Danny Espinosa

Washington Nationals #8 - Second Base

  • Born: 04/25/87
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 190
  • Bats/Throws: S/R

Williams on Espinosa's early-season success...

Nationals' second baseman Danny Espinosa has received more playing time than expected with Ryan Zimmerman down and the switch-hitting infielder has produced at the plate after a disappointing, injury-plagued campaign in 2013.

Nats beat Cards for first time since 2012, 3-1

A night after the Washington Nationals were shut out by the St. Louis Cardinals in an error-filled 8-0 loss, the Nats bounced back tonight and took advantage of a rare error by Yadier Molina in a 3-1 win over the Cards.

"Probably the worst one we've played." - Williams

Matt Williams talked to his team after they dropped an 8-0 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals tonight, but he wasn't interested in sharing the message he had for his players. "That's for me and my team and nobody else's business," he said.

Espinosa's early improvement, and replacing Zim

The Nats had a great bounce-back Monday, then an ugly loss last night after a bad weekend in Atlanta. A big part of the team's success going forward will be how Espinosa contributes. With Ryan Zimmerman out for several weeks, what can we expect?

Williams on Espinosa's hard work paying off early

Matt Williams would like to have Washington Nationals' third baseman Ryan Zimmerman available, but while Zim's out, the first-year skipper is happy to have Anthony Rendon at third with Danny Espinosa at second and impressing after a rough 2013.

Nationals GM says they are better than the Braves

Once again, the Nationals feel the need to say they are better... How about just going out and being better then?

Zimmerman Injury Update + More on the Nats' Win

The MRI on Nationals' third baseman Ryan Zimmerman's shoulder revealed no structural damage, and he was able to make a pinch hit appearance in this afternoon's 2-1 win over the Atlanta Braves. Matt Williams updated reporters after the game.

Williams and Knorr on Espinosa's Ninth Inning Walk

Danny Espinosa struggled through a rough 2013 campaign and earned a spot on the Washington Nationals' 25-Man roster this spring. In the season opener in Citi Field on Monday, the 26-year-old infielder took a big walk...

Nats' Spring Training Surprise: Espinosa's Back

New Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams has supported Danny Espinosa from the first moment he took over on the bench in the nation's capital. After a rough 2013, Espinosa outlasted the competition and earned at least a utility role...

Espinosa Homers Twice, Fister Returns, 6-5 Nats...

The big story at the start of today's game was Doug Fister's return to the mound in Viera, Florida's Space Coast Stadium, but by the end of the game, it was all about Washington Nationals' second baseman Danny Espinosa, whose second home run was a wa

#moreBBthanKs@Rice #RendonisReady

ESPN.com's Keith Law listed Washington Nationals' second baseman Anthony Rendon as one of 10 players he expects to have a breakout campaign in 2014. Now that he's finally healthy can the Nats' infielder take it to the next level?

Strasburg Working On Slider, Holding Runners + PFP

Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg gave up a run in three innings on Sunday afternoon in Space Coast Stadium, allowing one in the first then throwing two scoreless against the St. Louis Cardinals.

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