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  1. Strasburg meets with Nats brass

    Sep 3, 2012, 4:51 PM EST

    US Presswire file photo Stephen Strasburg will hand over the ball to Davey Johnson twice more this year. The Nationals purposely told Stephen Strasburg as little as possible all season about their plan to prematurely shut him down — aside from the fact they would shut him down at some point — to keep the…

  2. Duke, Garcia added to bullpen

    Sep 3, 2012, 4:18 PM EST

    As well as each was pitching all summer at Class AAA Syracuse, neither Zach Duke nor Christian Garcia ever gave serious thought to the possibility of getting promoted to join the Nationals before season's end. Not that they hadn't performed well enough to merit consideration for a promotion. But with the Nationals posting baseball's best…

  3. Elbow again bothering Burnett

    Sep 3, 2012, 3:50 PM EST

    Sean Burnett's recent struggles out of the bullpen haven't been a result only of poor execution but of an elbow issue that plagued the left-hander earlier this summer and has come back to haunt him again. Burnett got treatment after yesterday's game for "a little inflammation" in his throwing elbow, manager Davey Johnson said this…

  4. Rizzo, Strasburg on shutdown

    Sep 3, 2012, 12:01 AM EST

    Photo by AP After six innings of work on Sunday, the Stephen Strasburg innings count now sits at 156.1 and the expected shutdown range of 160-180 innings is quickly approaching. Neither Strasburg, Mike Rizzo, or Davey Johnson will say exactly when he will be shutdown, but it has been narrowed to his next two starts.…

  5. Nats hold on in Strasburg’s gem

    Sep 2, 2012, 11:31 PM EST

    Photo by US-Presswire Stephen Strasburg may have had the worst start of his career just five days ago in Miami, but there were certainly no residual effects on Sunday in Washington’s 4-3 victory over the Cardinals. The Nationals’ ace did not earn the win, but he set his team up with six scoreless innings in…

  6. Instant Analysis: Nats 4, Cardinals 3

    Sep 2, 2012, 8:53 PM EST

    Nats 4, Cardinals 3 Game in a nutshell: Stephen Strasburg started the game strong with six shutout innings, but a rocky seventh by Sean Burnett let the Cardinals back in the game. The Nats were able to respond in the next inning with a two-run rally and take the lead. Kurt Suzuki had a big…

  7. Cardinals playing it by ear with Wainwright

    Sep 2, 2012, 4:57 PM EST

    Photo by US-Presswire After the St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series at the end of last season, it was easy to forget they did it without one of their best pitchers in Adam Wainwright. Coming off of two consecutive seasons where he finished in the top three of Cy Young voting, the All-Star pitcher…

  8. Game 133: Cardinals at Nats

    Sep 2, 2012, 2:47 PM EST

    Photo by Mark Zuckerman / NATS INSIDER Stephen Strasburg starts today's series finale at Nationals Park. This won't be Stephen Strasburg's final start of the season, but the finish line for the Nationals' young ace is without question fast approaching. The club plans to give Strasburg one (maybe two) more appearances after today's outing, so…

  9. Cards steal one from Nats

    Sep 2, 2012, 1:51 AM EST

    Associated Press photo Drew Storen watches Allen Craig score the winning run in the ninth. For five months, the Nationals have known they could lose a game because of their inability to stop opponents from stealing bases off them. When it finally came to fruition Saturday evening, there was nothing they could do but acknowledge…

  10. Instant analysis: Cardinals 10, Nats 9

    Sep 1, 2012, 11:35 PM EST

    US Presswire photo Bryce Harper is congratulated after scoring in the bottom of the first inning. Game in a nutshell: What should have been a fantastic pitchers' duel between two of the NL's best (Jordan Zimmermann and Kyle Lohse) instead turned into a wild slugfest filled with twists and turns. The Nationals stormed out to…





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