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Minnesota Twins (5-11) vs.

Washington Nationals (11-4)

RHP Kyle Gibson [0-2, 3.57] | LHP Gio Gonzalez [0-0, 0.69]
Friday, April 22 l Game #16 / Home #7 l Nationals Park l Washington, D.C.
Television: MASN / WUSA9 l Radio: 99.1 WDCH & Nationals Radio Network
Standing: 11-4,1st place, National League East Home: 5-1 Road: 6-3

Streak: L1 Last Five: 2-3 Last Ten: 7-3

NATIONALS NEWS

OPPONENT

SIGN O THE TIMES


PURPLE RAIN
At 11-4 (.733), the Nationals have the second-best record in baseball and their 11-4 start
The Washington Senators, one of the eight original American League teams, played in Washmatches the best start in Nationals history (2005-pres.)...The 2012 Nationals were also 11-4
ington D.C. from 1901 until 1960 when they moved to Minnesota and became the Minnesota
through the first 15 games of the season.
Twins...C Wilson Ramos hit .296 (8-for-27) with three doubles, one RBI and two runs in
The 11-4 start matches the best start of any D.C. based club...The 1913, 1925, 1930 and seven games in 2010 before being acquired by the Nationals, July 29, 2010...OF Ben Revere
1932 Washington Senators all started 11-4.
was selected by the Twins in the first round (No. 28) of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft...He
Only the 1981 Expos (12-3) posted a better record through 15 games in Nationals/Expos played three seasons (2010-12) for the Twins, hitting .278 with 22 doubles, 11 triples, 64 RBI,
history.
74 stolen bases and 127 runs scored in 254 games...Twins C Kurt Suzuki played parts of
two seasons (2012-13) for the Nationals and was a key cog as Washington claimed the 2012
THE ARMS OF ORION
National League East division title...Twins LHP Fernando Abad appeared in 39 games for
Through the seasons first 15 games, the Nationals starting pitching staff has worked to a 2.31 Washington in 2013, while LHP Tommy Milone was drafted by the Nationals in 2008 and
ERA, behind only the Chicago Cubs (2.19) for the best in Major League Baseball.
made five starts for the Nationals in 2011 and was a part of the trade to acquire LHP Gio
Nationals starters also rank among MLB staffs in average against (2nd, .214), opp. slug- Gonzalez in Dec. 2011.
ging percentage (2nd, .310), hits per nine innings (2nd, 6.85), WHIP (4th, 1.09), home runs
per nine innings (4th, 0.58) and opp. OBP (5th, .287).
THE SERIES
The Nationals and Twins face off tonight for the first time since June 8-9, 2013 when WashI WANNA BE YOUR GOLD (G)LOVER
ington won two of three, including a doubleheader sweep on June 9...Since MLB returned to
The Nationals, along with the New York Mets, have committed the fewest errors (4) in Major D.C. in 2005, the Nationals and Twins have met three times, with the first two series taking
League Baseball and their .993 team fielding percentage is the best in MLB...The Nationals place in Minneapolis before the Twins came to D.C. in 2013...That June 2013 series marked
also rank tied for third in the National League with 18 double plays.
the first time the Twins played in D.C. since July of 1971...The Nationals and Twins played two
According to Baseball Prospectus, the Nationals rank third (.741) in the National League in exhibition games in D.C. at the end of 2016 Spring Training.
Defensive Efficiency (the rate at which balls put into play are converted into outs) behind
only the Chicago Cubs (.753) and Los Angeles Dodgers (.749)...In comparison, the 2015 2016 / BY THE NUMBERS
Nationals ranked 21st in MLB in Defensive Efficiency at .700.
2016 W-L...........................................................................0-0 (0-0 in D.C., 0-0 in Minneapolis)
Streak...................................................................................................................................N/A
LETS GO CRAZY
Aggregate Score / 2016.............................................................................Nationals 0, Twins 0
Nationals RF Bryce Harper leads Major League Baseball in OPS (1.255), RBI (22) and slug- Home Runs Hit / 2016................................................................................Nationals 0, Twins 0
ging percentage (.849) and his eight home runs are tied with COL SS Trevor Story for the
MLB lead.
ALL-TIME SERIES / BY THE NUMBERS
Harper extended his RBI-streak to a career-best eight games with solo home run on Thurs- W-L / Nationals (2005-present).............................................................................................4-5
day afternoon...The eight-game streak is tied for the second-longest in Nationals history W-L / Home (2005-present)...................................................................................................2-1
(2005-pres.) behind Ryan Zimmermans nine-game streak, Sept. 3-12, 2012.
W-L / Nationals Park (2008-present).....................................................................................2-1
Harper is making his opportunities with runners on base count in a big way thus far this W-L / Away (2005-present)....................................................................................................2-4
season...He is 8-for-15 (.533) with eight extra-base hits (four home runs, four doubles) and W-L / Franchise (Expos/Nationals)........................................................................................4-8
six walks (2 intentional) when he steps to the plate with men on...During his 2015 NL MVP
campaign, Harper batted .336 in those situations, which ranked fifth in MLB (min: 200 such 2016 AGAINST THE TWINS
DATE RESULT WIN-LOSS-SV
TOG DATE
RESULT WIN-LOSS-SV
TOG
PA), per the Elias Sports Bureau.
4/22DC
BATDANCE
Nationals 2B Daniel Murphy had his hitting streak snapped at 12 games after going 0-for-3
Thursday at MIA...It was the longest streak in the National League this season...Murphy has
reached base safely in 28 of his 59 plate appearances this season with 21 hits (4 2B, 2 3B, 2
HR), eight RBI and seven walks...He has hit safely in 13 of 15 games
The 12-game hitting streak ties the longest single-season hitting streak of Murphys career,
matching a 12-game run from Sept. 18-Oct. 3, 2015...Murphy does own a 14-game streak,
which stretched from the end of the 2013 season (Sept. 19) to the start of 2014 (April 4).
Murphy leads the National League (second in MLB) with a .404 batting average while his
.483 OBP is good for third in the NL and his .673 slugging percentage ranks seventh.
NEW POWER GENERATION
The Nationals erupted for seven runs in the seventh inning of Tuesday nights 7-0 win over
the Miami Marlins, with all seven coming on four home run swings in two sets of back-to-back
jacks...In the process, Washington set quite a few marks:
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, no team in Nationals/Expos franchise history had
ever hit two sets of back-to-back home runs in the same inning before Jayson WerthWilson Ramos and Bryce Harper-Ryan Zimmerman did it Tuesday night...No team in the
Major Leagues had accomplished the feat since 2010 when Milwaukee did so vs. Arizona,
Aug. 11, 2010.
It was also, via Elias, the only time in modern MLB history (since 1900) that a team hit two
sets of back-to-back home runs in the same inning with one of the longballs being a grand
slam (Harper).
The last time Washington hit two sets of back-to-back home runs in the same game was
July 10, 2013; Anthony Rendon-Ramos in the fifth, Zimmerman-Werth in the sixth.
Tuesdays seventh inning marked the first time in Nationals history (2005-pres.) the club
had hit four home runs in a single inning, and the first time in franchise history (Nationals/
Expos) since April 29, 1986 against CIN, when Andre Dawson, Hubie Brooks, Tim Wallach and Mike Fitzgerald all went deep...It also happened one other time, July 30, 1978
against ATL, courtesy of Dawson (2), Dave Cash and Larry Parrish.

4/23DC
4/24DC

TRANSACTIONS AND DISABLED LIST

3/18 Optioned C Pedro Severino to Triple-A Syracuse.


