Ben and Sam examine how the Nationals have gone about implementing and publicizing Stephen Strasburg’s innings limit and revisit Billy Beane’s trades from last winter in light of Oakland’s success.
It is the culmination of decades of baseball culture and nerd culture racing toward each other at high speed.
The Pirates have seen the future, and the future is now. Or Andrew McCutchen.
If you had to pick a pitcher for a big game tomorrow, who would you take? How about a big game in 2015? Some MLB execs weigh in with their choices.
Getting the most out of an arm as valuable as Stephen Strasburg’s is a fraught task for the Nationals.
Stephen Strasburg is a better hitter than your team’s best hitter
The Astros have playoff odds that are not zero!
Stephen Strasburg faced the Pirates for the first time since his major-league debut, and he reeled off a similar line.
The Nationals rotation throws harder than any staff in baseball has over the past few seasons, and that just might win them the NL East.
Presenting the three filthiest pitches from the first week of the season.
The final two undefeateds have been defeated.
Is the Nationals’ great right-handed hope Stephen Strasburg really limited to 160 innings this season? To find out, BP goes straight to the source.
Stephen Strasburg’s pitch count sails into uncharted territory during a matchup against the Mets on Wednesday.
Which player do scouts feel is the best unknown major leaguer?