Ryan Zimmerman named Nationals’ nominee for the 2016 Roberto Clemente Award
Nationals fans can vote for Zimmerman on Twitter and Facebook [...]
May 12 – A Night at the Park – with a special acoustic performance from Marc, Richard and Jerry of O.A.R. – Tickets Now Available
Back for its 7th year, A Night at the Park [...]
11th Annual ziMS Foundation Charity Gala and Golf Event. November 4 & 5th, 2016
One of Hampton Roads premier events, raising over $100,000 every [...]
Night At The Park – Monday June 22nd, 2015
Event Details Coming Soon!
Strike Down MS bowling event in Charlottesville, VA. November 11th, 2016.
An evening of family, fun and bowling. All monies raised [...]
ziMS Foundation–2nd Annual “A Night At The Park”
“The hardest thing, believe it or not, is to figure [...]
Cheryl Zimmerman and Her Family
The Zimmerman family (Cheryl, Keith, Ryan and Shawn) would like to tell you how their lives have been affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) over the past 24 years. Cheryl’s perspective: The year is 1985 before the symptoms of MS began. I was leading what most would consider a normal life for a newly married, young, working mother. A typical day for me included: getting up, taking a shower, dressing, brushing my teeth, getting a one-year old ready, fixing and eating breakfast, driving to day care and then on to a full day with my first grade class. A year later in 1986 my body started to change. It started with a tingling in the little finger on my left hand. This tingling eventually progressed to the entire left side of my body. During this year I went to many doctors and had numerous tests preformed. The tingling would at times get worse or go away completely. The doctors and my family were baffled!
Phil Wendel donates $15,000 to the ziMS Foundation
[singlepic id=22 w=160 h=120 float=right]Phil Wendel presenting a check for [...]
Zimmerman no hard feelings
Third baseman working with Nationals to get deal sorted out WASHINGTON -- Third baseman Ryan Zimmerman is not upset that he hasn't received a long-term deal from the Nationals. He realizes that baseball is a business and that it takes time to get a deal done. Both parties have been working on a deal for the last two years but can't agree on dollar figures. It now looks as though Zimmerman will be going to the arbitration table next month. He is asking for $3.9 million for this coming season, and Washington countered with $2.75 million. "We are still a long way from arbitration. We have a couple of weeks to try and do something," said Zimmerman during NatsFest on Sunday afternoon. "It's part of the game. It's a business. There are no hard feelings in any way. The relationship that we have had with the front office has been nothing but positive the whole time I've been here. That's the way it's always going to be." Zimmerman is positive that the Nationals will be better than the team that lost 102 games last year, thanks to the acquisitions of pitchers Daniel Cabrera and Scott Olsen, and outfielder Josh Willingham. Zimmerman also feels that a healthy Nick Johnson would help the Nationals tremendously, though he is aware that the team is not counting on Johnson -- who has played 38 games the last two years -- this season.