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Opinion: Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals deal shows 2012 shutdown was right move

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Seven years after a disputed decision to shut down Stephen Strasburg, the Washington Nationals gave the World Series MVP a record seven-year deal.
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News video: Stephen Strasburg to Return to Nationals on $245 Million Deal

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Stephen Strasburg to Return to Nationals on $245 Million Deal. Strasburg's seven-year deal is a new record for a pitcher. The deal surpasses David Price's seven-year, $217 million deal with the Boston Red Sox. Strasburg will also make more per season than Zack Greinke's $31.5 million. We are very...

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