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Strasburg Expected to Make Next Start After Early Exit

WASHINGTON — The Nationals are hopeful that Stephen Strasburg will make his next scheduled start despite exiting Sunday’s outing after two innings with pain in his forearm. 218 more words

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Outlook On Washington Nationals' Championship Prospects When Injury Bug Continues To Hit

Stephen Strasburg, starting pitcher for the Washington Nationals, left his most recent start after only two innings of work due to arm stiffness.  We have heard this script before, right Nats fans?  505 more words

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Nats Notebook- Walking Wounded...

Everybody gets hurt in baseball.  But not all injuries are created equally.  If the Nats were 5-15 when Adam Eaton went down with the knee injury or if the offseason acquisition were hitting .143 at the time, there’d be no continual jab to the ribs every time one saw Brian Goodwin leading off.   420 more words

'Bloody Sunday' Could Change Trade MLB Market for Aces

WASHINGTON — At approximately the same time that Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg was leaving the mound with another case of “achy” forearm, Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was leaving the mound with another bout of back tightness. 454 more words

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Neither Strasburg nor Romero Predicts Disabled List Trip

WASHINGTON — The bad news is that both Washington Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg and reliever Enny Romero were pulled from Sunday’s game with injuries. The good news is that both were optimistic in the aftermath. 435 more words

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Stephen Strasburg Leaves Game Early With Injury

WASHINGTON — Yikes. Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg lost control of his command in the second inning of Sunday’s game vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks, walking the eighth and ninth batters in the D-Backs lineup. 508 more words

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Reds vs Nationals - July 17, 2017

Someone please tell the Reds that the second half has started, alright? The Cincinnati Reds (39-52) will try to avoid a four-game sweep at home today at 12:35 against the Washington Nationals (55-36). 431 more words

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