His .863 OPS is third-best in the majors among second baseman with at least 100 plate appearances.
Espinosa continues to hit well left-handed, and hit two more home runs from that side Friday night.
So far this season, Espinosa is 5 for 17 with two home runs, five walks and only three strikeouts hitting left-handed.
Zimmerman needed two hits to get one on Sunday, and Danny Espinosa has needed little time to adjust to playing third base.
Dan Uggla has started Nationals' first four games at second base.
With Anthony Rendon still recovering from a knee sprain, Espinosa is trying something new.
Results don't tell the whole story for Espinosa, who is getting more comfortable hitting solely from the right side.
The Nationals first baseman pulls off a miracle shot, then keeps hitting.
No injuries to report; Danny Espinosa takes extra righty-on-righty BP; and Ryan Zimmerman and Yunel Escobar spent time together.