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Nats Journal: On rotational depth and where to find it

Jordan Zimmermann is a Detroit Tiger now, and Doug Fister is a Houston Astro. That leaves Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, Tanner Roark and Joe Ross as the 2016 Nationals rotation, one with less room for injuries or underperformance than last year’s depth could endure. Read full article >>

Nats Journal: What should be expected of the Nationals’ rotation in 2016?

One year ago Thursday, Nationals President of Baseball Operations Mike Rizzo helped Max Scherzer put on a Nationals jersey for the first time. Jordan Zimmermann, Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, and Doug Fister had long since been fitted for theirs, so the deepest starting rotation in baseball coalesced in white and red. Show More Summary

Nationals Must Go All-in with Uncertain Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper Futures

The Washington Nationals are in a spot where they can glance back and see a less-than-awesome 2015 season and also look forward at a future that could take both of their biggest homegrown stars away. An enviable spot? Well, no. But if...Show More Summary

Can Kris Bryant Grievance Help Set Stage for End of Service-Time Manipulation?

Fortunately for Jason Heyward, the Atlanta Braves thought they had a chance to win in 2010. Unfortunately for Stephen Strasburg, the Washington Nationals knew they didn't. Both Heyward and Strasburg were young phenoms that spring. The Braves put Heyward on their Opening Day roster. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg had fibrolipoma removed from back, feels healthy going into 2016

Stephen Strasburg, Tommy John survivor, underwent a procedure after this season, too — though this one took about 15 minutes. As was reported by his agent Scott Boras a few weeks ago, Strasburg had what Boras called a “lesion” removed from his upper back. Saturdary at Winterfest, Strasburg explained that lesion was a fibrolipoma, a benign tumor of sorts.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Will the Nationals try to extend Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg this offseason?

NASHVILLE — The Nationals have enough immediate concerns — left-handed hitting to find and a bullpen to rebuild — to keep busy this offseasoln. But the future looms, requiring consideration: Stephen Strasburg will be a free agent after...Show More Summary

Tyson Ross Is the Overlooked Ace of the 2015-16 MLB Offseason

Good morning/afternoon/evening, MLB offseason shoppers. While you're browsing the ace section — ogling a Zack Greinke, drooling over a David Price, maybe checking the sticker on a Stephen Strasburg — can we interest you in somethingShow More Summary

Nats Journal: Notes from the GM meetings: Stephen Strasburg’s trade potential, Nationals offense, and who will lead off?

BOCA RATON, FLA. — The closer a player gets to free agency, the more likely teams are to consider trade proposals. The Nationals listened to trade interest on Stephen Strasburg last winter. But now Strasburg’s 2016 season will be his final one before free agency. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg has growth removed from his back

BOCA RATON, Fla. — Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg had a small non-cancerous growth removed from his back about a month ago in a minor medical procedure, according to his agent Scott Boras. The growth, which Boras...Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Injury: Updates on Nationals P's Recovery from Back Procedure

Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg is recovering after undergoing surgery to remove a growth in his back, per Fox Sports' Jon Morosi. Continue for updates. Scott Boras: Growth 'Caused Discomfort While Pitching' Wednesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Trade Bidding War Will Begin at a King's Ransom

So, you're the Washington Nationals, you've hired a new manager, new pitching coach and you're probably saying farewell to free agent starters Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister. Next question: What's the expiration date for Stephen Strasburg? One...Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Blockbuster Would Be Yankees' Road Back to the Top

Now that all the actual baseballing is over, we can finally turn our attention to the possibility of a Washington Nationals star heading to the Bronx and transforming the New York Yankees. No, not that one. The other one. Stephen Strasburg. Yeah, that one. Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Trade Availability Could Put Halt to Winter Pitching Market

The list of starting pitchers set to hit free agency this winter reads like the notes in the margin of a Cy Young Award ballot. One arm, though, could turn the market on its head — and he's currently signed through 2016. We're talking...Show More Summary

Boswell: Mets show glory and risk of choices with Matt Harvey, Noah Syndergaard

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — This week in the World Series, Matt Harvey and Noah Syndergaard of the New York Mets will go where the Washington Nationals would not allow Stephen Strasburg to tread in 2012 nor Joe Ross to travel in 2015. Read full article >>

MLB Rumors: Analyzing Trade Buzz on Yasiel Puig, Stephen Strasburg and More

The MLB offseason has officially begun for every team save the final four in the playoffs, so trade speculation will continue swirling from now through the Fall Classic and well into the winter. If the caliber of players making headlines...Show More Summary

MLB Trade Rumors: Breaking Down Buzz on Stephen Strasburg, Red Sox and More

For all but four teams in baseball, the offseason has already begun, and so has the speculation and buzz. With the winter meetings about a month-and-a-half away, the rumor mill is starting to buzz once again. Let's break down some of...Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation on Nationals SP

Left searching for answers after their talent-laden roster failed to make the postseason, the Washington Nationals have apparently begun considering putting ace Stephen Strasburg on the trade block. Continue for updates. Nats Thinking About Pre-Emptive Strasburg Deal Sunday, Oct. Show More Summary

Robinson, Strasburg Lead Nationals Past Braves 3-0

4 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Clint Robinson hit a home run and Stephen Strasburg continued his strong September to help the Washington Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves 3-0 on Thursday night.

Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg finishes strong by beating the Braves

ATLANTA — The Washington Nationals season has been over, in practical terms, for about a week. So wondering what could have happened to the Nationals season had Stephen Strasburg not suffered so many injuries is an fruitless endeavor. It is time to get through the final three games of the season and start planning for next year.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Nationals-Braves discussion thread: Game 159

Stephen Strasburg (10-7, 3.63 ERA) can become the first National League pitcher with five straight games of 10-plus strikeouts since Randy Johnson (2002), and the first Nationals/Expos pitcher to do so since Pedro Martinez (1997). Strasburg has been one of the best starters in baseball in the past month. Show More Summary

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