3/19 Reassigned INF Jason Martinson to Minor League camp and granted OF Logan Schafer his unconditional
release.
3/21 Reassigned RHP Erik Davis, RHP Michael Brady and RHP Burke Badenhop to Minor League camp.
3/23 Reassigned RHP Lucas Giolito to Minor League camp.
3/25 Outrighted INF/OF Tyler Moore off the 40-man roster to Triple-A Syracuse.
3/27 Acquired Minor League 1B Nate Freiman from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for INF/OF Tyler Moore.
3/28 Optioned RHP Rafael Martin and INF Trea Turner to Triple-A Syracuse...Reassigned LHP Aaron Laffey,
RHP Nick Masset, OF Tony Campana, INF Scott Sizemore and C Jhonatan Solano to Minor League
camp.
3/29 Selected the contract of RHP Matt Belisle to the 40-man roster.
3/30 Released and subsequently re-signed RHP Bronson Arroyo and RHP Burke Badenhop to minor league
contracts.
4/1 Optioned OF Matt den Dekker and RHP Trevor Gott to Triple-A Syracuse...Selected the contract of OF Chris
Heisey to the 40-man roster...Placed RHP Aaron Barrett on the 60-day disabled list.
4/3 Granted OF Reed Johnson and LHP Sean Burnett their unconditional release...Reassigned INF Brendan
Ryan to Minor League camp.
4/6 Recalled OF Matt den Dekker from Triple-A Syracuse...Placed OF Ben Revere on the 15-day disabled list
(retro to April 5) with a right oblique strain.

DISABLED LIST

PLAYER
Aaron Barrett
Ben Revere

INJURY
15/60 DL PLACED / RETRO REINSTATED
R elbow UCL surgery 60
April 1
Right oblique strain 15
April 6/April 5

#GAMES
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IN THE COMMUNITY

2016
From the Big Leagues to the Little Leagues: As participants in the Nationals Youth Baseball
Uniform Program, every boy and girl of the D.C. Little Leagues and the D.C. Parks and Recreation
Rookie League receives a Nationals T-shirt or jersey and cap at no cost to the league. In 2015,
the Nationals Youth Baseball Uniform Program saved D.C. Little Leagues more than $110,000.
April 27, Military Appreciation Day: The Nationals will offer complimentary tickets to service
members and their families with military ID (active duty, dependent, reservist, and retiree) at the
POP LIFE
And starting all of Tuesdays home run fun was Nationals LF Jayson Werth, whose solo Grand Staircase Box Office starting at 4 p.m. First-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.
shot with one out in the seventh clanked off the Marlins home run sculpture in center field,
lodged behind a light in the piece of art, broke the scoreless tie and added Werths name to
DATE IN NATIONALS HISTORY
the 200-homer club.
APRIL 22 (1-7 on this date)
With the blast, Werth joined Alfonso Soriano (8/13/2006), Adam LaRoche (4/20/2013)
2008: John Lannan watched John Smoltz record his 3,000th strikeout, but out-pitched the
and Ryan Zimmerman (9/02/2015) as the only players to hit their 200th career home run
Braves legend to grab the win in Washingtons 6-0 victory. Lannan scattered five hits in 7.0
in a Nationals uniform, according to Elias.
scoreless innings, walking three and fanning four

SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS

DATE
OPP./SITE D.C. TIME DC TV
DC RADIO
NATIONALS STARTER
OPPONENTS STARTER
Fri., April 22
vs. MIN
7:05 p.m. MASN / WUSA9 99.1 WDCH
LHP Gio Gonzalez (0-0, 0.69)
RHP Kyle Gibson (0-2, 3.57)
The 0.69 ERA Gio Gonzalez has pitched to thus far in 2016 is his best mark through his first two starts of the season of any of his five years with the Nationals.
Sat., April 23
vs. MIN
1:05 p.m. MASN
106.7 The Fan
RHP Tanner Roark (1-2, 3.71)
RHP Phil Hughes (1-2, 4.42)
Tanner Roark has never faced the Twins in a regular-season game...In his lone appearance vs. the AL Central (at KCR, 8/23/13), he is 1-0 with 4.2 IP of scoreless relief (1 H, 1 BB, 2 K).
Sun., April 24
vs. MIN
1:35 p.m. MASN
106.7 The Fan
RHP Stephen Strasburg (3-0, 1.25)
RHP Ervin Santana (0-1, 3.15)
Stephen Strasburg has allowed two earned runs or fewer in each of this first three starts of the season, averaging 7.0 innings per outing.

NATIONALS STARTING PITCHER

GONZALEZ, Gio (LHP)

#47

2016

2016 STARTS

Electric left-hander enters his fifth NL season with the Nationals...Is 53-34 with D OPP RES W L ERA INN H R ER HR BB SO RS PIT Home............... 0-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/6.0 IP), 1 G / 1 GS
Road................ 0-0, 1.29 ERA (1 ER/7.0 IP), 1 G / 1 GS
a 3.33 ERA in 124 starts (WSH is 76-48, .613 in these starts)...Ranks third on 4/12 vs. ATL W,2-1 0 0 0.00 6.0 3 0 0 0 1 4 0 95
vs. Left...................................................000 / .111 / .000
the Nationals all-time (2005-present) wins list with 53, trailing RHP Jordan Zim- 4/17 at PHI L, 2-3 0 0 0.69 7.0 4 1 1 1 2 8 1 100
vs. Right................................................ 214 / .214 / .214
mermann (70) and RHP Stephen Strasburg (57)...Making his third start of the
SO/9.0 IP................................................................. 8.31
season, second at home.
BB/9.0 IP................................................................. 2.08
AGAINST THE TWINS: Has made seven starts against Minnesota, with six of them coming from 2009-11 as a member of the Oakland Athletics...Is 2-3 with a 7.00 HR/9.0 IP................................................................. 0.69
ERA in those seven starts...His only start against the Twins as a National came on June 8, 2013 (6.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 2 ER, HR, 4 BB, 7 SO).
SO/BB...................................................................... 4.00
LAST START: Continued his strong start to the 2016 season, tossing 7.0 innings of four-hit, one-run ball on April 17 at PHI...Struck out eight while walking just GB%........................................................................ 40.6
FB%......................................................................... 39.4
two...His lone run allowed came via a Carlos Ruiz solo home run.
Ranks among NL pitchers in opp. OBP (2nd, .208), WHIP (3rd, 0.77), hits per nine innings (3rd, 4.85), opp. batting average (5th, .156) and opp. SLG (6th, .244). RS/RSA.............................................................. 1 / 0.69
Finished his 2015 season strong, going 2-1 with a 2.38 ERA and with 42 strikeouts and a 11.12 SO/9.0 and a .208 batting average against in his final six starts. Team Record When Starting..................................... 1-1
Has made 30-or-more starts five of the last six seasons...Is 84-55 with a 3.29 ERA in 188 starts the last six-plus seasons (2010-16)...The 84 wins since 2010 rank Quality Starts................................................................ 2
fifth among left-handed pitchers...Since 2012, is 46-2 with a 2.63 ERA in 57 starts when receiving more than two runs of offensive support...Is a perfect 64-0 with March/April.... 0-0, 0.69 ERA (0 ER/13.0 IP), 2 G / 2 GS
May.....................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
a 2.59 ERA in 79 starts when getting four or more runs of offensive support in his career.
June....................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
Went 11-8 with a 3.79 ERA in 31 2015 starts...Posted double-digit win total for the sixth straight year...Joined Dodgers LHP Clayton Kershaw, Red Sox RHP
July.....................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
David Price and Blue Jays LHP Mark Buehrle as the only left-handed pitchers in MLB to win at least 10 games each of last six seasons.
August................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
Led Major League starters in 2015 with a career-low eight home runs allowed...Ranked second in MLB with 0.41 home runs per nine innings...His 0.41 home runs Sept./Oct.............0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
per nine innings matched a career low mark (2012)...From June 21 to August 10, went 5-0 with a 1.48 ERA (8 ER/48.2 IP) in eight starts, culminating with his best
start of the season in Washingtons 8-3 win on August 10 at LAD (8.0 IP, 7 H, BB, 6 SO)...Finished strong down the stretch, going 2-1 with a 2.38 ERA (9 ER/34.0 CAREER
Home.........................47-29, 3.21 ERA, 104 G / 103 GS
IP) in six September starts...Struck out 42 batters over that stretch, including matching a career-high with 12, Sept. 16 at PHI.
Since 2010, ranks among qualified MLB southpaws in HR/9.0 IP (2nd, 0.61), opp. avg (3rd, .231), H/9.0 IP (3rd, 7.75), opp. OPS (5th, .645), wins (5th, 84), SO/9.0 Road.......................... 44-37, 3.94 ERA, 115 G / 110 GS
vs. Left................................................. .236 / .308 / .364
IP (6th, 8.72) and strikeouts (6th, 1,110).
vs. Right............................................... .236 / .319 / .354
CAREER STATISTICS
Year Team Lg W L SV
SVO G GS CG INN H R ER HR BB SO WHIP FIP ERA
2008 Oak
AL 1 4 0 0 10 7 0 34.0 32 34 29 9 25 34 1.68 7.07 7.68
2009 Oak
AL 6 7 0 0 20 17 0 98.2 113 68 63 14 56 109 1.71 4.51 5.75
2010 Oak
AL 15 9 0 0 33 33 1 200.2 171 75 72 15 92 171 1.31 3.75 3.23
2011 Oak
AL 16 12 0 0 32 32 0 202.0 175 81 70 17 91 197 1.32 3.67 3.12
2012 Wsh
NL 21 8 0 0 32 32 2 199.1 149 69 64 9 76 207 1.13 2.87 2.89
2013 Wsh
NL 11 8 0 0 32 32 1 195.2 169 79 73 17 76 192 1.25 3.38 3.36
2014 Wsh
NL 10 10 0 0 27 27 0 158.2 134 66 63 10 56 162 1.20 2.99 3.57
2015 Wsh
NL
11 8
0
0
31
31
0
175.2 181
79
74
8
69
169
1.42
3.07
3.79
2016 Wsh
NL
0 0
0
0
2
2
0
13.0
7
1
1
1
3
12
0.77
3.04
0.69
Totals 91 66
0
0 219 213
4
1277.2 1131 552 509 100 544 1253
1.31
3.52
3.59

