Nationals won't be better with Max Scherzer
you believe Ken Rosenthal -- and really, who doesn' t believe Ken Rosenthal? -- the Nationals might well trade Jordan Zimmermann . But Zimmermann was even better last season than Roark! Trading Zimmermann hardly makes the Nationals better in
Dexter Fowler's value to the 2015 Cubs
Menu Home Articles Baseball Joe By The Numbers Scores News Search Brewers committed to Jimmy Nelson, so scratch Jordan Zimmermann ‹‹‹ Dexter Fowler's value to the 2015 Cubs CJ Nitkowski @CJNitkowski On the surface, the Dexter Fowler
Sources: Nationals get their man, agree to deal with Scherzer
likely be for more than $180 million. Also on Sunday, sources told Morosi that the Nationals would trade starter Jordan Zimmermann (14-5, 2.66 ERA); furthermore, if Washington can't work out a trade for Zimmermann, the Nats would be
Reports say Max Scherzer, Nationals agree to 7-year contract
in the American League. The NL East champion Nationals' starting rotation already includes Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann , Doug Fister - Scherzer's former teammate with the Tigers - Gio Gonzalez, and Tanner Roark.
Scherzer part of Rizzo's grand plan, or Lerner's all-in play for 2015?
Rizzo to plan for this moment? Did the owner give Rizzo enough time to arrange a trade involving right-hander Jordan Zimmermann and/or another of his high-salaried players? Or are the Nats simply dismissing payroll concerns and going it
James Shields to the Tigers would make a lot of sense
familiarity with the AL Central give the Tigers a couple advantages they wouldn't have with the likes of Johnny Cueto and Jordan Zimmermann one year from now. (Former Tiger Doug Fister is on track to hit the market next winter, too.) One added bonus
Phillies value Hamels a lot ... and perhaps too much
agent right-handers Max Scherzer and James Shields, as well as the trade market for Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann . The Red Sox and Cardinals, in particular, could be waiting to see if the prices for Scherzer and/or Shields
Mike Redmond on Zimmermann's no-hitter
Mike Redmond on the Marlins' 1-0 loss to the Nationals and Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter.
How Zobrist fits with the Nationals
a qualifying offer at the end of the season, but already have five other potential free agents: right-handers Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister, center fielder Denard Span, shortstop Ian Desmond and reliever Tyler Clippard. Qualifying offers
The future of the NL Central
have some money to spend, but there's no great fit in the market and lots of reasons -- Heyward, David Price, Jordan Zimmermann -- to keep that payroll room for 2016 and beyond. I did get asked on Twitter why I'd mentioned the Dodgers