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The Atlanta Braves continued their dominance of the Washington Nationals earlier this month, including a win over ace Stephen Strasburg.
With their fast start a distant memory, the Braves hope a return home for a four-game series with their NL East rival can get them untracked.
Atlanta attempts to avoid its longest slide in 11 months and set a franchise record for its longest winning streak over the Nationals on Monday night.
The Braves (15-9) outscored Washington 18-5 while winning all three games in the nation's capital from April 12-14, including a 3-1 win over Strasburg in the middle game of that set. That's part of their seven-game winning streak, matching the longest by either team in the all-time series.
Atlanta did it May 20-July 5, 1997, when the Nationals were the Montreal Expos.
The Braves' latest sweep of Washington (13-12) was part of a 12-1 start to the season, but they've cooled off significantly by losing eight of 11. They concluded a 3-7 road tr...
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Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg has stumbled out off the gate this season and it is now being reported that he is experiencing tightness in his forearm.
There are no concerns over the forearm of Stephen Strasburg according to Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo.
Rizzo termed Strasburg’s arm as “structurally perfect” on Tuesday and said that the right hander would not miss a start.
Those whispers about a problem with the forearm of the 24-year-old can be quieted as Rizzo said that there was “no problem” and that...
Washington manager Davey Johnson says pitcher Stephen Strasburg has ''a little tightness'' in his right forearm and was seen by a doctor after Monday night's start against Atlanta.
Johnson says the hard-throwing righty will be given medication.
Strasburg says he'll be able to make his next scheduled start. The Nationals' ace had lost a career-worst four...
Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson revealed flamethrower Stephen Strasburg is battling tightness in his right forearm following the team’s 3-2 loss to the Braves on Monday night at Turner Field in Atlanta. The 24-year-old Strasburg (1-4, 3.16 ERA), finally throwing without asinine restrictions, is taking medication and being evaluated by Washington’s doctors. Considering...
ATLANTA — No matter how much he insisted he felt fine, Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg didn’t look right to manager Davey Johnson from the time his first pitch sailed to the backstop.
As a result, there are new concerns about Strasburg’s health after he was examined by a doctor following Washington’s 3-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Monday night.
“I think he’s got a...
The Washington Nationals were given encouraging news earlier today, as word from General Manager Mike Rizzo has Stephen Strasburg not expected to miss his next start after experiencing forearm tightness in last night's 3-2 loss against the Atlanta Braves.
First words on Strasburg: "Structurally perfect"; "irritation" as opposed to "tightness"...
Last year, the hot topic of debate in Major League Baseball was about how the Washington Nationals should use Stephen Strasburg. It was Strasburg’s first full season pitching since missing 2011 following Tommy John surgery. The Nationals opted to shut him down after only 159 1/3 innings pitched, and he didn’t appear in the postseason either. The idea behind the shutdown was...
Ben and Sam discuss the news about Stephen Strasburg`s forearm and talk about why Manny Machado`s performance this season hasn`t gotten more attention.
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg may have irritated a nerve in his right arm using an electrical stimulation machine.
No matter how much he insisted he felt fine, Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg didn't look right to manager Davey Johnson from the time his first pitch sailed to the backstop.
As a result, there are new concerns about Strasburg's health after he was examined by a doctor following Washington's 3-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Monday night.
''I think he's got...
Stephen Strasburg (Photo credit: L. Richard Martin, Jr.)
Julio Teheran makes his ninth career start tonight against the Nationals, and draws a tough one as he matches up against Washington ace, Stephen Strasburg. Someday Teheran may be the Braves “stopper,” but tonight he is just looking for his first Turner Field win.
Teheran is 1-0 on the season with a 5.48 ERA, Strasburg...
The opener of the four-game series between the N.L East-leading Atlanta Braves and the second place Washington Nationals, left baseball fans in the nation’s capital with more than just frustration due to the 3-2 loss at the hands of the Braves on Monday night. Unfortunately, fans in Washington were also given what some are saying is good reason to worry regarding starter Stephen...