BELISLE, Matt (RHP)


LAST: 4/21 at MIA

BULLPEN NOTES

#18 PETIT, Yusmeiro (RHP)

2.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 0 SO 0 HR

Veteran reliever ranks seventh in MLB with 407 appearances in the


last six seasons (2010-16).
Has offered scoreless relief in his last 4 G (4.0 IP, 3 H, BB, SO).
His 0.27 HR/9.0 IP (1 HR/33.2 IP) = 9th among NL RP in 2015.
0-0, 1 Hold, 0 Saves, 1.80 ERA, 5/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 2 / 1

KELLEY, Shawn (RHP)


LAST: 4/19 at MIA

PAPELBON, Jonathan (RHP)


LAST: 4/21 at MIA (H,2)

#46

1.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Veteran lefty, joined the organization on a two-year contract in Dec.,


2015., his second stint with WSH (also 2011, Double-A Harrisburg).
9.42 career K/9 = 3rd among active P (1,000 IP) (Kershaw, Scherzer)
One of five LHR to pitch in 60 G & post 50 K each season 2013-15.
0-0, 2 Holds, 0 Saves, 2.45 ERA, 5/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 3 / 0

STARTING PITCHING LAST 10 GAMES


DATE/OPP STARTER
4/21atMIA SCHERZER
4/20atMIA ROSS
4/19atMIA STRASBURG
4/18atMIA ROARK
4/17atPHI GONZALEZ
4/16atPHI SCHERZER
4/15atPHI ROSS
4/14vs. ATL STRASBURG
4/13vs.ATL ROARK
4/12vs.ATL GONZALEZ

DEC RES INN H


L L, 1-5 5.0 8
W, 3-1 2.0 1
W W, 7-0 8.0 3
L L, 1-6 6.0 7
L, 2-3 7.0 4
W W, 8-1 7.0 5
W W, 9-1 7.2 3
W W, 6-2 7.2 4
W W, 3-0 7.0 4
W, 2-1 6.0 3

NATIONALS PITCHING 2016


Starters




Relievers




Team Totals


Durable, veteran righty joined Washington after spending the last four
seasons (2012-15) with the San Francisco Giants.
Earned his first W of the season 4/20 at MIA with 4.0 IP in relief.
Since 2014, he has held right-handed batters to a .213 average.
1-0, 0 Holds, 0 Saves, 3.24 ERA, 4/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 1 / 0

LAST: 4/21 at MIA

R ER BB SO HR RS PIT
5 5 2 3 1 1 99
0 0 1 0 0 2 33
0 0 2 10 0 7 105
5 4 2 2 1 1 88
1 1 2 8 1 1 100
1 1 1 7 1 7 108
0 0 2 5 0 9 107
2 2 2 7 0 6 100
0 0 3 4 0 3 100
0 0 1 4 0 0 95

#73

#45

1.0 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Possessing a hard sinker thats been clocked at 100 mph earned


Treinen the honor of being featured in a Jeopardy! question in Feb.
Has a career 62.6 percent ground-ball percentage.
In 2015, held right-handed batters to a .187/.276/.216 line.
2-0, 3 Holds, 0 Saves, 1.59 ERA, 6/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 2 / 0

CATCHERS DEFENSE
CATCHER GS
Jose Lobaton
2016
2

W-L CCS SBA CS% PB

Career

0
201

0%
17%

Career

11-2
4
451 251-200 71

8
246

50% 0
2.33 (30 ER/116.0 IP)
29% 18 3.37 (1496 ER/3997.2 IP)

BULLPEN LAST 10 GAMES


DATE/OPP
4/21atMIA
4/20atMIA
419atMIA
4/18atMIA
4/17atPHI
4/16atPHI
4/15atPHI
4/14vs. ATL
4/13vs.ATL
4/12vs.ATL

RES DECISIONS #REL


L, 1-5

2
W, 3-1
W, S
2
W, 7-0

1
L, 1-6

3
L, 2-3
BS, L
3
W, 8-1

2
W, 9-1

1
W, 6-4

1
W, 3-0
H, S
2
W, 2-1
W, S
4

0
7

CATCHER ERA

1-1
0
238 134-103 37

Wilson Ramos
2016
13

LEFT RIGHT
#46 O. Perez #18 M. Belisle
#73 F. Rivero #27 S. Kelley

#58 J. Papelbon

#52 Y. Petit

#45 B.Treinen

1.0 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 2 SO 0 HR

After making his MLB debut in 2015, ranked third among MLB LH
relievers in average fastball velocity (95.5 mph) (Chapman, Britton).
Has 8 strikeouts against just one walk in 7.1 IP in 2016.
Surrendered just four extra-base hits to LH batters in 2015.
0-0, 2 Holds, 1 Save, 1.23 ERA, 7/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 3 / 2

LAST: 4/20 at MIA (H,3)

