|Sep. 2 3:51 PM PT4:51 PM MT5:51 PM CT6:51 PM ET18:51 ET22:51 GMT6:51 3:51 PM MST5:51 PM EST6:21 PM VEN2:51 UAE (+1)5:51 PM CT-Strasburg won't make his next scheduled start for the Washington Nationals on Friday. Strasburg was limited to four innings by upper back tightness his last outing. The right-hander is scheduled to throw an extended bullpen session Thursday and manager Matt Williams said Strasburg would need at least two days after that before pitching.
Analysis: Williams said it was possible that Strasburg, 8-6 with a 4.35 ERA, could be inserted into the rotation before his next turn but reserved judgment until after the session.
|Aug. 30 12:27 PM PT1:27 PM MT2:27 PM CT3:27 PM ET15:27 ET19:27 GMT3:27 12:27 PM MST2:27 PM EST2:57 PM VEN23:27 UAE2:27 PM CT-Strasburg left Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins after four innings with upper back tightness, but hopes to be ready for his next start.
Analysis: Strasburg left after 60 pitches with the Nationals trailing 4-2, but they rallied for a 7-4 win. Strasburg (8-6, 3.45 ERA) said he felt tightness after his last start, but with normal treatment it went away.
|Aug. 26 12:18 PM PT1:18 PM MT2:18 PM CT3:18 PM ET15:18 ET19:18 GMT3:18 12:18 PM MST2:18 PM EST2:48 PM VEN23:18 UAE2:18 PM CT-Strasburg won for the third time four starts Tuesday, striking out seven while limiting San Diego to two runs and two hits over six innings in an 8-3 victory.
Analysis: Strasburg has reverted to vintage form in his last seven starts, going 5-1 with a 1.51 ERA, striking out 50 over 41 2-3 innings.
|Aug. 20 3:50 PM PT4:50 PM MT5:50 PM CT6:50 PM ET18:50 ET22:50 GMT6:50 3:50 PM MST5:50 PM EST6:20 PM VEN2:50 UAE (+1)5:50 PM CT-Strasburg gave up one unearned run in seven innings in a 4-1 win over Colorado on Wednesday.
Analysis: Strasburg (7-6, 4.22 ERA) also yielded two hits and walked none while improving to 4-1 with a 1.26 ERA in his last six starts for the Nationals.
|Aug. 9 4:24 PM PT5:24 PM MT6:24 PM CT7:24 PM ET19:24 ET23:24 GMT7:24 4:24 PM MST6:24 PM EST6:54 PM VEN3:24 UAE (+1)6:24 PM CT-Strasburg allowed one run and three hits with 12 strikeouts over seven innings Saturday in his return to the Nationals. He beat Colorado 6-1.
Analysis: Strasburg has gone 3-0 with a 1.19 ERA over his last four starts dating to before he went on the disabled list.
|Aug. 4 3:03 PM PT4:03 PM MT5:03 PM CT6:03 PM ET18:03 ET22:03 GMT6:03 3:03 PM MST5:03 PM EST5:33 PM VEN2:03 UAE (+1)5:03 PM CT-Strasburg says he's doing well after striking out 11 in his latest minor league rehabilitation assignment, but still isn't sure when he'll return to the majors.
Analysis: Strasburg was in control Monday night, pitching 5 2-3 innings without a walk for Triple-A Syracuse on Monday. There is no timetable for him to rejoin the Nationals.
|July 4 9:51 AM PT10:51 AM MT11:51 AM CT12:51 PM ET12:51 ET16:51 GMT0:51 9:51 AM MST11:51 AM EST12:21 PM VEN20:51 UAE11:51 AM CT-Strasburg returned from a strained left oblique Saturday.
Analysis: Strasburg struck out 12 Rockies and earned his sixth victory.
|June 29 3:09 PM PT4:09 PM MT5:09 PM CT6:09 PM ET18:09 ET22:09 GMT6:09 3:09 PM MST5:09 PM EST5:39 PM VEN2:09 UAE (+1)5:09 PM CT-Strasburg had a season-best nine strikeouts in seven innings in a 3-2 win over Philadelphia on Sunday.
Analysis: Strasburg (5-5, 5.49 ERA) gave up two runs, four hits and one walk while improving to 2-0 with a 1.50 ERA in his two starts since returning from the disabled list (neck).
|May 29 4:53 PM PT5:53 PM MT6:53 PM CT7:53 PM ET19:53 ET23:53 GMT7:53 4:53 PM MST6:53 PM EST7:23 PM VEN3:53 UAE (+1)6:53 PM CT-Strasburg pitched five shutout innings in his return from the disabled list, a 3-1 victory over Atlanta on Tuesday night.
