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Nationals Vs. Mets: Six Shutout Innings For Stephen Strasburg, Nationals Lead 1-0

Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg just finished his pitching day for the Nationals. After giving up a lead off hit to Ruben Tejada, Strasburg didn't allow another hit until Ike Davis singled in the top of the sixth inning. Those were the only two hits allowed by Strasburg as the Nationals hold a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Strasburg pitched six shutout innings and struck out nine batters on 108 pitches, 63 of them strikes. Strasburg also walked three batters and hit another. Strasburg also lowered his ERA in his second start to 0.69

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