CAREER BESTS
Innings.............................. 9.0, 3x (Last: 9/9/13 at NYM)
Strikeouts........................... 12, 2x (Last: 9/16/15 at PHI)
Shutouts.................................... 2 (Last: 9/9/13 at NYM)
Complete Games....................... 4 (Last: 9/9/13 at NYM)

#52 NATIONALS BULLPEN MAP

4.0 IP 2 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 3 SO 1 HR

#58 TREINEN, Blake (RHP)

1.0 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Six-time All-Star and one of the most prolific closers in MLB history...355 saves rank 11th all-time (2nd active).
Is tied for second in the Major Leagues with 6 saves.
Posted a 1.80 ERA & 6-for-6 in SVO in first 14 G (of 22) with WSH.
0-1, 0 Holds, 6 Saves, 4.05 ERA, 7/0 G/GS
IR / IS:
-/-

PEREZ, Oliver (LHP)

#27 RIVERO, Felipe (LHP)

1.0 IP 2 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 1 SO 0 HR

Enters 2016 having struck out 10.2 batters per nine innings and posting a 3.33 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 289 career games.
Has 7 Ks against just one walk in 4.2 IP this season.
Went 2-2 with a 2.45 ERA, 63 SO and 15 BB in 53 G last season.
0-0, 1 Holds, 0 Saves, 0.00 ERA, 6/0 G/GS
IR / IS: 4 / 1

LAST: 4/20 at MIA (S, 6)

LAST: 4/20 at MIA (W, 1)

vs. MINNESOTA TWINS


Career.......... 2-3, 7.00 ERA (28 ER/36.0 IP), 7 G / 7 GS
2016...................0-0, -.-- ERA (0 ER/0.0 IP), 0 G / 0 GS
Career Home... 1-1, 8.14 ERA (19 ER/21.0 IP), 4 G / 4 GS
Career Road... 1-2, 5.40 ERA (9 ER/15.0 IP), 3 G / 3 GS

INN
3.0
7.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
2.0
1.1
1.1
2.0
3.0

1.93 (4 ER/19.0 IP)


3.47 (855 ER/2217.2 IP)

H
1
4
2
3
3
2
1
1
1
3

R
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
1

ER BB SO HR
0 1 2 0
1 0 6 1
0 0 1 0
1 1 2 0
2 0 1 0
0 0 3 0
1 1 1 1
0 0 1 0
0 0 2 0
1 3 6 0

Team Rec G SV
SVO
Hld
ERA
CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO
SO/9
AVG
11-4
15
0
0
0
2.31
0
93.1 71
26
24
6
31
1
3
75 7.2 .214
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS
GIDP
SO/BB
8-3
1423
15.2
5.21 54
0
3
1
5
0
8
3
3
4
10 2.42

Team Rec G SV
SVO
Hld
ERA
CG INN H R ER HR BB IBB HB SO
SO/9
AVG
11-4
15
7
8
9
2.18
0
41.1 32
10
10
3
10
0
1
39 8.5 .215
Ind Rec #PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS
GIDP
SO/BB
3-1
577
14.0
1.96
9
-
3
0
0
0
9
0
1
0
7 3.90

Team Rec
G
SV SVO Hld ERA CG INN
H
R
ER HR BB
IBB HB SO SO/9 AVG
11-4
15
7
8
9
2.27
0 134.2 103 36
34
9
41
1
4
114 7.6 .214
#PIT #P/IP RSA RS SHO WP BK SH SF 2B 3B SB CS
GIDP
SO/BB

2000
14.9
4.21 63
2
6
1
5
0
17
3
4
4
17 2.78

BULLPEN BY THE NUMBERS

Total Appearances ............................. 41


Holds ................................................... 9
Saves / Save Opp. ......................... 7 / 8
Inh. Runners / Inh. Scored ........... 15 / 4
Batting Average Against ................ .221
1st Batters Retired / Faced ............ 31 / 41
SO/BB Ratio ...........3.5 (42 SO / 12 BB)

2016 & CAREER / Twins


PLAYER
Belisle
2016
Career
Gonzalez
2016
Career
Kelley
2016
Career
Papelbon
2016
Career
Perez
2016
Career
Petit
2016
Career
Rivero
2016
Career
Roark
2016
Career
Ross
2016
Career
Scherzer
2016
Career
Strasburg
2016
Career
Treinen
2016
Career

W L S G IP ER ERA
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 5 4.2 3 5.79
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
2 3 0 7 36.0 28 7.00
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 6 6.2 0 0.00
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 1 13 20 25.2 6 2.10
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 2 0 9 17.2 9 4.58
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0.0 0
9 2 0 16 99.1 49 4.44
0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 0 0.0 0

0 0 0 0 0.0 0
0 0 0 0 0.0 0

NATIONALS WHEN... DEN DEKKER, Matt (OF), #21

BATTING NOTES

.071
0 HR 2 RBI 0 SB
KNOW THE OPPONENT
LAST GAME / 0-4 HOMESTAND:
Leading after 6........................ 6-0
Versatile outfielder brings speed and defensive prowess, while adding significant LHH depth, to Washingtons bench. 2016 & CAREER / Twins
Tied after 6............................. 4-1
PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
Stepped
off the plane to lace a go-ahead, pinch-hit double in the seventh inning April 6. in WSHs 3-1 win over ATL.
Trailing after 6......................... 1-3
den Dekker
Set career marks in HR (5), RBI (12), average (.253), SLG % (.485), OPS (.800) and games played (55) in 2015.
2016 0 0 0 0
Leading after 7........................ 9-0 Posted a .512 SLG % against RHP (4 2B, 3B, 5 HR) in 2015...Hit .222 with a 2B, HR, two RBI and two BB as a PH in 2015.
Tied after 7............................. 2-1 RISP: .333 (1-3), 0 HR, 2 RBI
LAST HOMER: 9/28/15 vs. CIN (Diaz)
CAREER HOMERS: 6 Career
0
0 0
0
Trailing after 7......................... 0-3

DREW, Stephen (INF), #10


.250
1 HR 1 RBI 0 SB
Leading after 8........................ 9-0 LAST GAME / 0-1 (PH) HOMESTAND:
Tied after 8............................. 0-1 Veteran left-handed bat and versatile infielder with the ability to play shortstop, second base and third base.
Trailing after 8......................... 2-3 Clubbed his first home run as a National, April 13 vs. ATL...Solo shot in the 4th inning gave Washington the 1-0 lead.
Hit 17 home runs for NYY in 2015, 3rd-most among MLB second basemen (MINs Dozier-28, SEAs Cano-21).
Extra innings: ..........................1-1
Started at shortstop in each of Bostons 16 Postseason games, helping the Red Sox secure the 2013 World Series title.
LAST HOMER: 4/13/16 vs. ATL (Wisler)
CAREER HOMERS: 115
Scoring first............................. 7-1 RISP: .000 (0-3), 0 HR, 0 RBI
Opponent scores first............. 4-3 ESPINOSA, Danny (INF), #8
Shutouts ................................ 2-0

.163
0 HR 3 RBI 0 SB
LAST GAME / 0-2, HBP HOMESTAND:
Scoring fewer than 3............... 1-4 One of Major League Baseballs best and most versatile infielders...Boasts elite ability at both shortstop and second base.
Scoring 3 or more................... 7-1 Is tied for second on the club with 7 walks...Is 3-for-9 (.333) with three RBI and four walks w/RISP.
Scoring 5 or more................... 4-0 In 15, ranked 4th among NL 2B in HR (13) and SLG% (.409)...Posted a career-best .709 OPS as a left-handed batter.
If qualified, wouldve ranked first in UZR/150 (18.4) and 3rd in def. runs saved among MLB second basemen (10).
Series opener......................... 3-3 RISP: .333 (3-9), 0 HR, 3 RBI
LAST HOMER: 9/3/15 vs. ATL (Marksberry)
CAREER HOMERS: 68
Series finale............................ 3-2

HARPER, Bryce (OF), #34

.321

8 HR

22 RBI

3 SB

Home series W-L-T............ 1-0-1 LAST GAME / 1-4, HR, RBI, R HOMESTAND:
Road series W-L-T............. 2-0-1 The National Leagues unanimous 2015 MVP...In elite company after one of the most remarkable seasons in MLB history.
Total series W-L-T.............. 3-0-2 Has reached base safely in 14 of 15 games (.406 OBP) ...Hit 100th career double 4/10 vs. MIA & 100th HR 4/14 vs. ATL.

