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Stephen Strasburg still on track

Stephen Strasburg threw a routine bullpen session this afternoon and threw "really good," Manager Jim Riggleman said. Strasburg threw a typical allottment of pitches, back on his normal routine in preparation for Tuesday night, his first start since he went on the disabled list with shoulder inflammation.

On Tuesday, Strasburg will be held to roughly 90 pitches and no more than six innings, Riggleman said. The Nationals will take extra precaution because Strasburg has not pitched in a game since Aug. 21, giving him 20 days between starts.

By Adam Kilgore  |  August 7, 2010; 8:39 PM ET
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Is this a prescient piece, or is this guy operating in a parallel universe?

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