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Posts Tagged ‘Stephen Strasburg.’

Washington Nationals dilemma: Strasburg innings to be limited even if needed in pennant race

Stephen Strasburg (photo by dbking, Kanesue via wikipedia commons)

If the Washington Nationals are going to get into the playoffs, they’ll have to be very creative with the innings pitched by staff ace, 24-year-old Stephen Strasburg.

Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo has been saying for weeks that the former San Diego State star will not pitch more than 180 innings in 2012.

So far, Strasburg is on pace to pitch 184.1 innings in a very solid year so far.

In April 2012, Strasburg accumulated an NL-best 34 strikeouts and second-best 1.13 ERA. He totaled 6 walks and did not give up a home run. Consequently he was named National League Player of the Month.  On May 20, Strasburg went 2-for-2 as a hitter in a game against the Baltimore Orioles and hit his first career home run, a solo shot off of Wei-Yin Chen.

In his June 13 start against the Toronto Blue Jays, Strasburg became the first pitcher of the year to strike out 100 batters.

On July 1, Strasburg was elected to his first All-Star Game.

The Washington Nationals have been controlling the National League East since the early days of the season.

 

Info compiled from MLB, Washington Nationals, Radio & TV news

Strasburg will be put on innings limit in 2012 by Nationals

 

Stephen Strasburg in June 2010 (photo by dbking via wikipedia commons)

Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg will be on an innings limit next season as he progresses with his comeback from reconstructive surgery on is pitching elbow.

Strasburg had his ligament-replacement surgery last September, then returned to the Nationals this month.

He’ll be making his fifth start of his comeback against the Florida Marlins on the last day of the 2011 MLB regular season which is Wednesday.

Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo told the media on Sunday that he has a pre-determined amount of innings that Strasburg will throw next year. Speculation has it around 160-165 innings.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & the Washington Nationals

The moment all Reds fans have been waiting for: Aroldis Chapman will be called up Tuesday

Cincinnati Reds prospect, lefty Aroldis Chapman, who along with Washington’s Stephen Strasburg, have been the talk of Major and Minor League baseball all season long.

Chapman has been dazzling Triple-A International League batters all season while pitching for Louisville. But now, the Cincinnati Reds feel its time to bring him to the majors and it’ll happen Tuesday (Today).

Aroldis Chapman getting the big league call-up (WAXX TV photo)

The move will automatically make Chapman eligible for postseason play. Traditionally, players must be on a team’s 25-man active roster by August 31 to be eligible for the playoffs, which is the main reason Cincinnati is planning to also activate veteran right-hander Aaron Harang on Tuesday.

The 22-year-old Chapman, is 9-6 in 2010 with eight saves and a 3.57 ERA in 39 games, including 13 starts. He has piled up 125 strikeouts with 52 walks in 95 2/3 innings and opponents are batting only .218 against the Cuban lefty.

compiled from staff & Cincinnati Reds news

Washington pitching phenom Strasburg back on DL

Stephen Strasburg, the talk of Major League Baseball all season long, has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Washington Nationals. He has an injured right forearm.

The 22-year-old had an MRI done on Sunday and the team wants him to get a second opinion and to do a second procedure to better diagnose the injury.

Stephen Strasburg (MLB)

Strasburg left Saturday’s game against Philadelphia in the fifth inning. He has a record of 5-3 in 12 starts with an ERA of 2.91.

This is the second time the the top draft pick of 2009, has been placed on the disabled list after being called up from Triple-A Syracuse in June.

compiled from Washington Nationals & Major League Baseball news

Strasburg out indefinitely with inflamed shoulder

Stephen Strasburg has come face-to-face with the first snag in his major league career.

He was warming up at Nationals Park for a start against the Atlanta Braves,and after a six pitches, Washington pitching coach Steve McCatty  noticed he could not get loose. Strasburg told McCatty that he felt stiff.

Stephen Strasburg (mlb)

McCatty told general manager Mike Rizzo immediately and he was scratched from the lineup.

Strasburg was checked out by a team doctor and sent out for an MRI and X-ray exam. Mike Rizzo said the tests showed no structural problems and that the diagnosis is inflammation.

The 22-year-old Strasburg will be considered day-to-day.

In nine starts this season, Strasburg is 5-2 with a 2.32 ERA, 75 strikeouts and 15 walks in 54 1/3 innings.

The Nationals have been quite careful with their “Franchise Pitcher”. They’ve said all along that his season will end  when he reaches 160 innings whether it be in August or September. So far, including his stint in the minors, he has thrown 109 2/3 innings.

info compiled from staff, wire and Washington Nationals news

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