Analysis: Strasburg (4-5, 5.90 ERA), who hadn't pitched since May 29 because of neck tightness, allowed baserunners in four of five innings but only one got as far as second base. It was Strasburg's first scoreless start this season.
|May 6 9:58 PM PT10:58 PM MT11:58 PM CT12:58 AM ET0:58 ET4:58 GMT12:58 9:58 PM MST11:58 PM EST12:28 AM VEN8:58 UAE11:58 PM CT-Strasburg says he feels much better after visiting a chiropractor.
Analysis: Strasburg left his last start after three innings. Manager Matt Williams said the right-hander had an "alignment issue' under his shoulder blade.
|Apr. 20 3:19 PM PT4:19 PM MT5:19 PM CT6:19 PM ET18:19 ET22:19 GMT6:19 3:19 PM MST5:19 PM EST5:49 PM VEN2:19 UAE (+1)5:19 PM CT-Strasburg was in top form Sunday to earn a win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: Strasburg pitched 7 1-3 innings and allowed just five hits and one run while striking out seven. His next start will come Saturday at Miami.
|Apr. 15 1:47 PM PT2:47 PM MT3:47 PM CT4:47 PM ET16:47 ET20:47 GMT4:47 1:47 PM MST3:47 PM EST4:17 PM VEN0:47 UAE (+1)3:47 PM CT-Strasburg allowed five runs and 10 hits in 5 1-3 innings of Washington's loss to Boston on Tuesday.
Analysis: Strasburg has been roughed up for 11 runs - eight earned - in 10 2-3 innings over his two starts.
|Apr. 10 2:54 PM PT3:54 PM MT4:54 PM CT5:54 PM ET17:54 ET21:54 GMT5:54 2:54 PM MST4:54 PM EST5:24 PM VEN1:54 UAE (+1)4:54 PM CT-Strasburg lost his season debut Thursday for the first time in his career, giving up six runs - though just three were earned - and nine hits over 5 1-3 innings in a 6-3 defeat against the Mets.
Analysis: Strasburg also walked three batters in what was not a particularly encouraging showing.
|Mar. 28 8:54 AM PT9:54 AM MT10:54 AM CT11:54 AM ET11:54 ET15:54 GMT23:54 8:54 AM MST10:54 AM EST11:24 AM VEN19:54 UAE9:54 AM CT-Strasburg will start for the Washington Nationals in the third game of the season on April 9 in a likely showdown with New York Mets ace Matt Harvey. Nationals manager Matt Williams made the announcement Saturday.
Analysis: Barring any setbacks from a twisted ankle, Strasburg will face Harvey, who was bypassed as his team's opening day starter in favor of Bartolo Colon.
|Mar. 21 1:56 PM PT2:56 PM MT3:56 PM CT4:56 PM ET16:56 ET20:56 GMT4:56 1:56 PM MST3:56 PM EST4:26 PM VEN0:56 UAE (+1)2:56 PM CT-Strasburg will miss Sunday's scheduled spring training start after injuring his left ankle during conditioning work Friday.
Analysis: ''He twisted his ankle a little bit, so we're going to have to see how he goes in the next couple of days and push him (back),'' Nationals manager Matt Williams said. ''He's a little sore, so we don't want to have any issues with him not feeling 100 percent.'' Williams did not think the injury was serious. Strasburg has not had an MRI.
|Mar. 11 2:11 PM PT3:11 PM MT4:11 PM CT5:11 PM ET17:11 ET21:11 GMT5:11 2:11 PM MST4:11 PM EST4:41 PM VEN1:11 UAE (+1)3:11 PM CT-Strasburg will miss his scheduled spring training start against the New York Mets on Thursday because of an ingrown toenail.
Analysis: Manager Matt Williams said Strasburg is "a little bit sore moving around, running around. ... He's perfectly fine, but he had an ingrown toenail they had to get out of there." Right-hander A.J. Cole will get the start for Washington against the Mets on Thursday.
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We check in with Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater on a Patriots Monday as the Patriots prepare for their fourth pre-season game, and are 10 days away from opening the 2015 season.
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Jason defended himself against Minihane.
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Jerod Mayo dropped by the studio to talk with Lou, Christian, and Gary about the stress that some guys go through on "cut-down" day. He also made fun of Christian for his focus on fashion, and how exaggerated he thought HBO's "Ballers" was.
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