Jun 1, 2010, 10:52 AM EST
Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post reports that, based on the formula the Nationals use in order to manage young pitchers’ workloads, Stephen Strasburg will
be held to 95 major league innings this season which, on top of the 50.1 he’s thrown so far, and the five or so we can expect him to pitch in his last AAA start this week, will put him at around 160 for the year. Probably pretty smart given that his college high was 109 innings.
In other news, one of the best things that could happen to the Nationals is to not get anywhere near the wild card race this year. If they do, it’s gonna be really tempting to try and break their own usage rules.
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