JZ was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the second round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft.In 2008, Zimmermann had a combined 10–3 record with a 2.89 earned run average at high-A Potomac and Double-A Harrisburg, and in July was named to the Eastern League (AA) All-Star team. He finished the season leading the organization in wins, strikeouts, and earned run average, and was the MILB.com Nationals pitcher of the year.In his second game against the New York Mets Zimmermann won his second game in as many starts becoming the first Nationals/Expos pitcher to win his first two starts of his career since Randy Johnson did so in 1988. Coincidentally, Zimmermann was the losing pitcher in Johnson’s historic 300th win on June 4, 2009.
Here a couple more cards i picked up at the best site on the web today….. Great price and fast shipping equals me happy…
These four in the picture above are for the great Night Owl Cards from his The Nebulous 9 most wanted list…. Brother you can now call it the fab five cause these four are yours!!
Next we have Adam Lind …. I think that this guy is going to be a stud one day, so i started up a mini collection of his….
A couple of my all time fave pitchers….. Dock ,Alex, and Jordan …. All three auto for under 10 bucks can’t beat that! Part 3 coming in a little bit, Wicked Out!
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