But with Strasburg's people and the Nationals decisionmakers informally agreeing prior to the season to limit his major league exposure to about 100 innings, Strasburg will have to wait awhile longer to test himself against hitters who actually have a chance against him. It appears very likely that mid-June is the target before Strasburg is seen in a major league game.
With little more than three months in the bigs, it's going to be difficult for Strasburg to top Braves wunderkind
No matter when he arrives, Strasburg is still making quite an impression. To this point, he has actually outpitched even the crazy hype (some of it seen
The Nationals deserve applause, too, for not agreeing not to rush the ballyhooed rookie.
Even without Strasburg, the Nats, a punchline no more, already have as splendid a collection of rookies as anybody (shortstop
With Strasburg on his smart schedule of protection and others like Marlins slugging prospect
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