The Nationals haven't announced who will pitch Monday against the Rockies.
Bullpen delivers two scoreless innings — not without drama — to preserve 3-2 win that includes Ryan Zimmerman’s fifth home run.
Stephen Strasburg, defense and bullpen come through on quiet day for Washington’s offense.
Lineups and more from rainy Nationals Park.
The right-hander pitched efficiently and effectively, which is what the Nationals hope he can stay healthy enough to do all season.
Strasburg survived unscathed, which is priority number one at this time of year.
The two aces will both be with the club for at least the next three seasons and should keep the Nats in contention.
The Nats' homegrown ace will start his fourth Opening Day, as expected all spring.
A quick look at how the Nationals' rotation might line up when the season begins.
When Strasburg got roughed up in his last outing, he and his pitching coach went looking for a solution. Plus, the Nationals make another round of cuts.
Washington starter allows six runs across two innings against the Cardinals on Wednesday, but neither he nor his manager read much into it.
Strasburg threw all of his 23 pitches Friday out of the stretch.
One ace will make his first Grapefruit League start. The other is slated to throw his third bullpen of the Spring on Thursday.
Strasburg threw 23 pitches and had no trouble Thursday.
A thinner and healthy Strasburg is determined to stay healthy all season.
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At Winterfest, the right-hander said the slider generated soreness after the starts.
The two homegrown stars, around whom health concerns swirled all season, seem likely to be good to go for spring training — barring anything unforeseen.
Strasburg was supposed to throw 35 pitches, but fell a few short.