Leads WSH and ranks among NL hitters in OPS (1st, 1.255), RBI (1st, 22), SLG (1st, .849) and HR (T1st, 8).

Home series sweeps.............. 1-0


Road series sweeps................1-0 Matched WSH record with HR in 4 straight games, 4/14-17...Hit 1st GS, 4/14 vs. ATL (Teheran), 2nd 4/19 at MIA (Conley).
LAST HOMER: 4/21/16 at MIA (Koehler)
CAREER HOMERS: 105
Total series sweeps................ 2-0 RISP: .600 (3-5), 2 HR, 12 RBI

HEISEY, Chris (OF), #14

.231

1 HR

1 RBI

0 SB

At home.................................. 5-1
On the road............................. 6-3 LAST GAME / DNP HOMESTAND:

Veteran outfielder leads active MLB pinch hitters (min. 100 PA) with a .618 slugging and 12 HR as a PH since 2010.

After day off............................ 1-0 Clubbed his 12th career pinch-hit home run, 4/16 at PHI (Russell)...Is 2-for-7 (.286) with one BB and one R in 2 starts.

Clubbed 17 home runs in 83 Minor League games in 2015, including 15 in 66 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City.
One-run games....................... 2-1 Has not committed an error since 5/15/12 (266 G) & has a career .989 fld % in 468 G (326 in LF, 104 in CF, 82 in RF).
Two-run games....................... 3-1 RISP: .000 (0-0), 0 HR, 0 RBI
LAST HOMER: 4/16/16 at PHI (Russell)
CAREER HOMERS: 53
Come-from-behind wins.............5 LOBATON, Jose (C), #59
.167
0 HR 0 RBI 0 SB
Last at-bat W-L....................... 1-1 LAST GAME / DNP HOMESTAND:
Sudden death W-L.................. 0-1 Switch-hitting catcher who has helped guide Washingtons pitching staff since his arrival before the 2014 season.

Posted 6.80 AB/RBI in 2015, the best mark of his career...Washington is 57-41 since 2014 when he starts at catcher.
Facing left-handed SP............ 2-1
Facring right-handed SP ........ 9-3 Made his first start of the season, April 13 vs. ATL...Went 1-for-3 and nearly led the staff to a shutout in the 2-1 win.
Was acquired from Tampa Bay with LHP Felipe Rivero and OF Drew Vettleson for RHP Nathan Karns, Feb. 13, 2014.
LAST HOMER: 6/28/15 at PHI (Gonzalez)
CAREER HOMERS: 14
Day games............................. 3-3 RISP: .000 (0-1), 0 HR, 0 RBI
Night games........................... 8-1
April...................................... 11-4
May......................................... 0-0
June........................................ 0-0
July......................................... 0-0
August.................................... 0-0
September/October................ 0-0

0 0 0 0
75 23 3
8 .307
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
14
3 1
2 .214
0 0 0 0
16
3 0
1 .188
0 0 0 0
14
8 0
6 .571
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
12
5 0
3 .417
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
32
8 2
7 .250
0 0 0 0
27
5 1
5 .185

MURPHY, Daniel (INF), #20


.404
2 HR 8 RBI 1 SB
LAST GAME / 0-3, HBP HOMESTAND: 2016 & CAREER / Gibson
2015 NLCS MVP signed a three-year deal Jan. 6...Brings a LH presence and strong contact-hitting skills to the lineup. PLAYER AB H HR RBI AVG
den Dekker
Posted a 12-game hitting streak, 4/7-20...Has reached base safely in 14 of 15 games.
2016 0 0 0 0
Ranks among NL hitters in batting average (1st .404), multi-hit games (T1st, 8), OPS (3rd, 1.156) and OBP (3rd, .483).
0
0 0
0
Kd once every 14.2 PA in 2015 (best in MLB)...Hit 7 HR (including one in six straight games) during 2015 NLDS & NLCS. Career
RISP: .444 (4-9), 1 HR, 6 RBI
LAST HOMER: 4/11/16 vs. ATL (Norris)
CAREER HOMERS: 64 Drew

Pre All-Star break................. 11-4 RAMOS, Wilson (C), #40


.314
2 HR 6 RBI 0 SB
Post All-Star break.................. 0-0 LAST GAME / 1-3 HOMESTAND:

One of the games top offensive catchers...Has posted a 28.8 caught stealing % since 2010, 7th in MLB over that span.

Wearing home whites............. 5-1


Wearing road greys................ 5-2 Matched a career-high with four hits April 11 vs. ATL...Has hit safely in nine of 13 games this season.
Wearing red alternates........... 1-1 Set career-highs in games (128), H (109) & RBI (68) in 15...Fell just short of matching a career high in HR w/15 (16 in 13).
Wearing blue stars & stripes... 0-0 Ranked second among NL catchers with 68 RBI in 2015...Posted a career-best 19-game hit streak from 4/24 to 5/19/15

RISP: .278 (5-18), 0 HR, 4 RBI

LAST HOMER: 4/19/16 at MIA (Conley)

CAREER HOMERS: 63

When homering...................... 8-3


.241
0 HR 1 RBI 0 SB
When playing error free...........9-2 RENDON, Anthony (INF), #6
When SP goes 6.0+ IP........... 6-1 LAST GAME / 0-3, BB HOMESTAND:
When SP goes 7.0+ IP........... 7-1 Versatile infielder and one of the top young hitters in Major League Baseball...2014 Silver Slugger (3B) Award winner.
When SP goes 8.0+ IP........... 1-0 Is tied for second on the club with seven walks and his 10 runs scored are 2nd behind only Bryce Harper (12).

Has reached base safely in eight straight (.333 OBP, 2 2B, RBI, 5 BB, 6 R) and 14 of 15 games this season

vs. NL East........................... 11-4


Hit .356 (37-for-104) with four doubles, four homers, 16 RBI, 12 walks and 25 runs scored from Aug. 22-Sept. 17, 2015.
vs. NL Central......................... 0-0
LAST HOMER: 9/4/15 at PHI (Nola)
CAREER HOMERS: 33
vs. NL West............................ 0-0 RISP: .250 (3-12), 0 HR, 1 RBI
vs. AL East.............................. 0-0 ROBINSON, Clint (1B/OF), #25
.063
0 HR 2 RBI 0 SB
vs. AL Central......................... 0-0
LAST GAME / 0-3 HOMESTAND:
vs. AL West............................. 0-0

A left-handed, power-hitting first baseman & outfielder who did well off the bench in 2015 and excels at hitting for average.
Came to Washington as a non-roster invitee to 2015 Spring Training, made the club and played in 126 games last season.
UPCOMING
In his first full MLB season, ranked among NL rookies in OBP (3rd, .358), walks (3rd, 37) and SLG % (10th, .424)
MILESTONES
Paced the Nationals with six pinch hits...Clubbed first career Major League home run June 11, 2015 at MIL (Garza).
Player Category Milestone RISP: .333 (1-3), 0 HR, 2 RBI
LAST HOMER: 10/3/15 at NYM (Syndergaard)
CAREER HOMERS: 10

