The Nationals will face a tough decision about who to bump from the starting rotation when Strasburg returns, Matt Williams says.
The Washington Nationals have put pitcher Stephen Strasburg back on the 15-day disabled list, this time with a strained left oblique.
Bryce Harper homered, Tyler Moore drove in four runs and the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants 9-3 on Saturday despite Stephen Strasburg exiting in the fourth inning with an apparent injury.
Stephen Strasburg is happy to be back healthy and pitching well again.
He who laughs last, laughs longest.
Stephen Strasburg was assertive with his high-90s fastball in his return from a 24-day stint on the disabled list.
John Feinstein says Mike Rizzo’s negative karma from shutting down Strasburg is to blame for the pitcher’s struggles.
MLB Network host Kevin Millar believes Stephen Strasburg may benefit from a “change of scenery.”
Stephen Strasburg’s trapezius strain stems from altering his mechanics after an ankle injury in spring training, Mike Rizzo says.
Nats place Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list, and scratch Bryce Harper ahead of Saturday’s game against the Reds.