1B - FA - RET
Longtime Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman announced his retirement from MLB on Tuesday.
The 37-year-old was the first ever draft pick in Nationals history and will go down as one of the most iconic players in their history. He retires as Washington's all time leader in Games Played, Hits, Runs, Doubles, Home Runs, and RBI.
Ryan Zimmerman crushed his 12th home run and drove in two RBI. Zimmerman went 1-for-5 with three strikeouts as well. His home run had a 109.6 mph exit velocity.
In August, whenever Zimmerman plays he produces with a .348 batting average and .929 OPS. However, it comes in only 25 plate appearances.
Ryan Zimmerman doubled twice and drove in two RBI. He went 3-for-5 with one strikeout as well.
Zimmerman only plays occasionally when Josh Bell needs a day off. However, in August, he is hitting well with a .556 batting average and 1.444 OPS.
Ryan Zimmerman hit a three-run home run and drove in four RBI. He went 1-for-4 with one strikeout.
Zimmerman hasn't played much in July with a .088 batting average but made it count on Sunday.
Ryan Zimmerman hit a pinch-hit three-run home run on Monday. Zimmerman's home run recorded a 109.3 mph exit velocity.
Since Zimmerman hardly plays, he isn't someone to rely on outside of NL-only leagues. In June, he is hitting .180 with a .652 OPS.