Jayson Werth may have saved the day in Game 4 with his walk-off bomb, but Nats pitching carried the day. Ross Detwiler was great for six, and then Jordan Zimmermann, Tyler Clippard, and Drew Storen turned in three scoreless. But it was Jordan Zimmermann, making his first relief appearance as a big leaguer, who was most impressive: a downright electric 12-pitch, 9-strike, 3 K, performance, striking out the side. Video of J-Zimm's inning above, and also here. Cold blooded killer.
Amazingly, J-Zimm showed some emotion at the end of the inning -- pumped his fist after striking out Jon Jay. Oh, and he screamed. Via Washington Post, J-Zimm explains his reaction, and Ryan Zimmerman suggests some facial hair:
Crazy world that we live in, where Jordan Zimmermann gets a little jacked up about something...
Here's a screen cap of the fist pump in question (via MLB.com):