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Sep 22, 2014
KFFL
Washington Nationals SP Stephen Strasburg is 5-1 with a 1.88 ERA in his last eight ...
Sep 21, 2014
Rotoworld
Stephen Strasburg shut out the Marlins over seven innings to earn his 13th win of the season in Sunday's 2-1 victory.
Washington Post Sep 22, 2014

Stephen Strasburg’s good fortune is making him look like an ace

It wasn’t too long ago that I was one of the few who considered Stephen Strasburg the ace of the Nationals pitching staff. Back in June, we even ran a poll. Here were the results: Fast forward a bit and now Strasburg is on fire. But strangely, he is striking out batters less frequently despite issuing far fewer walks as a percentage of batters faced. Read full article >>
KFFL Sep 22, 2014

Nationals | Stephen Strasburg strong heading into playoffs

Washington Nationals SP Stephen Strasburg is 5-1 with a 1.88 ERA in his last eight ...
Washington Post Sep 21, 2014

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg pitching like the Nationals’ Game 1 starter

Stephen Strasburg is not quite a finished product yet, but the past month has revealed the contours of what he will look like when he is. Strasburg has selected the right pitches, located them where he wants and thrown with wicked velocity and vicious movement. In the face of arduous situations, he has stayed cool in the saddle. Whatever the Nationals envisioned for Strasburg when they drafted him first overall in 2009, that is how he’s pitched for the past month. Read full article >>

Stephen Strasburg pitching like the Nationals’ Game 1 starter

Stephen Strasburg is not quite a finished product yet, but the past month has revealed the contours of what he will look like when he is. Strasburg has selected the right pitches, located them where he wants and thrown with wicked velocity and vicious movement. In the face of arduous situations, he has stayed cool […]
CSN Washington Sep 21, 2014

As October looms, Strasburg and Nats are peaking

Stephen Strasburg, and the Nationals as a whole, are dominating everything in sight right now, peaking just in time for the postseason.

As October approaches, Strasburg and Nats are peaking

MIAMI — There was a point — honestly, not all that long ago in the grand scheme of things — when Stephen Strasburg’s standing within the Nationals’ pitching staff was up for debate. And the debate wasn’t whether he deserved to be considered the Nats’ No. 1 starter. It was whether he deserved to be…
Rotoworld Sep 21, 2014

Stephen Strasburg wins 13th on Sunday - Stephen Strasburg (S) Washington Nationals

Stephen Strasburg shut out the Marlins over seven innings to earn his 13th win of the season in Sunday's 2-1 victory.

Nationals-Marlins discussion thread: Game 155

The Nationals have put the hammer down in an effort to secure the National League’s best overall record, taking the first three games from Miami. They lead the Dodgers by 2 1/2 games, and because they own the regular-season tie-breaker, the Nationals’ magic number to clinch homefield advantage is 5. Stephen Strasburg will face Nathan […]
Washington Post Sep 21, 2014

Nats Journal: Nationals-Marlins discussion thread: Game 155

The Nationals have put the hammer down in an effort to secure the National League’s best overall record, taking the first three games from Miami. They lead the Dodgers by 2 1/2 games, and because they own the regular-season tie-breaker, the Nationals’ magic number to clinch homefield advantage is 5. Stephen Strasburg will face Nathan Eovaldi. Talk about the game right here. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Sep 21, 2014

Strasburg starts, but several regulars sit today

Stephen Strasburg hopes to finally enjoy success today at Marlins Park, where he owns a career ERA of 6.90. Get live updates on Nats Insider!

Game 156: Nats at Marlins

MIAMI — Stephen Strasburg has pitched very well lately — he has a 1.69 ERA, 28 strikeouts and zero walks over his last four starts — and the Nationals would love for him to continue his winning ways this afternoon at Marlins Park (where he owns a 6.90 ERA in six career starts). But Strasburg…
Washington Post Sep 20, 2014

Nats Journal: The Nationals’ pitching staff is staying healthy and dominating hitters

Down the stretch in 2012, rival scouts kept saying the same thing about the Nationals’ pitching staff: They looked tired. They were young, and many had never pitched over the course of an entire season when every pitch mattered. Jordan Zimmermann had not thrown more than 160 innings; Drew Storen had recovered from elbow surgery midseason; Stephen Strasburg, as you might have heard, was sidelined because a team-imposed innings limit. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Sep 15, 2014

Strasburg dominates as Nats win 4-2

Nationals reduce their magic number to two with a superb performance from Stephen Strasburg.
KFFL Sep 15, 2014

Nationals | Stephen Strasburg dominating

Washington Nationals SP Stephen Strasburg struck out seven over seven shutout innings in a win ...
CSN Washington Sep 15, 2014

Strasburg tries to exorcise Atlanta demons

Stephen Strasburg tries to win in Atlanta for the first time in 2 years and move the Nationals one step from the NL East title. Get live updates on Nats Insider!

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