On Thursday, July 21, the L.A. Dodgers did something that no team had done in almost a year: defeat Stephen Strasburg. The Dodgers beat Strasburg and the Nats, 6-3, to stop Strasburg’s streak of 13 straight wins to start the 2016 campaign. Strasburg’s last loss was on September 9 of last season, a 5-3 defeat […] The post Strasburg won’t go undefeated but could join elite...
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The Nationals welcome in the Padres searching to get back on track, after losing three of their last four games. Washington split four games with San Diego, winning the first two from June 16-19 at Petco Park. Five Nationals players, including Stephen Strasburg and Daniel Murphy, were invited to last ... Read More
Stephen Strasburg had a historic run, but his winning streak was snapped in a loss to the Dodgers. Michael Jenkins recaps it.
All streaks eventually come to an end. For Stephen Strasburg on Thursday, that happened. Chase Hughes looks at the bright side on SportsNet Central.
Stephen Strasburg entered Thursday's start against the Dodgers with a pristine 13-0 record and hadn't lost since Sept. 9 of 2015. This season, his perfect
The winning streak is over for Stephen Strasburg. But what might be more impressive is how he did not give up after a rocky first two innings. Justin Turner slammed two homers and had five RBIs as the Dodgers built a 6-1 lead through three innings. Turner connected on 3-2 ... Read More
It’s a very short Thursday slate, but fireworks await us with a fantastic duel right out of the chute. We also have an ace in isolation as well. Check ’em out! Julio Urías (LAD) versus Stephen Strasburg (WAS) 12:00 p.m. ET It’s a really lean day pitching-wise as there’s only nine games going and not a ton of intriguing options, but right out of the gate you get a couple...
WASHINGTON -- Stephen Strasburg threw eight masterful innings and bunted in a run and Michael Taylor hit a two-run homer that broke the game open as the Washington Nationals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-1 on Friday night in the first game after the All-Star break.Strasburg (13-0) allowed one run and three hits with six strikeouts. The eight innings tied his longest start of the...
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It turns out the rest might have worked out perfectly for Stephen Strasburg. Or maybe he didn't really need it at all. Strasburg twirled eight innings and allowed only one run, becoming the first National League pitcher since 1912 to start a season 13-0. The Nationals dropped the Pirates 5-1. ... Read More
After missing his last start and being scratched from his upcoming one, something was clearly not right with Stephen Strasburg. The Washington Nationals have decided to not take any chances with the ace, placing him on the DL. Stephen Strasburg has been placed on 15-day DL, retro to 6/16, w/ an upper back strain. A corresponding roster move will be announced tmrw. — #VoteNats...
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