The Nationals were once a low end MLB team. The start of a fresh and fierce franchise happened when the team drafted pitcher Stephen Strasburg.
Since then, the players have flocked to play alongside the talented ace. The team has had numerous key free agent signings, but it seems as if the Nationals are willing to let him dangle on a one year deal.
Stephen Strasburg's agent, Scott Boras, reiterated Monday that the star pitcher is not discussing a contract extension with the Washington Nationals.
"We amicably agreed to a one-year deal," Boras told Fox Sports on Monday. "He's going to pitch, and we'll see where it goes from there. It's something we'll be discussing at the end of the year."
Strasburg, 27, went 11-7 with a 3.46 ERA last season but was limited to just 23 starts because of back and shoulder injuries. The right-hander had surgery in October to remove a non-cancerous growth from his back.
With that being said, Strasburg has a bevy of pitches he can throw and at the age of 27, you can assume he has plenty of good baseball left in him.
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