2007 Washington Nationals
2007 Washington Nationals / Franchise: Washington Nationals / BR Team Page
Record: 73-89, Finished 4th in NL Eastern Division (2007 NL)
Managed by Manny Acta
Coaches: Ricardo Aponte, Pat Corrales, Lenny Harris, Jerry Morales, Mitchell Page, Randy St. Claire and Tim Tolman
History, Comments, Contributions
The 2007 Washington Nationals were one of three teams in the Major Leagues to go the entire season without recording a complete game, along with the Florida marlins and the Texas Rangers. In fact, the team received almost no contribution from its starting pitchers: reliever Jon Rauch led the pitching staff with 8 wins, the lowest in the history of the franchise, including its days as the Montreal Expos and the strike-shortened seasons of 1981 and 1994. Only three pitchers reached 100 innings: rookie Matt Chico with 167, Mike Bacsik with 118 and Jay Bergmann with 115. This is the lowest number of innings ever pitched by a team's top three starters in a full season.
Awards and Honors
- All-Star: Dmitri Young
- NL Comeback Player of the Year: Dmitri Young
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