Washington Post "It started with conversations last season, when Stephen Strasburg asked Jordan Zimmermann and Dan Haren about they threw their slider and cutter. It evolved this offseason, when Strasburg fiddled with a grip and a release. It was unveiled Tuesday afternoon, when Strasburg rifled a slider – a new..." February 18
Stephen Strasburg says he's fully recovered from surgery to remove bone chips from his elbow, says he's 100 percent for start of camp.
Hardball Talk "The Nationals and right-handed starter Stephen Strasburg have agreed to a one-year, $3.975 million deal with performance bonuses, avoiding arbitration. The report comes to us from Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Strasburg, 25, was eligible for arbitration for the first time and is entering 2014 with..." January 11
Washington Post "Stephen Strasburg pitched with discomfort in his forearm, the result of small bone chips in his right elbow, for a “good amount” of the 2013 season, his agent Scott Boras said yesterday at the GM Meetings. Strasburg underwent surgery Oct. 25 to describe what the Nationals described as “loose..." November 14
Masn "The Nationals announced this morning that three players - Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper and Adam LaRoche - underwent "successful" surgery this week. All three guys are expected to be ready for the start of spring training. Strasburg underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips from his..." October 26
CBSSports.com "Right-hander Stephen Strasburg has been cleared to return to the Nationals rotation on Saturday reports Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post. He had been sidelined since September 9 with forearm tightness. Strasburg 25 was originally scheduled to start on Thursday but his start was pushed back..." September 20
Per Davey Strasburg scratched tomorrow. To start Saturday. Davey being cautious after he had a little trouble getting loose. Gio tomorrow.
Davey hadn't gotten a report on Strasburg's throwing session but McCatty says it went fine. Strasburg on track to start Saturday.
Washington Post "Two days after throwing a clean bullpen session Stephen Strasburg was scratched from his Thursday start as a precaution after he had some trouble getting loose while playing catch on Wednesday Nationals Manager Davey Johnson said. Strasburg was also scratched from his last start last Friday..." September 19
Per Davey Stephen Strasburg had no issue with his bullpen session and is on track to start Thursday. Strasburg: "It was good."
Davey says Strasburg will play catch tomorrow and if all goes well he'll throw a bullpen the 16th and be good to start the 19th
CBSSports.com "Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg has been scratched from Friday's scheduled start for an unknown reason. Fellow righty Ross Ohlendorf will start in his place. James Wagner of the Washington Post notes the 25-year-old Strasburg felt tightness in his hamstring 11 days ago but it's unclear..." September 13
CSN Washington "Major League Baseball has determined neither Stephen Strasburg nor Davey Johnson will be suspended after each was ejected from the Nationals' game Saturday night in Atlanta essentially ruling Strasburg did not intentionally throw at Braves shortstop Andrelton Simmons. No announcement has been..." August 21
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "What better way for Francisco Liriano to rebound from his worst outing of the year than by pitching his best outing in years? Liriano took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning and bested Stephen Strasburg in a pitchers' duel as the Pirates beat the Washington Nationals 4-2 Wednesday night at..." July 25
Washington Post "Toward the end of last season, Stephen Strasburg and some of the team’s fan base pleaded with the Washington Nationals organization to put the ball in the pitcher’s hands rather than shut him down early as a preventative measure following Tommy John elbow surgery. Now with those health concerns..." June 28
Hardball Talk "From beat writer James Wagner of the Washington Post comes word that the Nationals have, as scheduled, activated ace right-hander Stephen Strasburg from the 15-day disabled list. Strasburg will return to the Nats’ starting rotation on Sunday afternoon to face the Indians after sitting out the past..." June 16
Washington Times "Stephen Strasburg had a bullpen session at Coors Field on Thursday morning and the Washington Nationals’ right-hander, who has been out since May 31 with a Grade 1 strain of his right lat muscle, was cleared to start Sunday against the Cleveland Indians. Strasburg, who was pulled after his second..." June 13
Stephen Strasburg already completed his sim game at Coors Field. Threw to a few teammates. Seems he was still alive when he left the mound.
Davey says Strasburg is set to throw a simulated game Tuesday in Colorado.
CBSSports.com "The Nationals and Reds both lost their ace to injury on Wednesday. Stephen Strasburg and Johnny Cueto were placed on the 15-day DL with lat strains. Strasburg, 24, left last Friday's start with what was originally called an oblique injury, but an MRI showed it was really Grade I lat strain. The..." June 06
Rizzo says on his radio show Detwiler will start Sat. either in D.C. or on rehab. Sounds to me like he doesn't expect Strasburg to be ready.
Strasburg did not have bullpen session. Placed on DL.
Washington Post "The Nationals have placed ace Stephen Strasburg on the disabled list with a Grade 1 right lat muscle strain in his lower back. Strasburg exited his start Friday in Atlanta after only two innings when he aggravated the lat muscle, in which he had been feeling tightness for several..." June 05
Washington Post "As he recovers from a Grade 1 lat strain in his lower back, Stephen Strasburg played catch for the second consecutive day this afternoon. He could still make his next start Saturday against the Twins, depending on how he responds to a bullpen session scheduled for tomorrow. Strasburg exited his..." June 05
Davey says Strasburg scheduled to throw tomorrow. If goes well, would start Saturday vs Twins.
#Nats head trainer Lee Kuntz clarifies that MRI of Stephen Strasburg showed a Grade 1 strain of R lat muscle. Doesn't change outlook or ...
The #nats do not plan to place Strasburg on the DL immediately. Going to see how he feels, could skip his spot until June 8.
