MIAMI — By now, it’s an all-too-standard operating procedure for the Nationals: Watch an injured in a rehab game, then reserve judgment until morning. Wait and see, then decide what’s next.Stephen Strasburg threw his first rehab outing Wednesday night, and Thursday morning, Nationals Manager Matt Williams reported Strasburg felt fine. Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg will try it again Wednesday. He is scheduled to pitch in a rehab game for Class AAA Syracuse, his first in-game work since July 4 when he strained his left oblique midway through what looked destined to be one of his best outings of the season. Show More Summary
Take a deep breath, because here comes a stream of updates and news on injured and rehabbing Nationals.>>> Stephen Strasburg threw 51 pitches over three simulated innings in a live bullpen session Friday afternoon, sitting down and getting back up like a game. He faced Emmanuel Burriss and Jose Lobaton.Read full article >>
PITTSBURGH — The Washington Nationals were built around their starting pitching. That group of talented arms, even without Stephen Strasburg, has taken on an even greater importance with the lineup missing five projected everyday players, as it was Thursday. Show More Summary
There's no denying that the first half of the season was a disaster for Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg, but he is primed for a huge second half when he returns from the disabled list. Although his 2015 season...Show More Summary
Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg threw off a mound Tuesday afternoon, something he has not done since straining his left oblique on July 4. He threw 30 pitches, including a few breaking balls, fastballs and change-ups. according to Nationals Manager Matt Williams. That all marks progress, provided Strasburg feels fine tomorrow. Show More Summary
The Nationals have not announced a starter for Tuesday night’s game against the Mets, though they’ll need one to fill in for Stephen Strasburg. The right-hander is working his way back from the strained left oblique he suffered on July 4, likely to throw a bullpen sometime this week, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said this weekend.Read full article >>
The Nationals have reached the all-star break with, by some measures, one of the best rotations in baseball. While Max Scherzer has been dominant, Doug Fister and Stephen Strasburg have been either inconsistent or injured. Gio Gonzalez, too, has been up and down, but more up of late. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg is injured again. Here's how he can fix it.
Stephen Strasburg's difficult year for the Washington Nationals got a little more disappointing, as the right-hander was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain on July 5, just three starts after returning fromShow More Summary
Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg is headed for the 15-day disabled list after suffering a strained oblique on Saturday. Strasburg had a bad Independence Day as he left the game in just the fourth inning. He had...Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg’s every hangnail used to be cause for heart palpitations, because this was the Washington Nationals’ ace, their first, their last, their everything. Sunday night at Nationals Park, they handed out Strasburg bobbleheads...Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg‘s return to dominance will have to wait, stalled by another out-of-the-blue injury in the midst of what his teammates thought was his most impressive outing of the season. The Nationals‘ right-hander left Saturday’s game in the fourth inning after feeling tightness in his left side. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper homered, Tyler Moore drove in four runs and the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants 9-3 on Saturday despite Stephen Strasburg exiting in the fourth inning with an apparent injury.
Washington Nationals' RHP Stephen Strasburg left Saturday's game against the San Francisco Giants in the fourth inning because of an injury.
The whole thing was going so well. Stephen Strasburg was in the midst of a near-perfect July 4 outing, backing the Nats’ three first-inning runs against Madison Bumgarner with his usual stuff and strong command. Then, with two outs in the fourth, it was over. Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg's difficult year for the Washington Nationals got a little more harsh, as the right-hander left Saturday's game against the San Francisco Giants with an injury. Continue for updates. Strasburg Leaves in Fourth Inning Saturday,...Show More Summary
The Nationals and Giants will play on Fourth of July morning in a game featuring a matchup worthy of the occasion: Giants’ left-hander Madison Bumgarner and Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg. Denard Span is not in the Nationals lineup Saturday, getting a day of rest after starting Friday night’s game, so Michael A. Show More Summary
Like a lot of people, Curt Schilling had lofty expectations for Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg when the No. 1 pick in the 2009 draft was tearing through the minor leagues during his rookie season.Read full article >>
Stephen Strasburg threw seven strong innings Sunday afternoon, allowing two runs on four hits with nine strikeouts and just one walk. But the most optimistic sign that Strasburg may be able to reclaim the magic from earlier in his career is the reappearance of his change-up, which had been thrown with less frequency before he went on the disabled list.Read full article >>