Despite Strasburg Gem, Nats Drop Game 1The Nationals got all they could ask for from Stephen Strasburg. It wasn't enough.
Report: Strasburg to Start Game 1 of NLDSThe Nationals will reportedly give the ball to Stephen Strasburg to open the series.
Nationals Remain Coy on Game 1 Starter: 'We Have Two No. 1 Pitchers'Nationals, Cubs take different tact on revealing NLDS rotation.
Stephen Strasburg Ready to Start Game 1 of NLDSMax Scherzer's hamstring injury only affects him when he pitches. How long can the Nats give him to rest? That decision is still TBD.
Kahn: Will The Nationals Win In October?The Washington Nationals have had plenty of success in recent years—just not in the playoffs.
Strasburg Throws Second Career Complete-Game ShutoutOne of the Nats' aces was absolutely dominant Wednesday.
Dusty Baker Hints Nats' Rotation Strategy ChangingSeptember's roster expansion beckons to a talented but fragile Nationals starting rotation.
Strasburg Strong in Rehab Start, Nears ReturnThe date to circle is Saturday in his hometown of San Diego, which is the next time that the Nationals could not start a starter on regular rest.
Mike Rizzo: No Need to Rush Strasburg BackNationals GM provides updates on key disabled list players.
Strasburg Expected to Make Next Start After Early ExitThe Nats appear to have dodged a bullet.
'Bloody Sunday' Could Change Trade MLB Market for AcesWith only one week to go before the MLB non-waiver trade deadline, two of the game's best left Sunday's game early with injuries.
Neither Strasburg nor Romero Predicts Disabled List TripOptimism reigns even after two pitchers with histories of injuries are suddenly pulled from Sunday's Nationals-Diamondbacks game.
Stephen Strasburg Leaves Game Early With InjuryUh-oh. Strasburg throws his worst game in two years while Dusty Baker downplays injury. Could another trip to the DL be in the cards?
Stephen Strasburg Contemplating Return from the StretchPitching from the stretch has given Strasburg confidence, peace of mind, increased accuracy and the same velocity. So why would he change?
By the Numbers: Stephen Strasburg's DominanceNearly everything he through over his 7 2/3 inning worked, as he threw a career-high 86 strikes in 118 pitches.