SI.com "Stephen Strasburg didn’t come out to pitch the third inning of Friday night’s game between the Nationals and Braves in Atlanta after exhibiting a sudden velocity drop and apparent discomfort in the bottom of the second inning. The Washington Post‘s Adam Kilgore reports Strasburg left the game with..." June 01
Washington Times "The first third of the season has seen a number of games the Nationals would like to forget. At the head of the list is likely the pre-Mother’s Day Meltdown. It was an 8-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs on May 11 that dropped Stephen Strasburg’s record to 1-5. The afternoon was notable not so much..." May 29
San Diego Union-Tribune "If you want to get to know the real Stephen Strasburg, you do not put him on a podium, conference call or radio show. You don’t write him an email or send him a text, and you certainly don’t shove a microphone in his face. No, if you want to get to know the real Stephen Strasburg, you simply..." May 16
Washington Post "Stephen Strasburg always pitches under a spotlight, but Saturday took the mound under more scrutiny than usual. After his last start, Monday night in Atlanta, Manager Davey Johnson caused alarm by saying Strasburg had “tightness” in his forearm. The next day, General Manager Mike Rizzo scuttled..." May 05
Davey said Stephen Strasburg's bullpen session today went well. Didn't feel any discomfort. #nats
Washington Post "Stephen Strasburg relaxed on a black couch in the Nationals clubhouse Tuesday afternoon, chatting with catcher Kurt Suzuki. If there was any lingering concern over the forearm tightness he was feeling the previous night in a 3-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves, the right-hander didn’t show it. This..." May 01
CSN Washington "His overall numbers — 3.13 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, nearly one strikeout per inning — are by no means cause for alarm. Those are the numbers you'd expect from a good major-league pitcher. With Stephen Strasburg, though, the bar has been set exceedingly high, in part due to the hype surrounding the young..." April 30
Washington Post "Following a scare Monday night regarding “tightness” in Stephen Strasburg’s forearm, Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo said Tuesday morning that the ace’s right arm is “structurally perfect” and he is not expected to miss a start. Rizzo said Strasburg has “no problem” and only suffered..." April 30
Dave's says Strasburg has tightness in forearm. Getting medication. Doctors examining.
Washington Post "The biggest single reason Stephen Strasburg lost his fourth straight start on Wednesday as the Washington Nationals fell below .500 is because he won’t throw “strike one.” He can. But he doesn’t. He says he will. Then he backslides. He talks about pitching to contact, quick outs, efficiency and..." April 25
New York Daily News "Even the most ardent Mets fan would have to admit there have been precious few must-see games involving the Mets in recent years. But Friday night at Citi Field was different. It was electric, the way it was when Doc and Straw and Keith and The Kid played before raucous packed houses night in and..." April 20
Washington Post "The Mets host the Nationals this weekend and baseball eyes are turning toward Citi Field. Friday’s series opener features Stephen Strasburg and Matt Harvey, two of the most exciting young arms in the major leagues. Harvey’s name should be familiar by now, with 10 big-league starts under his belt..." April 19
New York Post "This is the night Matt Harvey has been waiting for his entire pitching life. The Mets, already in a world of hurt, need Harvey to rise to the challenge tonight and beat Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals. You can be sure Harvey, the young power right-hander who is making only the 14th start..." April 19
MLB.com "A youthful Marlins squad kept their emotions under control on Monday afternoon in jammed-packed Nationals Park. But they were unable to keep Bryce Harper in check. Harper belted two solo home runs off Ricky Nolasco, and that was all Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals needed to edge the..." April 01
Washington Times "For years the Washington Nationals and their fans waited for this day. Their two phenoms on the same field performing the way they envisioned back when being favored to win a World Series was something meant mostly for other teams. This is the year it’s supposed to all come together for the..." April 01
Washington Post "In the fall of 2008, as the clutches of the modern hype machine lunged for Stephen Strasburg, he received a phone call from an old baseball coach. Brian Cain invited him to watch the San Diego Show, the elite travel team for which Strasburg had once pitched. Cain had recruited a 15-year-old from..." March 30
Nats Insider "The ball came screaming off Prince Fielder's bat, struck Stephen Strasburg's left arm and then careened into shallow center field as the crowd of 7,199 at Space Coast Stadium let out a collective gasp followed by a momentary holding of the breath as the Nationals' trainer and pitching coach jogged..." March 22
Washington Post "Stephen Strasburg fired 93 pitches through the brisk evening air tonight, which for him represented something more than a typical spring training checkpoint. In his major league career, Strasburg had surpassed that 93-pitch mark in only 24 starts. He has not often carried that kind of workload,..." March 17
Yahoo! Sports "If the regular season started tomorrow we don't think that would be seen enough for Stephen Strasburg. The Washington Nationals ace was in mid-season form on Saturday striking out eight Houston Astros over five and one-third fantastic innings. Or maybe Strasburg's spring training form is simply..." March 17
CSN Washington "Not that there was any uncertainty about it, but Davey Johnson made it official nonetheless this morning: Stephen Strasburg will start Opening Day for the Nationals. "I guess you want me to say it," the 70-year-old manager said. "He's going to be my Opening Day starter. You drug it out of..." March 13
Washington Post "Spring training is more about repetitions and less about performance, and that’s exactly what Stephen Strasburg is focusing on at this point. In his second start of the spring, against the Mets on Thursday night in Viera, Strasburg made gradual improvements in certain areas of recent weakness:..." March 01
CSN Washington "Time was, if Stephen Strasburg gave up a home run in the first inning of the first game of spring training, the rest of the Nationals dugout would have been ready to brace for impact. "I think last year at this time, if he would've done what he did in that first inning, we would have seen..." February 24
Washington Post "The paper cups, packs of sunflower seeds and water bottles inside the Washington Nationals’ dugout remained in their places, pardoned by the new, collected Stephen Strasburg. The first inning of his first spring training start had been, in Strasburg’s own words, “a bit of a debacle,” replete with..." February 24