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Ryan Zimmerman: Big Difference Between Using Substances for Control Vs. Advantage

Zimmerman: Difference in using substances for control vs. advantage originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. No topic has been a bigger conversation over the past few weeks in Major League Baseball than pitchers' use of foreign substances on the ball to help enhance their performance. With batting average at a...
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Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman likens his current role to Howie Kendrick’s in 2019

The Washington Nationals hear the fans’ cries for Ryan Zimmerman to start more games. Pound-for-pound, Zimmerman has been the Nationals’ best hitter so far this year. The long-time Nat has slashed .295/.327/.590 with eight home runs in just 105 at-bats, giving him a 146 wRC+ that is the best on the team among those with at least 10 plate appearances.
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Ryan Zimmerman turns part-time role into a full-time advantage for Nationals

Ryan Zimmerman is 36. But because he plays baseball and because he has been hobbled by his share of injuries, he’s often talked about as if he is 76, a miracle in spikes. At this point of his 16th season, though, as a part-time player for the same team that drafted him back in 2005, Zimmerman is no longer turning the clock back with a roped hit, a diving stop or the occasional hero’s sprint down the line.
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Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman: Goes deep twice Wednesday

Zimmerman went 2-for-4 with a pair of homers, one walk and three RBI in a 9-7 win over Tampa Bay on Wednesday. Zimmerman started at first base and slotted into the cleanup spot for Washington in the contest. He belted a solo homer in the third inning and followed with a two-run shot in the fifth. It was the first two-homer game for Zimmerman this season and pushed his season long-ball total to eight. The veteran is enjoying a resurgent campaign, slashing .295/.327/.590 with 20 RBI after opting out of the 2020 season.
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Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman: Slugs sixth homer

Zimmerman went 2-for-5 with a double and a two-run home run in Tuesday's 11-6 win over Atlanta. The veteran slugger got the start at first base with southpaw Max Fried on the hill for the opposition, but Zimmerman's homer came against righty reliever Edgar Santana in the fourth inning. Zimmerman has been taking full advantage of his rare opportunities, going 9-for-18 over his last four starts dating back to May 18 with three doubles, two long balls and seven RBI, and on the season he's slashing .319/.347/.593 with six home runs and 17 RBI in only 95 plate appearances.
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Ryan Zimmerman leading the Washington Nationals’ SOBs in new role with club

Were you surprised to see Ryan Zimmerman, the Washington Nationals’ 36-year-old, 16-year veteran, collect three hits, one a three-run homer, run the bases with abandon (and smarts), and help lift the club to a come-from-behind win in Saturday’s afternoon’s matchup with the Baltimore Orioles in the nation’s capital? Why were you surprised? Seriously.
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Ryan Zimmerman explains Nationals' 'S.O.B' shirts

During warmups and batting practice in the weekend series against the Orioles, a few players on the Nationals displayed some t-shirts with the bolded letters "S.O.B" across the chest. Right below it, in a smaller font is the phrase "Studs Off The Bench," just so no one gets the wrong...
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Ryan Zimmerman Explains Nationals Bench Players' ‘S.O.B' Shirts

Ryan Zimmerman explains Nationals' 'S.O.B' shirts originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. During warmups and batting practice in the weekend series against the Orioles, a few players on the Nationals displayed some t-shirts with the bolded letters "S.O.B" across the chest. NBC Sports. Right below it, in a smaller font...
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Washington Nationals: Ryan Zimmerman keeps hitting, keeps climbing lists

We won’t go as far as to compare him to a gazelle, though did you see Ryan Zimmerman run the bases in the bottom of the sixth inning in game two of the Baltimore Orioles series? The Nationals part time first baseman had himself an inning, while having himself a game, in the midst of having himself a comeback season.
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Washington Nationals 12-9 over Baltimore Orioles: Josh Harrison slam, 3-run blast by Ryan Zimmerman power Nats...

Jon Lester gave up five runs in the first, and six earned runs overall, before he was done in an afternoon matchup with the Baltimore Orioles in Nationals Park. Washington rallied with a run in the second, and fourth in the third, then tied it up, and overtook the O’s in a four-run fourth which featured a Josh Harrison grand slam. Ryan Zimmerman hit a three-run HR in the sixth that gave the home team a 9-6 lead in what ended up a 12-9 win.
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Ryan Zimmerman to Open a New Office in Mexico City for His Apparel Manufacturing Segment – Arzee

Ryan Zimmerman is the founder and CEO of Arzee, an apparel manufacturing company. Since 2016, Arzee has been working with national brands, high-end designers, as well as small startups to manufacture best-in-class apparel. “Arzee was born as I realized the great need for reliable manufacturing with a customer-centric approach. Before Arzee, I launched my label under the same name. However, I struggled to find quality manufacturing that truly offered the services needed for a new designer,” Zimmerman says. “I ended up partnering with one factory in the United States, opening an office next to their production line, and creating the Arzee we know today. At that time, I couldn’t find someone forward-thinking with their finger on the pulse of the fashion industry to fulfill my manufacturing needs. However, that gave me an idea for a new business. I knew I could create a company that provides both great service and quality,” Zimmerman explains.
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Ryan Zimmerman: Nationals Dugout Was ‘Cracking Up' Watching Davey Martinez's Rant

Zimmerman: Nats dugout 'cracking up' watching Martinez's rant originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. The Nationals defeated the Cubs, 4-3, on Wednesday evening, but the most exciting thing that happened at Wrigley Field that night was not an actual baseball play. In the seventh inning, Nationals shortstop Trea Turner appeared...
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Josh Harrison, Ryan Zimmerman power Nationals past Orioles

Josh Harrison belted his first career grand slam and Ryan Zimmerman added a three-run blast as the Washington Nationals rallied from an early five-run deficit for a 12-9 win over the visiting Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. Baltimore jumped to a 5-0 lead in the first inning on Freddy Galvis' RBI...