Stephen Strasburg’s weary elbow was stiff and in dire need of rest, so the Washington Nationals put their winningest pitcher on the 15-day disabled list Monday. The right-hander (15-4, 3.59 earned-run average) was willing to pitch through the pain for the NL East-leading Nationals, but Manager...
Cole pitches seven innings after replacing the injured right-hander, but Washington falls to Baltimore, 4-3.
For as long as baseball teams must rely on pitchers’ arms, there are no sure things in MLB.
The clubs open their home-and-home series with two games at Camden Yards.
A.J. Cole will start in place of Strasburg, who has a sore elbow.
A look at the right-hander's injury history, which has included several short-term problems over the last two seasons.
The Washington Nationals have placed pitcher Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow soreness, calling up A.J. Cole in his place. Continue for updates. Strasburg Suffers Elbow Injury Monday, Aug. 22 Physical setbacks...Show More Summary
Mike Maddux says the right-hander is "fine" health-wise, and that he does not believe he is tipping pitches, both of which were natural questions after his last three outings.
Comeback falls short after right-hander gives up nine runs in less than two innings.
The Nationals' starter has relied on his change-up less in August than in previous months.
Ace struggles for the second straight start as Atlanta makes him pay for his mistakes.
Eduardo Nunez led the way as the San Francisco Giants bested Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg.
Strasburg doesn’t make it out of the fifth inning in a loss against San Francisco.
The trio of future 2016 All-Stars took home a bronze medal from Beijing.
Murphy was named the NL player of the month while Strasburg earned the league's pitching honors.
Anthony Rendon drove in three runs, Daniel Murphy went 3 for 3, and Stephen Strasburg got his major league-leading 15th win as the Washington Nationals beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 14-1 Monday night.
After Washington scores 12 runs in four games against the Giants, they total 14 in one night as the Nats’ starter improves to 15-1.
Stephen Strasburg shut down Cleveland for seven innings and bounced back from his only loss this season, leading the Washington Nationals to a 4-1 win over the Indians on Wednesday.
Stephen Strasburg pitches seven scoreless innings and Trea Turner drives in three runs as Washington heads to California.
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