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Stephen Strasburg

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  • Will Strasburg's comeback succeed?

    Ask again next year Dave van Dyck Chicago Tribune History suggests Stephen Strasburg should be just fine — maybe. Most pitchers who return from elbow ligament surgery are as good — in some cases better — than before the operation....
  • Liriano deal is a for Sale sign

    Liriano deal is a for Sale sign
    There are a lot of ways to look at the Chicago White Sox’s surprising trade for Minnesota Twins left-hander Francisco Liriano, and all of them seem good. First, White Sox general manager Ken Williams acquired the most important element in the...
  • Is concern about Sale, Strasburg justified?

    Facing a dilemma Jim Peltz Los Angeles Times Of course the concern is justified; both pitchers are young (Chris Sale of the White Sox is 23; Stephen Strasburg of the Nationals is 24) and both will be key figures in the long-term success of their clubs,...
  • Orioles tweak weekend rotation, rest Wei-Yin Chen, Miguel Gonzalez

    Orioles tweak weekend rotation, rest Wei-Yin Chen, Miguel Gonzalez
    In an attempt to keep their most consistent pitcher fresh for the stretch run, the Orioles have pushed back rookie lefty  Wei-Yin Chen’s next start. With Thursday’s day off, Chen, who beat the Tigers in Detroit on Sunday, could have pitched...
  • Three Things on Jake Long, Vontae Davis and Stephen Strasburg

    Three Things to consider on this still-soggy sports Tuesday: Thing 1: Jake Long’s knee injury during practice on Monday marks the third straight year the Miami Dolphins’ franchise left tackle has suffered a significant physical setback....
  • Adam Jones, Nick Markakis power Orioles to 6-5 win over Nationals

    Adam Jones, Nick Markakis power Orioles to 6-5 win over Nationals
    In their most recent hot stretch, the Orioles have milked the drama -- with their previous seven wins coming by a margin of three runs or fewer. For much of Saturday’s 6-5 victory, the trend looked like it finally would end, with their most...
  • Pre-game notes: Orioles looking for sweep in D.C.

    Pre-game notes: Orioles looking for sweep in D.C.
    The Orioles head into today's series finale against the Nationals as winners of nine straight road games, looking to tie their longest road winning streak since Aug. 29-Sept. 24, 1999. A win today would also set a new season-high winning streak of six...
  • Orioles notes: Team awaits tough decisions when players get healthy

    Orioles notes: Team awaits tough decisions when players get healthy
    Last week, Orioles manager Buck Showalter and executive vice president Dan Duquette were knee deep in personnel decisions, trying to figure out how to fortify a battered 25-man roster. Eventually, perhaps fairly soon, Showalter and Duquette will have...
  • Cardinals tie division series with 12-4 rout of Nationals

    Cardinals tie division series with 12-4 rout of Nationals
    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Carlos Beltran hit the last two of St. Louis' four homers and the Cardinals chased an ineffective Jordan Zimmermann early in a 12-4 rout of the Washington Nationals on Monday night that tied their NL division series at one game apiece....
  • With two degrees, Calvert Hall grad Bobby Lucas Jr. armed for success in Nationals' system and off the field

    With two degrees, Calvert Hall grad Bobby Lucas Jr. armed for success in Nationals' system and off the field
    Bobby Lucas Jr. has an out pitch. It's not a 99 mph fastball that makes hitters flail or a nasty curve that causes them to freeze. It's the confidence that comes from having completed his education at George Washington University after being drafted...
  • Chance to win with Nationals made difference, Haren says

    Dan Haren, one of baseball's best right-handed starting pitchers for a half-decade, needed to choose this winter where to continue his career. He used a rationale that, while sound, for generations would have constituted pure fantasy. Haren came to...