The two homegrown stars, around whom health concerns swirled all season, seem likely to be good to go for spring training — barring anything unforeseen.
The Nationals starting rotation fared well again, but do they need to consider upgrades in the offseason?
"We know he's not going to be ready for the next series," Nats manager says.
The agent who represents most of the Nationals' high-profile players talks about two of their brightest stars.
Strasburg was supposed to throw 35 pitches, but fell a few short.
The right-hander continues to progress, keeping his chances of a postseason return alive.
Strasburg hopes to join the Nationals should they advance past the Dodgers.
The team's most productive hitter injured his leg Sept. 17 in Atlanta, and has not started since.
The left-hander threw about 25 pitches and said he did not hold back.
The right-hander called his diagnosis as good as it could get, but still does not know when he might return.