Jordan Zimmermann discussed the final out of his no-hitter and the requests made by Souza after a spectacular final out.
Just how electric was the atmosphere at Nats Park Sunday as Jordan Zimmermann was pitching a no hitter? We answer that and more.
After throwing the Nationals' first no-hitter, Jordan Zimmermann discussed his one walk.
Zimmermann also added he knew if he went nine innings he would be one out short of 200 innings.
Nationals Manager Matt Williams says Souza's catch to save the no-hitter symbolizes how the team plays.
"That's typical of the way these guys play," said Williams."