Stephen Drew RBI


Stephen Drew G
Danny Espinosa H
Daniel Murphy H
Daniel Murphy G
Wilson Ramos G
Wilson Ramos H
Ben Revere
SB
Jayson Werth
G
Ryan Zimmerman H
Ryan Zimmerman G

Drew

2016
Career
Espinosa

2016
Career
Harper

2016
Career
Heisey

2016
Career
Lobaton

2016
Career
Murphy

2016
Career
Ramos

2016
Career
Rendon

2016
Career
Robinson

2016
Career
Taylor

2016
Career
Werth

2016
Career
Zimmerman

2016
Career

487 (500)
1160 (1200)TAYLOR, Michael A. (OF), #3
.175
2 HR 3 RBI 2 SB
497 (500)
LAST
GAME
/
0-3 HOMESTAND:
988 (1000)
918 (1000) Dynamic, exciting young talent...Entered 2015 as one of WSHs top prospects & turned in a very strong rookie MLB season.
467 (500) Has reached base safely in 8 of his last 11 games...Clubbed his 3rd career leadoff home run 4/15 at PHI (Hellickson).
442 (500)
Ranked among NL rookies in SB (T1st, 16), asst. (T1st, 6), RBI (4th, 63), HR (T7th, 14), BB (7th, 35) & H (8th, 108) in 15.
176 (200)
1383 (1400) Ten of his 14 HR came against right-handed pitching and either tied the game or gave the Nationals the lead.
1423 (1500) RISP: .091 (1-11), 0 HR, 1 RBI
LAST HOMER: 4/20/16 at MIA (Chen)
CAREER HOMERS: 17
1304 (1400)

WERTH, Jayson (OF), #28

.186

2 HR

7 RBI

0 SB

Player
Category Milestone
LAST GAME / DNP HOMESTAND:
Gio Gonzalez
W
91 (100)
Jonathan Papelbon SV
355 (367) Since 2012, ranks eighth in MLB in pitches-per-plate appearance (4.25) and 16th in on-base percentage (.374).
*9th all-time, tying Jeff Reardon
Has reached base safely in seven of his last eight games...Is 7-for-27 (.259) with 3 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI over that stretch
Jonathan Papelbon G
658 (700)
Clubbed the 200th home run of his career April 19 at MIA off LHP Adam Conley...Solo shot was first of 4 WSH HR in inn.
Jonathan Papelbon SV
355 (377)
12 of his 17 hits vs. LHP went for extra bases in 15 (7 2B, 5 HR)...Ranks 2nd all-time in MLB in stolen base % (86.6%).
*8th all-time, tying Joe Nathan
Max Scherzer
IP 1493 (1500) RISP: .154 (2-13), 0 HR, 4 RBI
LAST HOMER: 4/19/16 at MIA (Conley)
CAREER HOMERS: 200
Shawn Kelley
G
294 (300)
Stephen Strasburg SO 922 (1000) ZIMMERMAN, Ryan (1B), #11
.256
1 HR 4 RBI 0 SB
Tanner Roark
G
88 (100)
LAST GAME / DNP HOMESTAND:
Yusmeiro Petit
IP 483.1 (500)

Washingtons first-ever draft pick (2005)...Is the Nationals all-time leader in virtually every offensive category.
Has hit safely in nine of 11 games played this season...Is 11-for-43 with 1 HR, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 4 walks and 9 runs scored.
From 7/30-end of 2015 season, hit .313/.373/.664 with 12 2B, 11 HR, 39 RBI, 15 walks and 21 runs in 37 games
10 walk-off HR rank 3rd in NL history (Stan Musial-12; Tony Perez-11) & 3rd among active players (Ortiz-11; Pujols-11).
RISP: .167 (1-6), 0 HR, 2 RBI
LAST HOMER: 4/19/16 at MIA (Narveson)
CAREER HOMERS: 201


2016
Career
Espinosa

2016
Career
Harper

2016
Career
Heisey

2016
Career
Lobaton

2016
Career
Murphy

2016
Career
Ramos

2016
Career
Rendon

2016
Career
Robinson

2016
Career
Taylor

2016
Career
Werth

2016
Career
Zimmerman

2016
Career

0 0 0 0
5
0 0
0 .000
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0

0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
2
2 0
0 1.000
0 0 0 0
3
2 0
1 .667
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0 0 0
0
0 0
0

NATIONALS TEAM STATISTICS

2016 STATISTICS
PLAYER
Den Dekker,M
Drew,S
Espinosa,D
RIGHT
LEFT
Harper,B
Heisey,C
Lobaton,J
RIGHT
LEFT
Murphy,D
Ramos,W
Rendon,A
* Revere,B
Robinson,C
Taylor,M
Werth,J
Zimmerman,R
Gonzalez,G
Petit,Y
Roark,T
Ross,J
Scherzer,M
Strasburg,S

2016 SCHEDULE & RESULTS

AVG
G
.071 10
.250
9
.163 15
.167
.161
.321 15
.231
8
.143
3
.000
.143
.404 15
.314 13
.241 15
.000
1
.063
9
.175 14
.186 13
.256 11
.333
2
.000
4
.000
3
.333
3
.111
4
.250
3

AB
14
12
43
12
31
53
13
7
0
7
52
51
58
2
16
57
43
43
3
1
3
6
9
8

R
0
3
2

7
4
10
0
0
6
5
9
0
0
0
1
0
2

H
1
3
7
2
5
17
3
1
0
1
21
16
14
0
1
10
8
11
1
0
0
2
1
2
119
103

12
2
0

TB 2B
2
1
6
0
8
1
2
0
6
1
45
4
6
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
35
4
25
3
18
4
0
0
1
0
18
2
17
3
17
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
2
1
2
0

WASHINGTON
OPPONENTS

.241
.214

15
15

494
481

63
36

PITCHER
Barrett,A
Belisle,M
Gonzalez,G
Kelley,S
Papelbon,J
Perez,O
Petit,Y
Rivero,F
Roark,T
Ross,J
Scherzer,M
Strasburg,S
Treinen,B

R/L
R
R
L
R
R
L
R
L
R
R
R
R
R

W
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
2
3
2

L
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0

ERA
--1.80
0.69
0.00
4.05
2.45
3.24
1.23
3.71
0.54
4.32
1.25
1.59

G
0
5
2
6
7
6
4
7
3
3
4
3
6

GS
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
4
3
0

CG
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

11
4

4
11

2.27
4.16

15
15

15
15

0
0

WASHINGTON
OPPONENTS

207
153

27
17

3B HR RBI SH
0
0
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
8 22
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
8
0
0
2
6
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
3
0
0
2
7
0
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
2
3

19
9

62
36

3
5

5
0

GF SHO SV
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
7
0
6
0
0
0
2
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
15

RECORD BY BATTING ORDER


PLAYER

SF
0
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
0

Bat1 Bat2 Bat3 Bat4 Bat5 Bat6 Bat7 Bat8 Bat9

den Dekker, Matt 0~1 1~0


Drew, Stephen 1~0 0~1
Espinosa, Danny 1~0 10~3
Harper, Bryce 11~4
Heisey, Chris 1~1
Lobaton, Jose 1~1
Murphy, Daniel 2~2 9~1 0~1
Ramos, Wilson 0~1 3~0 7~2
Rendon, Anthony 10~4
Revere, Ben 1~0
Robinson, Clint 0~2 2~0
Taylor, Michael 9~2 0~1
Werth, Jayson 2~2 8~1
Zimmerman, Ryan 9~2

