2:37pm
Nationals placed 3B Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured right thumb.
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MLB.com | Apr 13th, 3:07am
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman will miss four-to-six weeks after fracturing his thumb in the fifth inning when he was picked off second base.
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Rotoworld | Apr 13th, 2:59am
Ryan Zimmerman has been diagnosed with a fractured right thumb and will be out 4-6 weeks.
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ESPN | Apr 13th, 2:12am
Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman has left a game against the Atlanta Braves with an apparent injury to his right thumb.
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KFFL | Apr 13th, 1:57am
Washington Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman (thumb) will miss four to six weeks after suffering a ...
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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 13th, 1:32am
Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, he of the oft-reported shoulder issues, left this evening's game against the Atlanta Braves in the fifth inning after injuring his thumb. Zimmermann was caught off second base by a throw from Braves' starter Alex Wood to shortstop Andrelton Simmons. With his thumb bleeding, the veteran headed immediately for the trainer's room. Sports Injury...
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Rotoworld | Apr 13th, 1:05am
Ryan Zimmerman was lifted from Saturday's game against the Braves after jamming his right thumb.
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KFFL | Apr 12th, 11:29pm
Washington Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman (thumb) left the game early Saturday, April 12, because of ...
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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 11th, 12:00pm
Ryan Zimmerman. It looks like no DL stint and no immediate change of position for the Washington Nationals third baseman. Instead, Zimmerman will alter his throwing motion, lowering his arm-slot to alleviate the pain in his shoulder. Manager Matt Williams, himself a four-time Gold Glover at third base, said it was "realistic" for Zimmerman to remain at the hot corner, calling the shoulder "degenerative,...
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KFFL | Apr 10th, 7:47pm
Washington Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman (shoulder) was in the lineup at third base for the ...
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Fangraphs | Apr 7th, 1:09am
Zimmerman is a nice source of power, but can be counted on to miss about 20 games every year, which impacts his counting stat totals. - Michael Barr
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The Fantasy Fix | Mar 24th, 12:47am
He finished third among qualified third basemen in HR/FB last season and he's increased his flyball distance by at least 14 feet in every season since 2011, peaking at just over 309 feet last season, just inches behind Miguel Cabrera and sixth overall in baseball. Much like Longoria, Zimmerman's plate discipline numbers show a trend toward a more aggressive approach, which may also bode well for his power output in 2013. - Gerard Martin
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RotoBaller | Mar 20th, 9:03am
This guy doesn't get the love he deserves, mostly because he tends to struggle out of the gate. But when he catches fire, he scorches the box scores. Pencil Zimmerman in for 25-30 HR, a .285 AVG., nearly 100 RBI... and a handful of steals, if he can stay healthy. He has three good sticks in front of him, and three (possibly four) behind him, so the runs scored will also approach triple digits. - Billy Bruce