Stephen Strasburg threw freely off a mound on Thursday in Nationals camp.
Stephen Strasburg said Sunday that he plans to use his slider/cutter less in 2017 in order to put less stress on his pitching elbow.
In an interview with Grant Paulsen on MLB Network Radio, Stephen Strasburg said he will begin throwing around January 1.
According to Jon Morosi of MLB Network, agent Scott Boras said Thursday that Stephen Strasburg (elbow) is expected to have a normal throwing schedule this offseason and be ready for spring training.
Nationals manager Dusty Baker confirmed Thursday that Stephen Strasburg (elbow) is not going to be an option the NLCS.
Stephen Strasburg stopped his bullpen session early on Monday after feeling some discomfort.
Stephen Strasburg (elbow) threw a bullpen session Monday morning at Dodger Stadium.
Stephen Strasburg (elbow) threw a bullpen session Friday.
Per Jon Morosi of MLB Network, Stephen Strasburg (elbow) has progressed to the point where pitching in the NLCS is a possibility if the Nationals advance.
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said Tuesday that Stephen Strasburg (elbow) is on a "return to throw" program.
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo confirmed Tuesday that Stephen Strasburg (elbow) is unlikely to pitch in the NLDS.
Stephen Strasburg (elbow) has begun playing catch on flat ground.
Stephen Strasburg (elbow) received a platelet rich plasma injection on Friday.
An MRI has revealed a flexor mass strain in Stephen Strasburg's right arm.