|Bloomington native Jake Irvin ready to show Nationals he's worthy of regular MLB rotation spot. Irvin made his major league debut last year, and will compete starting this week at Nationals spring training for a regular spot in the starting rotation. After making his major league debut last May, Irvin made 24 starts, posting a 4.61 ERA and a .255/.340/.431 line in 121 innings.
|Washington Nationals news & notes: 2018 4th Round pick Jake Irvin gets opportunity and he sticks around.... Davey Martinez talked to Jake Irvin the day before the Washington Nationals' 26-year-old, 2018 4th Round pick made his MLB debut so he could go through his usual routine the day of his first outing. The sixth-year manager told the right-hander to do what he'd been doing in the minors on the way up and keep pounding the strike zone and attacking hitters. Irvin put up a 3.80 ERA overall in four seasons in the Nats' system, though he missed the '21 campaign after undergoing Tommy John surgery, and had a 5.64 ERA and a 5.27 FIP, 4.43 BB/9, and 8.06 K/9 in five starts at Triple-A Rochester early this season before he learned he got the call.
|The Braves and their big bats are too much for Jake Irvin and the Nats. Atlanta, with a lead of more than 30 games on the Nationals, flexed a little bit in a 10-3 win at Nationals Park. Call it a learning experience for Dave Martinez’s young team.
|WATCH: Atlanta puts up five runs on six consecutive hits in the 3rd inning. WATCH: Atlanta puts up five runs on six consecutive hits in the 3rd inning It's becoming a nightmare inning for Nationals starter Jake Irvin Author: Lindsay Crosby Publish date: Sep 21, 2023 8:07 PM EDT Stop me if you've heard this before, but the Atlanta Braves put a crooked number on the board. Washington Nationals starter Jake Irvin cruised through the first inning, getting two quick outs and, after an infield single by Austin Riley, retiring Matt Olson via strikeout. Things were a little touch and go in the 2nd inning, with two walks giving Irvin some traffic to work through, but he came through it unscathed. He didn't make it through the 3rd inning. Atlanta sent nine men to the
|Jake Irvin was rolling before the wheels fell off in Milwaukee. The Nationals’ rookie right-hander nearly got through a fraught start in which he struggled with his control. But the Brewers finally made him pay in a 5-3 loss.