7
1

HP BB IBB SO SB
0
1
0
6
0
0
1
0
4
0
1
7
3 11
0
0
0
0
2
1
7
3
9
0
9
2
7
3
0
2
0
7
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
7
1
8
1
0
0
0
6
0
0
7
0 10
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
5
0
0
2
0 21
2
1
6
0 14
0
0
4
0 11
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
3
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
4
0
3
4

52
41

6
1

IP
0.0
5.0
13.0
4.2
6.2
3.2
8.1
7.1
17.0
16.2
25.0
21.2
5.2

H
0
5
7
4
9
1
6
4
20
9
22
13
3

134.2
132.0

103
119

128
114
R
0
1
1
0
3
1
3
1
9
1
12
3
1
36
63

CS GIDP E SLG
OBP
0
0
0 .143 .133
0
0
0 .500 .308
0
1
2 .186 .288
0
.167 .167
1
.194 .325
0
0
0 .849 .406
0
0
0 .462 .333
0
0
0 .143 .250
0
.000 .000
0
.143 .250
1
0
0 .673 .483
0
2
2 .490 .314
1
1
0 .310 .323
0
0
0 .000 .000
0
1
0 .063 .167
1
0
0 .316 .200
0
0
0 .395 .300
0
0
0 .395 .313
0
0
0 .333 .333
0
0
0 .000 .000
0
0
0 .000 .250
0
0
0 .500 .500
0
0
0 .222 .111
0
0
0 .250 .250

6
4

3
4

ER
0
1
1
0
3
1
3
1
7
1
12
3
1

5
17

4 .419
7 .318

HR HB
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
4
1
0
0
0
0

34
9
61 19

4
3

.314
.281

BB IBB
0
0
1
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
1
0
1
0
8
0
5
0
8
1
7
0
2
0
41
52

1
6

AB
6
4
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

PINCH HIT
H HR RBI
1 0
2
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
1 1
1
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0
0 0
0

18
22

2
4

1
0

3
1

SO
0
2
12
7
5
7
5
8
9
10
23
21
5

WP
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0

BK
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

BAA
.000
.263
.156
.222
.321
.083
.200
.160
.294
.161
.239
.183
.176

114
128

6
9

1
1

.214
.241

RECORD BY STARTING POSITION

PLAYER C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH
den Dekker, Matt 0~1 1~0
Drew, Stephen 1~0 0~1
Espinosa, Danny 11~3
Harper, Bryce 11~4
Heisey, Chris 1~0 0~1
Lobaton, Jose 1~1
Murphy, Daniel 11~4
Ramos, Wilson 10~3
Rendon, Anthony 10~4
Revere, Ben 1~0
Robinson, Clint 2~2
Taylor, Michael 9~3
Werth, Jayson 10~3
Zimmerman, Ryan 9~2

2016 HIGHS AND LOWS

TEAM BATTING
Most runs, game...................................................................................9,
Most runs, inning..................................................................................7,
Most hits (9-inning game)...................................................................16,
Most hits (extra-inning game)...............................................................8,
Most doubles, game.............................................................................5,
Most home runs, game.........................................................................4,
Most extra-base hits, game..................................................................7,
Most total bases, game......................................................................27,
Most walks (9-inning game).................................................................9,
Most walks (extra-inning game)...........................................................5,
Most strikeouts (9-inning game).........................................................10,
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game)...................................................11,
Most runners left on base (9-inning game).........................................11,
Most runners left on base (extra-inning game).....................................9,
Fewest hits, game................................................................................2,

April 15 at PHI
April 19 a MIA, 7th inn.
April 15 at PHI
2x: April 17 at PHI (10 inn.) and April 4 at ATL (10 inn.)
April 15 at PHI
April 19 at MIA
2x: April 15 at PHI & April 19 at MIA
April 15 at PHI
April 7 vs. MIA
2x: April 17 at PHI (10 inn.) and April 4 at ATL (10 inn.)
4x; Last: April 16 at PHI
April 4 at ATL (10 inn.)
April 7 vs. MIA
April 4 at ATL (10 inn.)
April 21 at MIA

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most hits, game.....................................................................................4,
Most runs, game....................................................................................3,
Most doubles, game..............................................................................2,
Most home runs, game..........................................................................1,
Most extra-base hits, game...................................................................2,
Most RBI, game.....................................................................................4,
Most stolen bases, game......................................................................2,
Most strikeouts, game...........................................................................3,
Most walks, game..................................................................................2,
Most total bases, game.........................................................................6,
Longest hitting streak..............................................................12 games,

Wilson Ramos (4/11 vs. ATL)


Ryan Zimmerman (4/11 vs. ATL)
Jayson Werth (4/15 at PHI) & Bryce Harper (4/10 vs. MIA)
Many players
Jayson Werth (4/15 at PHI), Wilson Ramos (4/14 vs. ATL), Bryce Harper (4/10 vs. MIA)
2x: Bryce Harper (4/14 vs. ATL & 4/19 at MIA)
Michael A. Taylor (4/11 vs. ATL), Bryce Harper (4/11 vs. ATL)
Max Scherzer (April 4 at ATL)
Many players (Last: Anthony Rendon 4/19 at MIA)
Bryce Harper (4/15 at PHI) & Wilson Ramos (4/14 vs. ATL)
Daniel Murphy (4/7-4/20)

TEAM PITCHING
Most strikeouts (9-inning game)..........................................................11,
Most strikeouts (extra-inning game)....................................................11,
Most walks (9-inning game)..................................................................4,
Most walks (extra-inning game) ...........................................................5,
Most runs allowed, game......................................................................6,
Most runs allowed, inning......................................................................3,
Most hits allowed, game......................................................................13,
Fewest hits allowed, game....................................................................4,
Most home runs allowed, game............................................................2,

April 19 at MIA
April 4 at ATL (10 inn.)
2x: April 7 vs. MIA and April 12 vs. ATL
April 4 at ATL (10 inn.)
2x: April 18 at MIA and April 7 vs. MIA
2x: April 18 at MIA (1st inn.) and April 7 vs. MIA (1st inn.)
April 7 vs. MIA
2x: April 4 at ATL and April 15 at PHI
April 4 at ATL

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most innings pitched, starter..............................................................8.0,
Most innings pitched, reliever.............................................................4.0,
Most strikeouts, starter........................................................................10,
Most strikeouts, reliever........................................................................3,
Longest winning streak..........................................................................3,
Longest losing streak........................................................................N/A,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, starter.....................................13.2,
Most consecutive scoreless innings, reliever.....................................6.2,
Most runs allowed.................................................................................5,
Most hits allowed...................................................................................9,
Most walks allowed...............................................................................3,
Most home runs allowed.......................................................................2,

Stephen Strasburg (4/19 at MIA)


Yusmeiro Petit (4/20 at MIA)
Stephen Strasburg (4/19 at MIA)
Shawn Kelley (4/16 at PHI) & Yusmeiro Petit (4/20 at MIA)
Stephen Strasburg (4/6-pres.)
Joe Ross (4/10-pres.)
Felipe Rivero (4/6-pres.)
Max Scherzer (4/21 at MIA)
Tanner Roark (4/7 vs. MIA)
Many players
Max Scherzer (4/4 at ATL)

