Found February 04, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
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Even the most casual of baseball fans probably know who Stephen Strasburg is. But more specifically, they probably also know that the Washington Nationals star is a pitcher. If only the same could be said for the Sporting News.Seen here is a projected depth chart of the Nationals for 2013 which has Strasburg starting in left field. Yes, left field! The Sporting News did well by placing him in his correct slot in the rotation, but somehow they managed to overlook the defensive alignment.At least we know that he has the arm to play the outfield. There is no doubt about that.Via DC Sports Blog
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