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Zimmerman mostly unknown commodity – Nationals’ 3B has excelled on field but is far from household name in nation’s capital

Ryan Zimmerman walks into an Arlington, Va., restaurant on a cold December afternoon. Dressed in jeans, a checkered button-down shirt and brown loafers, the 6-foot-3 North Carolina native looks like one of the many young professionals who populate the Washington suburb. "Don't I know you from somewhere?" the host asks after greeting him, pondering Zimmerman's face for several seconds. "You look so familiar. College, maybe?" "No, I don't think so," Zimmerman says, shaking his head and shrugging his shoulders. "OK. I'll think of it," the host says as he leads the Nationals' All-Star third baseman to his table.

By |2010-01-04T07:07:08+00:00January 4th, 2010|News|0 Comments

Granderson, Zimmerman among ‘All Stars Helping Kids’ Winners for 2010 Jefferson Awards For Public Service

Granderson, Zimmerman among 'All Stars Helping Kids' Winners for 2010 Jefferson Awards For Public Service Tigers outfielder and Nationals third baseman Join World Champions Venus Williams and Lauryn Williams, NBA All-Stars Dwight Howard and Dirk Nowitzki, NFL star Justin Tuck on "Dream Team For Public Service"

By |2009-12-18T13:54:44+00:00December 18th, 2009|Awards, News|0 Comments

Ryan Zimmerman Wins Silver Slugger Award

WASHINGTON -- Call Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman a two-time award winner. On Wednesday, he won his first Gold Glove Award. On Thursday, Zimmerman won the 2009 National League Silver Slugger Award. Zimmerman is the second member of the Washington Nationals to earn a Silver Slugger. In 2006, Alfonso Soriano was awarded a Silver Slugger after hitting .277 with 41 doubles, 46 home runs, 95 RBIs and 41 stolen bases in his lone season with the Nationals.

By |2009-11-17T08:24:19+00:00November 17th, 2009|Awards, News|0 Comments

Ryan Zimmerman Wins Gold Glove Award

WASHINGTON -- Third baseman Ryan Zimmerman made history on Wednesday, becoming the first Nationals player to win a National League Gold Glove Award. Zimmerman led NL third basemen in assists, total chances, total outs recorded and games started. Almost every game, it seemed like Zimmerman put on a show at the hot corner -- whether it was making a diving play or charging a ball to throw out a runner.

By |2009-11-17T08:18:49+00:00November 17th, 2009|Awards, News|0 Comments

Ryan Zimmerman Wins Web Gem Award

After playing a stunning season at third base, Ryan Zimmerman's defensive prowess and acrobatic grace were rewarded when he was named the first ever ESPN Web Gem Champion. For those who have never watched Baseball Tonight, a Web Gem is an honor bestowed on the five greatest defensive plays of each night. As we've tracked at various times in this blog, Zimmerman has collected the most Web Gems (19) and Web Gem points (61) this season (points are on a scale of 1-5 with five going to the No. 1 Web Gem and one going to the No. 5 Web Gem).

By |2009-11-17T07:57:26+00:00November 17th, 2009|Awards, News|1 Comment

Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman nominated for MLBPAA Heart & Hustle Award

Zimmerman To Receive Award From Former Washington Senator & Chair of MLBPAA Jim Hannan Washington Nationals Third Baseman Ryan Zimmerman is the ballclub's 2009 recipient of the Major League Baseball Player Alumni Association's (MLBPAA) Heart & Hustle Award. The esteemed award honors an active player who demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball, and best embodies the values, spirit and tradition of the game. A representative from each Major League team is selected to receive the award by a committee of Alumni players, with the final winner announced on November 6 at the 10th Annual Legends for Youth Dinner in New York City. Current members of the Alumni Association will vote to choose the winner from the list of 30 finalists (see below).

By |2009-09-02T14:18:43+00:00September 2nd, 2009|News|0 Comments

Nats’ Zimmerman tabbed as National League reserve for All-Star game

Ryan Zimmerman had no real plans for Major League Baseball's All-Star break next week. His hometown of Virginia Beach is just a short car ride away, after all. But while Zimmerman will still catch up with friends and family, that reunion will instead happen at the All-Star game itself in St. Louis The Nationals' third baseman was named to a reserve spot on the National League roster for the July 14th All-Star game. It will be the first appearance for the 24-year-old, who earlier this season signed a five-year, $45 million contract extension with the Nats.

By |2009-07-06T07:03:05+00:00July 6th, 2009|News|0 Comments
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