DMV: Video of Strasburg’s 14 Strikeouts

Watching it like this, edited down to just the strikeouts, makes St. Stephen’s debut even more impressive. Dibble still stinks though. [FYSS]

Just revel in the glow of Boz’ morning-after column. [Thomas Boswell]

A brilliant look at those who made Strasmas possible. [Chris Needham]

TV photographic evidence of Strassy hitting 103 on MASN’s gun. [Bog]

Strasburg’s debut made the Nats an additional $1.5 million. [Sports Biz]

Three different Strasburger’s hit the D.C. area. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Wow: Jordan Zimmermann’s set to return this year. [Nats Journal]

Zim projects to baseball’s 6th-best player over the next five years. [BtB]

A eulogy for Bryce Harper’s signature war paint-style eye black. [Bog]

Looking at who the Nats drafted in rounds 2 through 6. [Nats Blog]

Uh oh: Brian Roberts’ return isn’t looking good. [Camden Chat]

JMU closer Kevin Munson drafted by Arizona in the 4th round. [JMUSB]

Remembering Ovechkin’s Caps debut from October 2005. [Japers’ Rink]

D.C., suddenly, seems a lot like an actual sports town. [On Frozen Blog]

The Wizards really should re-sign Shaun Livingston. [Bullets Forever]

Ex-Redskin Sean Gilbert launches a rap label, Igot Records. [City Desk]

I share Aaron Rodgers thoughts on Tony Kornheiser. [The Sporting Blog]

Words and pics from the National at Constitution Hall. [We Love DC]

8 thoughts on “DMV: Video of Strasburg’s 14 Strikeouts”

  1. McDonald’s debut was in 1989, jackass. What’s more, his ERA after the complete game shutout was 0.48.

  2. It was a treat to have the game on MLB Network and not have to watch a great moment in baseball history ruined by that jackass Dibble whooping and hollering. Although Costas was running wild with hyperbole calling Strasburg “a historic figure”.

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