Doug Fister, even-keeled as they get, strives for nothing more than consistency when he pitches.
There are nights when the Nationals' lineup looks capable of posting big numbers, no matter how many regulars find themselves shelved due to injury. And then there are nights like Wednesday.
Since joining the Nats in a trade before the 2014 season, Doug Fister has been one of the best pitchers in the National League.
After the Nationals signed Max Scherzer in January, many predicted they would have one of the best starting rotations in recent baseball history.
GAME IN A NUTSHELL: With their lineup rounding into form and their rotation in the middle of the best stretch for a starting staff in franchise history, the Nationals continued to