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Washington Post Aug 17, 2014

Nats Journal: Craig Stammen’s improvement continues

The Nationals were able to come back late and claim a victory on Saturday after a three-run deficit thanks, in large part, to three strong innings from Craig Stammen out of the bullpen. The work of a long reliever is often overlooked, but Stammen bridged Gio Gonzalez’s shorter outing to Matt Thornton in the ninth when the game was tied. Read full article >>

Craig Stammen’s improvement continues

The Nationals were able to come back late and claim a victory on Saturday after a three-run deficit thanks, in large part, to three strong innings from Craig Stammen out of the bullpen. The work of a long reliever is often overlooked, but Stammen bridged Gio Gonzalez’s shorter outing to Matt Thornton in the ninth […]
Washington Post Aug 8, 2014

Nats Journal: Craig Stammen rebounds with three strong innings

The past month has been tough for Craig Stammen. On July 7, he had his worst outing in a long time, giving up five runs and two home runs to the Orioles. The outing after that, he coughed up two more runs in long relief. Three scoreless outing were followed by another two rough outings in which he gave up five combined runs on 11 singles. Read full article >>

Craig Stammen rebounds with three strong innings

The past month has been tough for Craig Stammen. On July 7, he had his worst outing in a long time, giving up five runs and two home runs to the Orioles. The outing after that, he coughed up two more runs in long relief. Three scoreless outing were followed by another two rough outings in which […]
CSN Washington Aug 7, 2014

Stammen shakes off a forgettable month, picks up win in extras

After a difficult past month, Craig Stammen rebounded and pitched three big innings in the Nationals' 13 inning win over the Mets.
Rotoworld Aug 7, 2014

Craig Stammen goes three scoreless for win - Craig Stammen (R) Washington Nationals

Craig Stammen pitched scoreless 11th, 12th and 13th innings for a win Thursday against the Mets.
Washington Post Aug 4, 2014

Orioles handle Roark, Nationals, 7-3

The lead and the game were already slipping away from the Washington Nationals when Craig Stammen took the mound in the seventh inning Monday night. Moments earlier, starter Tanner Roark turned a one-run lead into a one-run deficit against Baltimore. With one out and a runner on first, Stammen, a groundball pitcher, was looking to induce a double play. Read full article >>

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