Narozen: 20. 7. 1988 (San Diego, CA) Pálka: R Hody: R Výška: 6-4 (193 cm) Váha: 235 lbs. (107 kg) College: San Diego State Draft: 2009 - 1st round (1st pick) by the Washington Nationals
The Nationals qualified for the playoffs in three of the previous five years, yet injuries have limited Stephen Strasburg to just one postseason start in that span. Left largely without the All-Star right-hander, Washington lost the opening series each time. If Strasburg keeps up his current level, postseason failures may ... (více...)
Nats 'very confident' with Strasburg in top form
(18. 9. 2017, 08:14:01, MLB.com)
If the Dodgers and Nationals meet again next month - and barring something very odd during the next two weeks, that wouldn't happen until the NLCS - Washington has a reason to believe it won't be doomed to repeat a similar fate after losing Game 5 of the NLDS at home. His name is Stephen Strasburg. (více...)
Strasburg fans eight in victory over Dodgers
(18. 9. 2017, 05:42:20, mlb.com)
Nationals righty Stephen Strasburg won after allowing one run on three hits and three walks with eight strikeouts in six innings vs. the Dodgers on Sunday.
Spin: Strasburg (14-4, 2.60 ERA) saw his scoreless innings streak come to an end at 35 in the second inning, but he started a new one by not allowing another run for the remainder of his start. He has been on fire in six starts since returning from the DL, going 4-1 with a 0.44 ERA and a 0.76 WHIP with a 49:7 K/BB ratio in 41 innings. He'll look to keep rolling against a depleted Mets lineup at home on Sept. 23. (více...)
Stephen Strasburg racked up eight strikeouts over six innings
(18. 9. 2017, 05:42:18, rotoworld.com)
Stephen Strasburg racked up eight strikeouts over six innings of one-run ball in Sunday night's victory over the Dodgers. Strasburg scattered three hits and three walks on the night. [...] (více...)
Stephen Strasburg and his scoreless inning streak get national spotlight on ESPNâ€™s Sunday Night Baseball...
(17. 9. 2017, 17:14:01, Federal Baseball)
Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals try to avoid a sweep in the series finale with the Dodgers in D.C.
Dusty Baker told MLB Network Radio hosts Casey Stern and Cliff Floyd this past week that Stephen Strasburgâ€™s recent run of success, which includes 34 straight scoreless innings on the mound, could be traced to the decision to place the 29-year-old right-hander on the Disabled List earlier this season.
Baker said it was GM Mike Rizzo, who took a ton of abuse for shutting Strasburg down in September of 2012, when Washington was on its way to the first of four postseason appearances in the last six seasons, who made the decision to keep Strasburg out of the rotation when a right elbow nerve impingement cropped up in July (více...)