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Stephen Strasburg experienced his first bump in the seemingly freshly paved road back to the major leagues when he needed 25 pitches to get his first out. It took him 33 pitches to get through the first inning and with his final 16 he got two outs in the second inning.
Bryce Harper took an outside strike and shot a disapproving glance at the umpire.
The words carried through the press box that shook after each gust of wind. Past the can of Raid Wasp and Hornet spray. Over the frantic cries crackling from walkie-talkies to find the mayor for the first pitch.
"He launched a one-hopper, perfect," Daubach said. "The runner was stunned."
"He's a very aggressive player, which is great," said Hagerstown manager Brian Daubach, who played eight seasons in the majors, mixed in with parts of 14 years in the minors. "It's always easier to rein a guy in a little bit instead of getting a passive guy to play aggressive and take extra bases. We talk about the right situations to be aggressive, just really trying to think before the play happens."