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Topic - Stephen Strasburg
After living the drama of the Bryce Harper benching, the Nats rebounded with perhaps their most important result of the season.
The Cardinals managed to score twice against Stephen Strasburg while starter Shelby Miller kept the Nationals offense quiet. Nine outs away from taking yet another series from Washington, St. Louis' defense and bullpen couldn't finish the job.
On Thursday's 'The Baseball Show,' one segment featured a discussion about the early season struggles of Stephen Strasburg.
Stephen Strasburg lasted only four innings and gave up six runs, including three on a homer by Giancarlo Stanton. Washington managed only one hit in seven innings against Tom Koehler.
Lou Holder talks about Stephen Strasburg's tough day in Miami and the significance of the Wizards' final regular season game in Boston.
Stephen Strasburg's rough night in Miami was a continuation of what has been a growing problem for the Nationals early on this season.
A day after Jordan Zimmermann and the Nationals rebounded with a 9-2 win over the Marlins, Stephen Strasburg (1-1, 4.24) will take the ball looking to build off his strong outing against Miami just five days ago.
Stephen Strasburg against the woebegone Miami Marlins figured to be no contest, and it was.
The pitch was high and inside to the Washington Nationals' Ian Desmond, and he didn't like it. So he hollered at Miami Marlins pitcher Tom Koehler and spat toward the mound.
Stephen Strasburg was exceptionally sharp, carving up the Marlins' lineup for 6 2/3 innings with 12 strikeouts along the way on Thursday.
After Stephen Strasburg failed to get out of the fifth inning in his second start this season, he had a little chat with Nationals teammate Ian Desmond about changing his approach on the mound.
Miami Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee did his best to look on the bright side Thursday.
Stephen Strasburg was superb and Ian Desmond's grand slam broke the game open in a 7-1 Nationals win Thursday afternoon.
Today Stephen Strasburg (0-1, 6.10) will make his third start of the 2014 season as the Nationals look for a sweep of the Miami Marlins.
All afternoon long at Nationals Park on Thursday, Stephen Strasburg won almost every battle. By the end of his day he struck out 12 batters, preserved a weary bullpen and gave the Nats a chance to win a game where they ultimately prevailed 7-1.
"He's a bulldog," Stephen Strasburg said. "He's not scared of anybody. That's why he's on this team and that's why he's going to be put in those positions many times this year."
"He's a bulldog," Strasburg said about Barrett. "He's not scared of anybody."