Jul 6, 2010, 11:32 PM EDT
Stephen Strasburg heard — and was flattered by — all the talk about his possible All-Star candidacy. In the end, though, the rookie ace didn’t believe he deserved that honor only six starts into his big-league career.
“I really didn’t feel like I was qualified to make the team … based on how much experience I have,” Strasburg said before tonight’s game against the Padres. “I’m sure I’ll have opportunities somewhere down the road. But right now, it was never a goal of mine.”
Read more All-Star quotes from Strasburg, and about the Nats’ plan to team up with the Rangers in an attempt to get both Ryan Zimmerman and Michael Young voted in as the final men on each league’s roster, on CSNwashington.com.
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