Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 6 hours ago

Zimmerman continued his recent tear on Wednesday, as he homered twice and doubled while recording three RBI in a 4-3 win over the Cardinals on Wednesday.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 2 days ago

Zimmerman homered, his 13th, as part of a 3-for-5 game with two runs scored and four RBI in Monday's loss to St. Louis.

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Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 4 days ago

Zimmerman went 1-for-4 Saturday with a solo shot, his 12th home run of the season.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 1 week ago

Zimmerman went 1-for-5 Tuesday with a grand slam, his 10th home run of the season.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 1 month ago

Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman was activated from the disabled list after recovering from a foot injury, and he is in the lineup Tuesday against the Miami Marlins, according to the Washington Post. Zimmerman will make his first start since June 9.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 1 month ago

Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman has been running without issue while progressing through his rehab from plantar fasciitis, according to the Washington Post. Zimmerman may be activated from the disabled list within the next few days.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 1 month ago

Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman showed good mobility defensively and on the base paths during a rehab game with Double-A Harrisburg on Thursday as he continues to recover from plantar fasciitis, according to the Washington Post. Zimmerman went 0-for-2 in the contest, but said he feels he is getting to the point where he can play every day without discomfort. “First of all I have to go up there and play every day. It’s not worth it to go up there and play two days and need two days off. That kind of puts them in a bind,” Zimmerman said. “When I’m ready to go every day, that’s kind of what we’re waiting on. As far as the at bats, who knows. It could be 15-20 at bats, it could be 25. I’m obviously not gonna stay down forever. At some point, you just have to go with what you got.”

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 2 months ago

Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman said he is hopeful that he will be able to begin a rehab assignment soon after running the bases for the second time while recovering from plantar fasciitis, according to the Washington Post. Zimmerman has been on the disabled list since early June as a result of the injury, and though he acknowledged he is still feeling discomfort, he said he has been able to fully participate in baseball activities. “It feels good,” he said. “Groundballs, at the plate, everything feels good. Towards the end when I was playing through it, it sort of felt it at the plate a little bit, but that’s no excuse for how bad I was hitting. I’m not going to use it as a cop out. I’m just gonna say I needed to hit better.” Zimmerman does not have a timetable for return.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 2 months ago

Zimmerman's foot is feeling better and the team hopes he can begin a rehab assignment following the minor league All-Star break, Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington reports.

This is a positive sign for Zimmerman, whose plantar fasciitis has made for a difficult recovery process since landing on the DL. Manager Matt Williams told reporters that if things go well over the next few days, Zimmerman could begin his rehab assignment next week.

Ryan Zimmerman 1B/3B/LF WSH 2 months ago

Zimmerman (foot) has yet to resume running, although he is taking batting and fielding practice, the Washington Post reports.

He's receiving new medication to reduce the inflammation caused by his plantar fasciitis, which may help, but until Zimmerman is able to run at least somewhat effectively he won't be close to returning to action.