Apr 30, 2013, 4:00 PM EST
And his eyes are like shimmering pools. His skin the finest alabaster …
Following a scare Monday night regarding “tightness” in Stephen Strasburg’s forearm, Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo said Tuesday morning that the ace’s right arm is “structurally perfect” and he is not expected to miss a start.
This is good news. Of course Strasburg himself said that he was good to go last night. As we saw last year, though, Strasburg is not the final arbiter of when he’s going to pitch, so team signoff was necessary.
So, if we’ve eliminated the structural problems, what is left to explain the 1-4 record and fewer strikeouts? And the “mechanical glitches” mentioned in the linked article by Boswell and Kilgore?
The Nats have four days to figure it out before he goes back out there again.
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