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM
Longest winning streak..............................................................7 games, April 10-April 16
Longest losing streak........................................................................N/A,
Longest game, innings.................................................................10 inn., 2x: April 17 at PHI and April 4 at ATL
Longest game, time (9-inning game)................................................3:32, April 7 vs. MIA
Longest game, time (extra-inning game)..........................................3:24, April 17 at PHI (10 inn.)
Shortest game, time.........................................................................2:12, April 13 vs. ATL
Largest crowd, Nationals Park.....................................................41,650, April 7 vs. MIA
Smallest crowd, Nationals Park....................................................18,119, April 11 vs. ATL
Largest winning margin.................................................................8 runs, April 15 at PHI
Largest losing margin....................................................................5 runs, April 18 at MIA
Largest deficit overcome to win.....................................................2 runs, April 11 vs. ATL
Largest lead relinquished to lose.......................................................N/A,
Most double plays turned......................................................................3, April 20 at MIA
Most double plays hit into......................................................................2, April 17 at PHI
Most errors............................................................................................1, 4x: April 18 at MIA, April 7 vs. MIA, April 12 vs. ATL, April 14 at PHI

DATE OPP.
RES REC POS/GA-B WIN
LOSS
SAVE
TOG / ATT.
4/4 at ATL W, 4-3 (10) 1-0 1st/0.5GA Treinen (1-0) OFlaherty (0-1)Papelbon (1) 3:23 / 48,282
OFF DAY
4/6 at ATL
W, 3-1 2-0 1st/1.0GA Strasburg (1-0) Norris (0-1)
Papelbon (2) 2:53 / 18,531
4/7 vs. MIA
L, 4-6
2-1 T1st/0.5 Phelps (1-0)
Roark (0-1)
Ramos (1) 3:32 (1:25) / 41,650
OFF DAY
4/9 vs. MIA 1st/0.5GA ***PPD, Inclement Weather...Rescheduled for 5/14 (D)***
4/10 vs. MIA
W, 4-2 3-1 1st/1.5GA Ross (1-0)
Koehler (0-1) Papelbon (3) 2:52 / 24,593
4/11 vs. ATL
W, 6-4 4-1 1st/2.0GA Scherzer (1-0) Norris (0-2)
Papelbon (4) 3:05 / 18,119
4/12 vs. ATL
W, 2-1 5-1 1st/2.0GA Treinen (2-0) Johnson (0-2) Rivero (1) 2:47 / 18,378
4/13 vs. ATL
W, 3-0 6-1 1st/3.0GA Roark (1-1)
Wisler (0-1)
Papelbon (5) 2:12 / 19,400
4/14 vs. ATL
W, 6-4 7-1 1st/3.0GA Strasburg (2-0) Teheran (0-2) None
2:29 / 21,144
4/15 at PHI
W, 9-1 8-1 1st/4.0GA Ross (2-0)
Hellickson (1-1) None
3:11 / 22,624
4/16 at PHI
W, 8-1 9-1 1st/5.0GA Scherzer (2-0) Nola (0-2)
None
2:37 / 30,320
4/17 at PHI L, 1-2 (10) 9-2 1st/4.0GA Gomes (1-0) Papelbon (0-1) None
3:24 / 37,378
4/18 at MIA
L, 1-6
9-3 1st/3.0GA Fernandez (1-1) Roark (1-2)
None
2:43 / 16,112
4/19 at MIA
W, 7-0 10-3 1st/3.0GA Strasburg (3-0) Conley (0-1) None
2:38 / 16,529
4/20 at MIA
W, 3-1 11-3 1st/4.0GA Petit (1-0)
Chen (0-1)
Papelbon (6) 2:33 / 16,961
4/21 at MIA
L, 1-5 11-4 1st/3.5GA Koehler (1-2) Scherzer (2-1) None
2:38 / 17,395
4/22 vs. MIN
4/23 vs. MIN
4/24 vs. MIN
OFF DAY
4/26 vs. PHI
4/27 vs. PHI
4/28 vs. PHI
4/29 at STL
4/30 at STL
5/1 at STL
5/2 at KCR
5/3 at KCR
5/4 at KCR
5/5 at CHI
5/6 at CHI
5/7 at CHI
5/8 at CHI
5/9 vs. DET
5/10 vs. DET
5/11 vs. DET
OFF DAY
5/13 vs. MIA
5/14 (D)vs. MIA
5/14 (N)vs. MIA
5/15 vs. MIA
OFF DAY
5/17 at NYM
5/18 at NYM
5/19 at NYM
5/20 at MIA
5/21 at MIA
5/22 at MIA
5/23 vs. NYM
5/24 vs. NYM
5/25 vs. NYM
5/26 vs. STL
5/27 vs. STL
5/28 vs. STL
5/29 vs. STL
5/30 at PHI
5/31 at PHI
6/1 at PHI
OFF DAY
6/3 at CIN
6/4 at CIN
6/5 at CIN
OFF DAY
6/7 at CWS
6/8 at CWS
6/9 at CWS
6/10 vs. PHI
6/11 vs. PHI
6/12 vs. PHI
6/13 vs. CHI
6/14 vs. CHI
6/15 vs. CHI
6/16 at SDP
6/17 at SDP
6/18 at SDP
6/19 at SDP
6/20 at LAD
6/21 at LAD
6/22 at LAD
OFF DAY
6/24 at MIL
6/25 at MIL
6/26 at MIL
6/27 vs. NYM
6/28 vs. NYM
6/29 vs. NYM
6/30 vs. CIN
7/1 vs. CIN
7/2 vs. CIN
7/3 vs. CIN
7/4 vs. MIL
7/5 vs. MIL
7/6 vs. MIL
7/7 at NYM
7/8 at NYM
7/9 at NYM
7/10 at NYM
7/11-14
ALL-STAR BREAK (ASG to be played on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego, Calif.)
7/15 vs. PIT
7/16 vs. PIT
7/17 vs. PIT
7/19 vs. LAD
7/20 vs. LAD
7/21 vs. LAD
7/22 vs. SDP
7/23 vs. SDP
7/24 vs. SDP
OFF DAY
7/26 at CLE
7/27 at CLE
7/28 at SFG
7/29 at SFG
7/30 at SFG
7/31 at SFG
8/1 at ARI
8/2 at ARI
8/3 at ARI
OFF DAY
8/5 vs.SFG
8/6 vs.SFG
8/7 vs.SFG
OFF DAY
8/9 vs. CLE
8/10 vs. CLE
OFF DAY
8/12 vs. ATL
8/13 vs. ATL
8/14 vs. ATL
8/15 at COL
8/16 at COL
8/17 at COL
8/18 at ATL
8/19 at ATL
8/20 at ATL
8/21 at ATL
8/22 at BAL
8/23 at BAL
8/24 vs. BAL
8/25 vs. BAL
8/26 vs. COL
8/27 vs. COL
8/28 vs. COL
8/29 at PHI
8/30 at PHI
8/31 at PHI
OFF DAY
9/2 at NYM
9/3 at NYM
9/4 at NYM
9/5 vs. ATL
9/6 vs. ATL
9/7 vs. ATL
9/8 vs. PHI
9/9 vs. PHI
9/10 vs. PHI
9/11 vs. PHI
9/12 vs. NYM
9/13 vs. NYM
9/14 vs. NYM
OFF DAY
9/16 at ATL
9/17 at ATL
9/18 at ATL
9/19 at MIA
9/20 at MIA
9/21 at MIA
OFF DAY
9/23 at PIT
9/24 at PIT
9/25 at PIT
9/26 vs. ARI
9/27 vs. ARI
9/28 vs. ARI
9/29 vs. ARI
9/30 vs. MIA
10/1 vs. MIA
10/2 vs. MIA