Nats' Zimmerman belts 235th to top franchise

From ESPN - July 17, 2017

Ryan Zimmerman went deep in the first inning Monday against the Cincinnati Reds to become the Washington Nationals' franchise home run leader with his 235th.

Zimmerman, 32, took Scott Feldman deep to left-center field to pass Vladimir Guerrero's total from eight seasons with the Montreal Expos.

"It's special to be in one place your entire career,'' Zimmerman said after the Nationals' 6-1 victory, which completed a four-game sweep of the Reds. "You ca not do stuff like this if you are not in the same place for a long time. So I feel very lucky to have spent my entire career here, honored to have hit more home runs than any Expo or National. It's cool.''

Guerrero took to Twitter to congratulate Zimmerman.

Records are made to be broken, congratulations to Ryan Zimmerman, being No. 2 is not bad


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