Doug Fister

Washington Nationals #58 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 02/04/84
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6-8
  • Weight: 210
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Update: Fister throws on flat ground, bullpen next

Nationals' 30-year-old right-hander Doug Fister threw on flat ground today as he works his way back from a minor right lat strain. Nats' skipper Matt Williams said that the next step will be a bullpen session for the former Tigers' starter.

Random Nationals Notes, Fister Quotes and More...

Nationals' right-hander Doug Fister threw on Sunday for the first time since suffering a lat strain as he worked his way back after being shut down with elbow inflammation. Matt Williams talked about Fister's progress on Sunday afternoon.

Nats Injury Update: Fister Throws From 60 Feet

Washington Nationals' Manager Matt Williams updated reporters on the status of recovering pitcher Doug Fister on Saturday, and the 30-year-old right-hander threw for the first time since suffering a lat strain in a minor league game in Florida.

Williams on Fister to the DL, Plan Going Forward

Nationals' Manager Matt Williams updated reporters this morning on the plans for 30-year-old right-hander Doug Fister, who suffered a right lat strain in a Minor League start while working his way back from elbow inflammation.

Nationals vs Tigers: Exhibition GameThread

The Nationals and Tigers play the final exhibition game of the spring this afternoon in Nationals Park in a 2:05 pm EDT matchup that is being shown live on MASN and MLB.tv and broadcast on the radio on 106.7 the FAN in D.C. and 150

Doug Fister Reportedly Headed To 15-Day DL

Doug Fister suffered a setback as he worked his way back from the elbow inflammation that has limited the Washington Nationals' starter to just two Spring Training starts. What was diagnosed as a right lat strain will reportedly land him on the DL.

Fister Suffers Setback, Lat Strain In Minor League

After the Washington Nationals' win in the Grapefruit League action this afternoon, Nats' skipper Matt Williams told reporters that Doug Fister left a start in a minor league game with what is described as a "lat strain."

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Fister & Williams on Fister's Second Spring Start

Nationals' skipper Matt Williams said Doug Fister came through his second start of the spring fine. The Nats' 30-year-old starter pitched in a Grapefruit League game for the first time in 20 days after dealing with inflammation in his right elbow...

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

Doug Fister Start no2: 3.2IP, 2H, 0R, 0BB, 4K, 47P

Nats' right-hander Doug Fister returned to the mound this afternoon in Grapefruit League action with the Marlins. In his second start of the spring, the Nats' 30-year-old right-hander, who has dealt with elbow inflammation, threw 3 2/3 scoreless.

Nationals vs Marlins: Grapefruit League GameThread

Nationals' starter Doug Fister returns to the mound in Grapefruit League action this afternoon, taking on the Miami Marlins in Viera, Florida's Space Coast Stadium. The game is available on the radio on 106.7 the FAN in D.C. and 1500 AM WFED.

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