Stephen James Strasburg is a Major League Baseball pitcher for the Washington Nationals in the United States. Strasburg was born in the state of Maryland (MLB).
The Washington Nationals selected Stephen Strasburg as the first overall choice in the Major League Baseball draft in 2009. His first season in the major leagues was in 2010, and he has since been selected for the All-Star Game three times.
During the Summer Olympics in 2008, Strasburg pitched for the United States national baseball team, which ended up capturing the bronze medal.
As a result of his contributions to the Nationals’ triumph against the Houston Astros in the 2019 World Series, Strasburg was selected as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player and received the honour.
2014 was the first year that Strasburg led the National League (NL) in strikeouts, and he did it while averaging 94.8 miles per hour with his fastball. As a result of his five victories in the 2019 postseason,
he tied the record for most victories in a single postseason, which was previously held by Randy Johnson and Francisco Rodriguez. It was announced that he would participate in the MLB All-Star Game in 2012.
How Tall Is Stephen Strasburg?
Stephen Strasburg stands 1.96 meters tall at the age of 34.