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The Nationals phenom Strasburg’s career starts wi
The Washington Nationals phenom Stephen Strasburg's foremost association vocation started with a 97 mph fastball, he hit out six of his first nine batters Tuesday night against Pittsburgh before a standing-room-only crowd. McCutchen bordered out to short on an 2-0 pitch. Strasburg then got Neil Walker on a grounder to first and hit out Lastings Milledge with a pair of wicked curveballs for a 1-2-3 inning.
Andy LaRoche stroke an opposite-field single in the second. Strasburg, who was encouraged after dominating the minors, going 7-2 with a 1.30 ERA with 65 strikeouts and only 13 walks in 11 starts, is a low-key child in a high-hype world, a concentrated 21-year-old whose fastball is much more alert than his report conferences.
Strasburg calmly went about his enterprise organising to take the mound, fiddling with his hand-covering a couple of hours before the game at his new locker, established between those of Wil Nieves and J.D. Martin. Washington traded out Nationals Park for only the second time all time of the year, and they traded an additional 2,000 standing-room-only permits a couple of hours before the game. Manager Jim Riggleman said Strasburg has got a good chance.
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