So far, so good for Strasburg
Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg was around for the start of the season last year, but not the end.
Strasburg began the season a perfect 14-0, but then was hit with the 'injury bug' again, and was eventually shut down with a pronator tendon tear.
The good news is that Strasburg did not need surgery, but was relegated to the bench, and had to watch his team lose in the NLDS to the Dodgers.
ABC7's Erin Hawksworth caught up with Strasburg recently at Nationals spring training, and asked him how his arm is feeling these days.