Stephen Strasburg is struggling at a time when the Washington Nationals are rolling.
Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg, both former first overall picks, are on divergent paths.
Stephen Strasburg isn’t hurt. He’s broken on the inside.
The Mets opened 2015 10-0 at home, but the Nationals emphatically snapped that streak on Thursday, winning 8-2 behind Stephen Strasburg.
With Stephen Strasburg’s dominating performance and Denard Span’s return to the lineup, the Washington Nationals are feeling better about themselves.
The Nationals have announced Max Scherzer as their Opening Day starting pitcher two weeks in advance of the 2015 regular season.
Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg is “very much available” for trade, as both sides believe it’s “time to move on,” reports USA Today’s John Perrotto.
The Nationals have agreed to terms with pitchers Doug Fister, Stephen Strasburg and Drew Storen, to avoid salary arbitration for the 2015 season.
Stephen Strasburg could be available to pitch in relief Tuesday night, Matt Williams said, with the Nationals facing playoff elimination entering Game 4 of their NLDS matchup against the San Francisco Giants.
All four League Division Series are well underway now in the 2014 MLB Playoffs, and as usual, there are plenty of surprises.