Several Washington Nationals players wore a T-shirt around the clubhouse on Tuesday with a photo of pitching coach Steve McCatty from a Playgirl photo shoot he did in the early 1980s. Right-hander Dan Haren had the shirts made, which said
Nationals reliever Rafael Soriano questioned Bryce Harper's defensive positioning on a game-tying triple that tied the game in the ninth inning that ultimately led to a loss.
Just Stephen Strasburg brushing back Buster Posey in the sixth inning. You could watch it all day. Strasburg pitched like an Ace tonight, pulled after 7 innings...
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Stephen Strasburg hit a career milestone last night against the San Diego Padres. For the first time in his career, he pitched into the 8th inning. One of the best things about this start is that Strasburg was allowed to throw 117 pitches. This was just shy of his career high pitch count, in June of last season he threw 119 pitches in six-innings against the Reds. And over his...
Stephen Strasburg can breathe a little easier now. With a 6-2 victory against the San Diego Padres on Thursday night, Strasburg garnered his second victory of the season, his first since opening day on April 1.
The Washington starter worked eight innings, giving up two runs (one earned) on three hits while striking out four.
This was the first time in Strasburg’s major league career...
With Matt Harvey on pace for over 200 innings pitched, is it possible the New York Mets will shut him down early?
Chances are he’ll be doing his best Stephen Strasburg impression by the season’s end.
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Error Unravels Strasburg I have been waiting to write this article, because even I am still confused with what happened. On Saturday against the Cubs Stephen Strasburg was rolling. Through four innings he had 7 strikeouts, in just 53 pitches and had allowed just one hit. Then the wheels came off, and the Nationals go on to lose 8-2. What the hell happened? In the 5th inning Strasburg...
From Cruise Control to Breakdown Lane
Cubs 8, Nationals 2: All it took was (yet another) Ryan Zimmerman throwing error with nobody on and two outs in the fifth for Stephen Strasburg to fall apart? Can't blame Zim when Stras had Edwin Jackson 0-2 a few minutes later, and couldn't end the inning, etc.
Davey Johnson's postgame comments about Strasburg were telling...
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...
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.