Jordan Zimmermann

#27 SP / Washington Nationals / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 223 lb Age: 29 College: Wis.-Stevens Point Bats/Throws R/R

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      Jordan Zimmermann: Declines qualifying offer

      Zimmermann has declined the qualifying offer extended to him by the Nationals, Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington reports. Zimmermann had a bit of a down season in 2015, with his ERA rising a full run to 3.66 from his 2014 campaign of 2.66. His strikeout rate also saw a dip, which could be a result of his average fastball velocity dropping over half a mile per hour. The 29-year-old will still likely have plenty of interested parties on the open market, but probably won't command as much as if he hit free agency a year earlier.

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      Jordan Zimmermann: Extended qualifying offer

      Zimmermann was given a qualifying offer by the Nationals on Friday, James Wagner of the Washington Post reports. Zimmermann took a bit of a step back in 2015 after four consecutive seasons of a 3.25 ERA or lower, but he still had a strong campaign en route to a 3.66 ERA and 7.3 K/9. It comes as little surprise that the Nationals tended a qualifying offer, but Zimmermann will almost definitely decline it to test the free agent market, where he figures to be one of the more coveted pitchers.

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      Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann drops game to Braves

      Nationals starting pitcher Jordan Zimmermann went six innings in a loss to the Braves on Wednesday, allowing two runs on six hits and a walk. He struck out one batter. Wednesday's outing provided a rather forgettable end to Zimmermann's 2015 season. He pitched to contact and kept the ball on the ground, something he didn't do his last time out when he allowed three homers. The offense did him no favors, managing six hits against Williams Perez and the Braves' bullpen. While this season was a step back for Zimmermann after his brilliant 2014, he's still going to be a hot commodity on the open market this winter.

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      Nationals' Jordan Zimmermann gets roughed up in loss to Phillies

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann was battered for six runs on six hits, walking two and striking out six while lasting just five innings in an 8-2 loss to the Phillies on Friday night. For Zimmermann (13-9, 3.68 ERA) the same spectres that have haunted him much of the year were again a factor in the poor outing as he allowed three more long balls. He has now allowed 23 home runs in 195 2/3 innings (he allowed just 13 all of last year) as he struggles with his command and leaves too many pitches out over the plate. Many expected Zimmermann to take a step forward this season, and at times he has displayed excellent stuff, but he hasn't consistently performed up to expectations.

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      Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann rights the ship in win over Marlins

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann won his 13th game of the season Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits and a walk over six innings while striking out seven as the Nationals downed the Marlins 5-2. He rebounded nicely from his last start, a six-run debacle in Philadelphia. Zimmermann will next take the mound Friday, at home against those same Phillies.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann rides offense to 12th win

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann turned in a solid effort against the Braves on Thursday, and he was backed by an offensive explosion. Zimmermann limited the Braves to just one run on two hits over six innings. He struck out five and matched a season-high with four walks. He threw 53 of his 87 pitches for strikes in the 15-1 blowout. Zimmermann (12-8, 3.38 ERA) posted his second consecutive quality start, and the fourth in his last six outings.

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      Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann shines in Saturday victory

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann performed poorly in his last two efforts in earning wins. He won again Saturday night against Miami, but this time around pitched beautifully. Zimmermann surrendered just one run on seven hits in seven innings to handcuff the Marlins. He walked one and fanned four. He would have hurled shutout ball if not for a mammoth 453-foot blast by Justin Bour in the seventh inning. Zimmerman improved his record to 11-8 with the win and lowered his ERA to 3.45.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann picks up 10th win of year

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann wasn't on top of his game, but he did enough to pick up his 10th victory of the season in a win Sunday over the Brewers. Zimmermann went just 5 2/3 innings, laboring through 116 pitches. He gave up four runs on eight hits, but did strike out seven hitters. After a three-game losing streak, Zimmermann (10-8) has now won back-to-back starts.

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      Nationals' Jordan Zimmermann snaps six-start winless streak

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann earned his first win since July 11, Tuesday against Colorado. Zimmermann was 0-3 with three no-decisions in a six-start winless streak. He won, despite allowing six runs, more than in any start during the winless streak. Four of the runs were earned. He allowed nine hits, his most since June 12. Zimmermann improved to 9-8 on the year.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Jordan Zimmermann the hard-luck loser for Nationals

      Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann had arguably his best start of the season Wednesday but still wound up taking the loss as the Dodgers eked out a 3-0 victory. Zimmermann went seven impressive innings, giving up a mere two hits while striking out a season-high nine batters. But a third-inning RBI single to Carl Crawford was the lone blemish on his ledger for the night. Zimmermann (8-8) has lost three straight decisions.

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