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Apr 15, 2014
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Craig Stammen was hit hard in relief of Stephen Strasburg during Tuesday's loss to the Nationals, allowing five runs in an inning of work.
Washington Post Apr 15, 2014

Nationals vs. Marlins: Stephen Strasburg is roughed up on long night for Washington

MIAMI — Tuesday was a day the Washington Nationals hope to soon forget. Stephen Strasburg started but too often found the heart of the plate and the Miami Marlins’ bats. He put the Nationals in an early deficit that mounted dramatically in the middle of the game under reliever Craig Stammen. The Nationals made committed two errors. The lineup was utterly dormant and produced one hit through the first seven innings the day after a successful performance. Read full article >>
Rotoworld Apr 15, 2014

Stammen hit hard in relief of Strasburg - Craig Stammen (R) Washington Nationals

Craig Stammen was hit hard in relief of Stephen Strasburg during Tuesday's loss to the Nationals, allowing five runs in an inning of work.
Washington Post Apr 10, 2014

Nats Journal: Craig Stammen and what makes comebacks happen

The euphoria in the Nationals dugout late Wednesday night “unbelievable,” Bryce Harper said began hours earlier, in a stadium stunned into near silence. The shrill ring of the bullpen phone could be heard throughout Nationals Park. Craig Stammen hopped out of his chair, sprinted to the bullpen mound and started throwing. Read full article >>

Craig Stammen and what makes comebacks happen

The euphoria in the Nationals dugout late Wednesday night – “unbelievable,” Bryce Harper said – began hours earlier, in a stadium stunned into near silence. The shrill ring of the bullpen phone could be heard throughout Nationals Park. Craig Stammen hopped out of his chair, sprinted to the bullpen mound and started throwing. The Nationals’ […]

Instant analysis: Nats 10, Marlins 7

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Where to begin? We’ll start with Jordan Zimmermann, who was downright awful in getting roughed up for five runs in only 1 2/3 innings, putting his teammates in a quick 5-0 hole. Slowly but surely, though, the Nationals got themselves back into it. Craig Stammen was brilliant out of the bullpen,…

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