Strasburg Decision Is A Tough One For Nationals

Posted: September 14, 2012 in Nationals
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By Ryan Lazo

After what seems likes decades in obscurity and a change of cities, the Washington Nationals are finally back on the baseball map.

With one of the game’s most potent pitching staffs and a roster made almost entirely through the farm system, the Nationals have a 89-54 record, the best in baseball.

But they also have garnered criticism for shutting down their ace and former No. 1 draft pick Stephen Strasburg. The phenom bursted onto the scene two years ago with a 98 mph fastball and a knee-buckling curve many had not previously seen.

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