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Mar 19, 2017
Rotoworld
Stephen Strasburg pitched 4 1/3 innings of two-run ball Sunday against the Marlins.
Rotoworld Mar 19, 2017

Stephen Strasburg yields two runs to Marlins - Stephen Strasburg (S) Washington Nationals

Stephen Strasburg pitched 4 1/3 innings of two-run ball Sunday against the Marlins.
Grand Rapids Press Mar 13, 2017
Tigers vs. Nationals: Live stats, scoring, chat

Tigers vs. Nationals: Live stats, scoring, chat

Justin Verlander will face a lineup loaded with starters and a few All-Stars when he takes the hill today. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Justin Verlander will face a lineup loaded with starters and a few All-Stars when he takes the hill today against the Washington Nationals. The Nationals will counter with their ace, Stephen Strasburg, against a Tigers' lineup somewhat depleted by the World Baseball Classic and the realities of a three-hour road trip.  GAME INFORMATION Who: Detroit Tigers (4-12-1) vs. Washington Nationals (7-7-2)When: 1:05 p.m.Where: The...
Outside Pitch Mar 6, 2017

Washington Nationals Opening Day lineup could include seven first round picks

The Washington Nationals are more than a franchise built with Scott Boras clients. This is an organization that loves its first round draft picks. They adore them so much that the Nationals Opening Day lineup could include seven former first round picks. There are the obvious first round picks many remember. Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, […] The post Washington Nationals Opening Day lineup could include seven first round picks appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Call to the Pen Mar 4, 2017

Washington Nationals: No More Windup for Stephen Strasburg?

Stephen Strasburg didn’t throw from the windup at all in his first spring outing, and the Washington Nationals hurler might continue to do so in the regular season. The Washington Nationals are counting on Stephen Strasburg to give them a healthy, effective season in 2017. This spring, the talented right-hander has a new idea about […] Washington Nationals: No More Windup for Stephen Strasburg? - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
MLB Trade Rumors Mar 4, 2017

NL Notes: Strasburg, Albies, Peterson, Dahl

Stephen Strasburg threw well in his spring debut for the Nationals yesterday, representing a promising step for the key righty, as Mark Zuckerman of MASNsports.com reports. Notably, Strasburg also showed some tweaks to his approach that he evidently intends to carry into the 2017 season. Most interestingly, the veteran hurler worked exclusively from the stretch, explaining…
Outside Pitch Mar 3, 2017

Stephen Strasburg throws nothing but strikes in Spring Training debut

According to the Bible, God rested on the seventh day. For Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg, seven days after Spring Training games began is when he finally stopped resting and made his 2017 debut. Although many would have preferred to see Strasburg take the ball earlier than day seven, it was worth the wait. In […] The post Stephen Strasburg throws nothing but strikes in Spring Training debut appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 27, 2017

NL East Notes: Nationals, Plawecki, Morgan, Coghlan

Matt Wieters’ addition gives the Nationals at least nine Scott Boras clients on their roster — a fact that prompted Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post to explore the relationship between Boras and the Nationals. As Svrluga notes, Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper and Anthony Rendon were each drafted as Boras clients, and GM Mike Rizzo…
Outside Pitch Feb 27, 2017

Washington Nationals home run record still belongs to Alfonso Soriano

Alfonso Soriano only spent one short season with the Washington Nationals. Now more than ten years in our past, his remarkable record-setting 2006 season lives on. It was that season where he became the Nationals home run leader for a single-season. Bryce Harper may have the lone MVP Award in Nationals history. He may have […] The post Washington Nationals home run record still belongs to Alfonso Soriano appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Washington Post Dec 31, 1969
Stephen Strasburg will likely be the Nationals' Opening Day starter

Stephen Strasburg will likely be the Nationals' Opening Day starter

A quick look at how the Nationals' rotation might line up when the season begins.

Stephen Strasburg Photos

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  • Adam Eaton

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    Stephen Strasburg yields two runs to Marlins - Stephen Strasburg (S) Washington Nationals

  • Daniel Murphy

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