DMV: Nats to Save Money on Strasburg

Despite his spring training domination, the Nats option Stephen Strasburg (and Drew Storen) to AA Harrisburg. As Strassy said, “It’s a business.” [Nats Journal]

Strasburg probably won’t get called up until Memorial Day. [Nats Journal]

Of Strassy’s 27 spring training outs, none left the infield. [Nats Journal]

Mike Rizzo starts a blog, does it wrong. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Why the Nats shouldn’t extend Dunn’s deal. [FanGraphs]

DMV college hoops is mired in a three-year slump. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Capturing Maryland’s gut-wrenching loss in column form. [Mike Wise]

Remembering the career of Greivis Vasquez. [Toy Dept., Testudo Times]

Cheers to the best Maryland blog on its 1 millionth visitor. [Testudo Times]

Redskins brass gave Tebow a workout down in Orlando. [Redskins Insider]

Skins schedule a private workout with Sam Bradford. [Redskins Insider]

Dan Snyder may be angling to buy Miramax. Really. [Company Town]

Joey Porter chose the Cardinals over the Redskins. [Redskins Insider]

Yep, Larry Johnson pretty much sucks. [DC Pro Sports Report]

Handicapping Ovechkin’s chances at a third-straight MVP. [WaPo]

Ovi’s mom discusses Alex as a youngster. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

Wiz lose 11th straight, but Nick Young gets 22. [Wizards Insider]

JMU Pro Day attracts scouts; Scotty McGee runs a 4.37. [JMU Sports Blog]

Three DMV schools finished in the top-20 in wrestling. [MD, UVA, American]

3 thoughts on “DMV: Nats to Save Money on Strasburg”

  1. No more Greivis. Just kind of hitting home now. Man.

    It’s funny how Gary finds guys who seemingly match his personality on the court so well. Its part of what makes him and MD basketball great. I think the next player in MD’s evolution to take on the “Gary’s Guy” mantle will be Jordan Williams. I know it’s supposed to be Mosely’s team next year, but I think after beng apart of this team, a freshman starter amongst mostly seniors, the emotional leader is going to be Williams.

    Heres to Greivis and bright days ahead in CP.

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