Strasburg tossed the fourth-ever immaculate inning in Nationals history on Wednesday.
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg threw an immaculate inning against the Miami Marlins on Wednesday.
The nine-pitch fourth inning marked the first immaculate frame of Strasburg's career. It marked the fourth in Nationals history, and is the club's first since Max Scherzer's on June 5, 2018.
Strasburg struck out Garrett Cooper, Neil Walker and Starlin Castro to accomplish his feat.
The former No. 1 pick entered Wednesday with a 9–4 record and 3.88 ERA across 17 appearances this season.