Source: Nats’ Strasburg, out since ’22, to retire

Source: Nats' Strasburg, out since '22, to retire

Stephen Strasburg, the 2019 World Series MVP who hasn’t pitched for the Nationals since June 2022, plans to retire, a source confirmed to ESPN.


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