245M Strasburg retires after four years and one win

Major League Baseball’s (MLB) most dominant pitcher, Stephen Strasburg (35, Washington Nationals), will eventually retire after failing to overcome an injury.

The Washington Post reported on Friday (Sept. 25) that Strasburg, 섯다 who hasn’t been able to regain his form after surgery, may retire.

The US media outlet reported that Strasburg will hold a retirement press conference on September 10 at Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals.

Strasburg underwent surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome in 2021. He hasn’t taken the mound in more than a year, 온라인섯다 last appearing in his first game back on June 10, 2022, against the Miami Marlins.

Drafted by the Nats with the No. 1 overall pick in 2009, Strasburg has been a member of the club since 2010. In 2019, he went 2-0 in the World Series to help the Nats win their first World Series title. He was also named World Series MVP.

He signed a seven-year, $245 million contract in 2019. It was the highest contract for a pitcher at the time.

However, he only pitched 31⅓ innings in the four years following his long-term deal. During this time, he only won one game.

As a result, 카지노사이트 he has the distinction of being the worst ‘gambler’ in Major League Baseball history.

In his 13-year career, Strasburg has a 113-62 record with a 3.24 ERA and 1,723 strikeouts. He has been selected to the All-Star Game three times. In 2019, 고스톱 he became the National League’s winningest pitcher with 18 wins.

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