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Stephen Strasburg

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Injury Breakdown: Strasburg’s Predictable Tear

Stephen Strasburg’s unorthodox delivery coupled with the extraordinary pace of his pitches is thought by many to have made his elbow more vulnerable.


Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg talks to the media about his injury during a press conference before a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals, Friday, Aug. 27, 2010, in Washington. Strasburg has a torn elbow ligament and will likely have Tommy John surgery, bringing the pitcher's promising rookie season to an abrupt end. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

Strasburg Vows Strong Return From Tommy John Surgery

Stephen Strasburg had to get through a few hours of anger, confusion and certainly a few more volatile emotions before he was ready to accept the sobering news expressed in three disheartening words.


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Phenom Stephen Strasburg Facing Tommy John Surgery

Stephen Strasburg has a torn elbow ligament and most likely needs Tommy John surgery, bringing the pitcher’s promising rookie season to an abrupt end.


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Phenom Strasburg Back On DL

Stephen Strasburg is headed back to the disabled list, and his prized right arm will undergo yet another examination that will largely determine whether he pitches again this season.


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Nationals Await Phenom Strasburg’s MRI

Stephen Strasburg’s right arm has the Nationals on edge again. Washington general manager Mike Rizzo said the team will wait for results of an MRI exam on Strasburg before deciding what to do next.


A detailed view of the first overall pick of the Washington Nationals Bryce Harper on the draft board during the MLB First Year Player Draft on June 7, 2010 held in Studio 42 at the MLB Network in Secaucus, New Jersey. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Nats, Top Pick Harper Agree To $9.9M, 5-Year Deal

Bryce Harper. Stephen Strasburg. Negotiating with super-agent Scott Boras right up until the last possible second to get a deal done.



DC Debacle

It was a long afternoon early on for young phenom Stephen Strasburg  –  a 37-pitch first inning will do that to you. Strasburg was bringing it at 97-98 MPH, but 3 walks, a stolen base […]