Stephen Strasburg overcame eight hits in seven innings to improve to 4-0 on the season as the Washington Nationals beat the St. Louis Cardinals last night 5-4. Read more...
Michael A. Taylor hits a leadoff homer to end a 22-inning scoreless drought, and Stephen Strasburg has a strong outing as Washington beats St. Louis.
Ross returns to the rotation Saturday against the Cardinals while Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer remain on regular rest.
On the cutter/slider, and how Stephen Strasburg is getting even better these days.
Strasburg returns from illness as Baker gives Taylor and Werth a day off.
Roark, who started last Thursday's home opener, will be starting six days rest.
Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg is battling an illness and will be scratched from Wednesday's start as a result. Continue for updates. Tanner Roark to Start for Strasburg vs. Braves Wednesday, April 13 The Nationals...Show More Summary
The Nationals' record-setting ace seemed to add to his already devastating repertoire Wednesday night, but would not acknowledge that he had done so.
Stephen Strasburg will start the second game of the season for the Nationals at the Atlanta Braves, a switch from Washington's original plan.
Rain cut short Adam Wainwright's and Stephen Strasburg's final spring starts, canceling the game between the Washington Nationals and the St. Louis Cardinals in the top of the fourth inning Tuesday.
Plus, notes on days off, Danny Espinosa, Anthony Rendon and more.
Manager Dusty Baker says all signs point to Scherzer being the opening day pitcher.
Stephen Strasburg threw four solid innings in his third start of the spring as the Washington Nationals beat an Atlanta Braves split-squad 9-7 on Chris Heisey's game-ending three-run home run.
At his new pitching coach's urging, the Nationals ace is working on the little things as he works his way through spring training.
Stephen Strasburg threw three solid innings in his second spring training start as the Washington Nationals defeated the New York Mets 9-5 on Friday.
Nationals aces past and present matched up for a few innings Saturday as the Nats moved to 3-1 in Grapefruit League play.
Rizzo said Strasburg is a "guy we'd like to have long-term" and wouldn't put a timetable on any discussions.
VIERA, Fla. — Stephen Strasburg already knew this year was going to be different. New manager. New expectations. Free agent at year's end. But a clue as to how strange things could get arrived the other day during a conversation with the new skipper, Dusty Baker. Now, understand, Baker knows everybody. Show More Summary
VIERA, Fla. -- Stephen Strasburg, the longest-tenured pitcher on the Nationals roster, is a free agent at the end of the season. While he might appear poised to test free agency, Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo said Strasburg is a “guy we’d like to have long-term.”Read full article >>
The Washington Nationals roll into the 2016 season focused on a single question: Can they zap the memory of last year's embarrassing implosion and claw back to the postseason? As spring gives way to summer, however, another questionShow More Summary