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- Wednesday, June 8, 2022; Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins; 6:40 p.m. EDT
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Leading this Morning’s Briefing: It’s official: RHP Stephen Strasburg is to make a return to the Nationals pitching rotation this Thursday.
RHP Stephen Strasburg might be making his 2022 season debut this Thursday in Miami. Well, it looks like it is official. Dave Martinez during his pre-game press conference announced that Strasburg will make the start on Thursday against Miami, After two successful rehab starts in Fredericksburg, and a successful rehab start in Rochester, Strasburg will be slotted into the pitching rotation. Click here for the full article.
Chisholm has a grand slam among 2 HRs, Marlins beat Washington Nationals 12-2
Jazz Chisholm Jr. homered twice, including a grand slam, and had a career-high six RBIs as the Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 12-2 on Tuesday night. Nick Fortes and Jorge Soler also went deep while Avisaíl García had three hits for the Marlins. Rookie right-hander Edward Cabrera allowed one run in six innings. In his second start since being promoted from Triple-A Jacksonville last week, Cabrera (2-0) limited Washington to two hits, walked two, struck out four, and hit a batter. Click here for the full Game Recap
Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez enters the last year of his contract, and with the Nationals up for sale what should happen with manager Dave Martinez. As Dave Martinez enters the last year of his contract, and with the Nationals up for sale and the possibility of new ownership coming in, one of the big questions surrounding the team will be what will happen to current manager Dave Martinez. While we obviously don’t know what will happen, the question that should be asked is what SHOULD happen. Click here to read the full article.