D.C. chefs pitch Strasburg-themed burgers as pscyhoanalytic group studies the man
Was there ever a sports hero so gastronomically inspiring? Something about the rookie with the 100-mph arm made chefs around D.C. think "blue-plate special." Here's what you got this week if you ordered a "Strasburger." (Thanks to Dan Steinberg's Sports Bog.)
·Loeb's Deli: Three sliders.
Who else did Strasburg inspire? The American Psychoanalytic Association, which devoted a session Thursday to how psychologically prepared the 21-year-old is for the major leagues, reports our colleague Paul Farhi.
Nats President Stan Kasten told the shrinks, at their meeting in D.C., that the club had no fear about his performance in the spotlight: "He wasn't playing in front of big enough crowds. It's what's been holding him back all these years. We considered moving our games to FedEx Field so he can be really good."
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June 11, 2010; 1:04 AM ET
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