Ross Ohlendorf

Washington Nationals #43 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 08/08/82
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 240
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Nats Sign Frandsen, Place Ohlendorf On 60-Day DL


The Washington Nationals confirmed the deal with Kevin Frandsen which was widely-reported earlier this morning and announced this afternoon that they placed 31-year-old right-hander Ross Ohlendorf on the DL with a right lumbar strain.

Nats Updates: On Ross Ohlendorf & Mike Gonzalez


The big news out of the morning's pregame meeting with Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams concerned Doug Fister's right elbow, but the Nats' skipper provided updates on Ross Ohlendorf and new lefty Mike Gonzalez as well...

Nationals ST Updates: Mattheus, Ohlendorf + More


The Washington Nationals travel to Champion Stadium to take on the Atlanta Braves tonight. Before Wednesday afternoon's game with the New York Mets, Nats' skipper Matt Williams updated reporters on Ryan Mattheus, Ross Ohlendorf and more...

Nats Top 5 Spring Training Storylines: 5th Starter


Will Ross Detwiler claim the fifth spot in the rotation this spring? Can any of the other starters the Nationals have in Spring Training knock the '07 1st Round pick out of the rotation and into the bullpen? Nathan Karns, Taylor Jordan, Tann

Ohlendorf: Old-Time Delivery, Increased Velocity


Ross Ohlendorf's old-timey rocking chair delivery got a lot of coverage last season, but the Nationals' right-hander pointed to an increase in velocity and command as part of the reason he had a bit of a comeback campaign in the nation's capital.

AUDIO: Nats Nightly On Fister, Ohlendorf, Detwiler


With all the Washington Nationals news out there for discussing we decided to get the band back together for a Hot Stove edition of Nats Nightly with FBB's Doghouse and myself and the District Sports Page's Dave Nichols all talking Nationals...

Wire Taps: Nats Acquire Doug Fister From Tigers


The Washington Nationals acquired Doug Fister in a 3-for-1 deal that sent infielder Steve Lombardozzi and left-handers Ian Krol and Robbie Ray to the Detroit Tigers. Here's everything we could find that's been written about the deal since last night.

Nationals Sign Ross Ohlendorf, Avoid Arbitration


Ross Ohlendorf was something of a surprise for the Washington Nationals in 2013. After signing a minor league deal last winter, the right-hander ended up playing a bigger role than expected when the Nats dealt with injuries to their starters...

Rizzo And Johnson on Ohlendorf And Roark...


Tanner Roark and Ross Ohlendorf? Sure, everyone knew the two would contribute to the Nationals' run this season, but who thought they would be as good as they have been? Nats' GM Mike Rizzo and skipper Davey Johnson talked about the two pitchers...

Game 147 WPA: Still pluggin' away. Nats 6, FF 1


The Nats win again, which I like.

Stras, Gio, Zim(n) + Det? Jordan? Karns? Roark?


The Nationals have options like Ross Detwiler, Taylor Jordan, Nathan Karns, Ross Ohlendorf (maybe) and Tanner Roark, but do they need to add another starter to the mix for 2014? Are the Nats' in-house options enough?

Harper (Hip) Sits Out Finale: Nats' Lineup In CBP


Davey Johnson made the decision to give Bryce Harper a night off tonight as Harper continues to deal with a bothersome hip issue. Corey Brown gets a start in left field tonight after homering in his first MLB AB of 2013 last night in CBP.

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