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Zimmermann (biceps) gave up four runs over five innings, receiving a no-decision in Tuesday's win over the Rockies. He struck out six batters and surrendered no walks in the outing.
Zimmerman (biceps) threw a strong bullpen session Saturday, and he will start Tuesday's game in Denver, MLB.com's William Ladson reports.
Zimmermann (biceps) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday, and if all goes well he'll start Tuesday's game for the Nationals.
The Nationals won't make a final decision on whether Zimmermann (biceps strain) will be placed on the DL until after the All-Star break, the Washington Post reports.
An MRI on Saturday showed a right biceps strain for Zimmermann, Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington reports. The MRI revealed no structural damage and he should be able to avoid the DL.
Zimmermann left Friday's start with a right biceps cramp. He will undergo a precautionary MRI on Saturday.
Zimmerman allowed seven hits and a walk with five strikeouts over six shutout innings Sunday against the Cubs.
Zimmerman won Monday against the Rockies as he pitched six innings and allowed two runs, seven hits and one walk to go along with five strikeouts.
Zimmermann completed six innings Tuesday and allowed two runs on six hits and two walks while striking out nine batters in the Nationals' 4-2 win over the Brewers.
Zimmermann took the tough-luck loss against Atlanta on Thursday, allowing two runs and seven hits in seven innings. He walked one and struck out six.
Zimmermann turned in an eight-inning complete game Friday night, allowing one run on three hits with five strikeouts in a 1-0 loss to the Cardinals.
Zimmermann tossed his third career shutout Sunday, allowing just two hits and no walks while striking out 12 Padres.
Zimmerman tossed eight shutout innings Tuesday, giving up just five hits and a walk while striking out four Brewers on the way to his fourth win of the season.
Zimmerman allowed eight hits, four runs (three earned) and a walk with three strikeouts over five innings Wednesday against the Marlins.
Zimmermann allowed four runs on seven hits, walking tow and striking out four over six innings of a 4-3 loss to the Pirates on Friday night.
Zimmermann tossed six frames of three-run ball Sunday against the Mets, giving up eight hits and walking two en route to his third win of the season.
Zimmermann struggled on Monday, allowing five runs on 10 hits over 5.2 innings. He struck out four without walking a batter.
Zimmermann's start Monday was cut short due to a lengthy rain delay. He struck out three and scattered five hits over four innings, but did not return to pitch a fifth inning after a three-hour delay.
Zimmermann didn't give up any runs over 6.1 innings facing the Astros, while striking out seven hitters and walking only one as he picked up the win.
Zimmermann made a quality start against San Diego on Thursday, allowing three runs and five hits over six innings. He issued just one walk and struck out five, but dd not factor in the decision.
Zimmermann took his first loss of the season Saturday, giving up four runs (only one earned) on seven hits and two walks over seven innings, striking out six.
Zimmermann bounced back beautifully from his disaster of a start last time out, allowing just two runs in seven innings to earn his first win of the season Monday.
Zimmerman was roughed up Wednesday by the Marlins, allowing seven hits, five runs (all earned) and two walks with one strikeout over just 1.2 innings of work.
Zimmermann's next start will come Wednesday against the Marlins rather than Thursday, Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington reports.
Zimmermann (illness) gave up one run on four hits and a walk, while striking out nine over five innings, and did not factor into the decision in the Nationals' 2-1 loss to the Braves.
Zimmermann (illness) has been confirmed as the starting pitcher for Friday's game against the Braves, Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post reports.
The Nationals are hoping Zimmermann (illness) can start Friday against the Braves, Mark Zuckerman of CSNWashington.com reports.
Zimmermann threw two shutout innings in his spring debut Saturday, allowing one hit and striking out one.