5:23 AM EDT, Fri July 31, 2015
Washington Post 17 hours ago

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg could return after next rehab outing

MIAMI — By now, it’s an all-too-standard operating procedure for the Nationals: Watch an injured in a rehab game, then reserve judgment until morning. Wait and see, then decide what’s next.Stephen Strasburg threw his first rehab outing Wednesday night, and Thursday morning, Nationals Manager Matt Williams reported Strasburg felt fine. Check. He threw a three-run, four-inning performance in which he threw 64 of the 65-pitch mark the Nationals were aiming for. Williams said Strasburg lacked mid-season sharpness, but results are not the focus of outings like those. Given that...
MASN Sports 20 hours ago

Strasburg finishes four innings, gives up three runs in first rehab start for Triple-A Syracuse - Byron Kerr

Strasburg gives up three runs, takes loss at Syracuse in his first rehab start
MASN Sports Jul 27, 2015

Strasburg to make rehab start Wednesday for Triple-A Syracuse - Byron Kerr

The Nationals are slowly getting injured players back. Right-hander Stephen Strasburg is closer to returning to the team as he recovers from a left oblique strain suffered July 4. In that start, he went 3 2/3 innings against the Giants,...
Washington Post Jul 27, 2015

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg to make rehab outing Wednesday in Syracuse

Stephen Strasburg will try it again Wednesday. He is scheduled to pitch in a rehab game for Class AAA Syracuse, his first in-game work since July 4 when he strained his left oblique midway through what looked destined to be one of his best outings of the season. That game was Strasburg’s first after a month-long stint on the disabled list to deal with what was officially called a strained left trapezius muscle, but was more complicated in reality, a mix of trouble with back soreness and general discomfort that bothered him through much of the early part of the season.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jul 27, 2015

Strasburg to take big step in rehab on Wednesday

Stephen Strasburg will begin a minor league rehab assignment on Wednesday in what amounts to a significant step in his recovery from a strained left oblique.

Strasburg to rehab at Syracuse

Stephen Strasburg will begin a minor league rehab assignment on Wednesday with the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs in what amounts to a significant step in his recovery from a strained left oblique. The Nationals’ right-hander threw 51 pitches in a simulated game at PNC Park in Pittsburgh on Friday. He was placed on the disabled list…
Washington Post Jul 24, 2015

Nats Journal: Updates on Stephen Strasburg, Yunel Escobar, Anthony Rendon, Jayson Werth, Ryan Zimmerman

Take a deep breath, because here comes a stream of updates and news on injured and rehabbing Nationals.>>> Stephen Strasburg threw 51 pitches over three simulated innings in a live bullpen session Friday afternoon, sitting down and getting back up like a game. He faced Emmanuel Burriss and Jose Lobaton.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jul 22, 2015

Strasburg ready for next step in rehab

Stephen Strasburg will travel with the Nationals to Pittsburgh and on Friday take the next step in his rehab.
MetsBlog Jul 22, 2015

Jacob deGrom says he was amped up to face Nationals

In his first start since the All Star game, Jacob deGrom gave up three hits, including a two-run home run, while striking out eight batters and retiring 11 of his final 12 batters in six innings against the Nationals on …
Washington Post Jul 21, 2015

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg throws 30 pitches in bullpen session

Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg threw off a mound Tuesday afternoon, something he has not done since straining his left oblique on July 4. He threw 30 pitches, including a few breaking balls, fastballs and change-ups. according to Nationals Manager Matt Williams. That all marks progress, provided Strasburg feels fine tomorrow. The day after always tells the true story.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jul 21, 2015

Strasburg takes big step in rehab; updates on Rendon and Werth

Stephen Strasburg threw off a mound in a bullpen session for the first time since landing on the disabled list at Nationals Park on Tuesday.

Strasburg throws bullpen; Updates on Rendon and Werth

Stephen Strasburg threw off a mound in a bullpen session for the first time since landing on the disabled list at Nationals Park on Tuesday. The right-hander is rehabbing a strained left oblique and tossed 30 pitches. “[It was] light. Threw a couple of breaking balls. Fastballs and changeups, and had no issues. So, that’s a…
Washington Post Jul 20, 2015

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg has no pain in left oblique, working through throwing program

The Nationals have not announced a starter for Tuesday night’s game against the Mets, though they’ll need one to fill in for Stephen Strasburg. The right-hander is working his way back from the strained left oblique he suffered on July 4, likely to throw a bullpen sometime this week, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said this weekend.Read full article >>

Injury updates on Span, Rendon, Werth, Strasburg and Zim

With four days off for the All-Star break and a large group of notable players on the disabled list, Friday afforded Nationals manager Matt Williams an opportunity to run down a long list of injury updates. Denard Span, Anthony Rendon, Ryan Zimmerman, Jayson Werth and Stephen Strasburg remain sidelined as the team begins the second…
Washington Post Jul 6, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Fans show their patriotic WWC pride at Nats Park

Sunday’s 8 p.m. start time for the Nationals-Giants game presented a dilemma for fans who also wanted to watch the U.S. women’s national soccer team play Japan in the Women’s World Cup final.Stay home, at least until the end of the match, and risk not getting a Stephen Strasburg bobblehead, or arrive early at the Nationals game and risk missing Carli Lloyd do her thing? If you blinked, there’s a chance you missed at least one Lloyd goal, no matter which option you chose.Read full article >>

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