Air Jordan 2011 Travis Hafner Homer to right on two pitches Lined 100 mp
Back to Main MenuCelebrationsFraud PreventionManage Your AdPlace an AdAmy Sancetta / Associated PressIndians shortstop Anderson Hernandez waits on a Stephen Strasburg pitch in the third inning of Sunday’s game at Progressive Field. Hernandez grounded to first baseman Adam Dunn to complete the at bat.CLEVELAND, Ohio Washington Nationals right hander Stephen Strasburg, the No. 1 overall pick in 2009, started against the Indians this afternoon. It is the second start of Strasburg’s major league career, his first on the road.Strasburg allowed two runs on four hits, including a two run homer, against the Pirates. He carried a seven batter strikeout streak into today’s game.Here is the inning by inning breakdown from today’s game:(Indians lefty David Huff Air Jordan 2011 retired side in order Air Jordan CDP in top of first; shortstop Anderson Hernandez made excellent play to throw out Ryan Zimmerman from hole, although first base umpire Scott Barry might have missed Jordan Retro 10 the call.)Trevor Crowe Swinging strikeout on five pitches. Went too far on 100 mph fastball. Second and third pitches were off speed before back to back 100s.Shin Soo Choo Air Jordan 15s Swinging strikeout on seven pitches. Swung through 99 mph fastball.Carlos Santana Flyout to left on three pitches. Hit 93 mph pitch to left. Ended Strasburg’s strikeout string at nine over two starts.Strasburg threw 15 pitches, including four clocked at 100 mph. He went to a full count on Jordan 10 Retro Choo.(Nationals took 1 0 lead on doubles by Adam Dunn and Mike Morse. Dunn accidentally knocked down Santana at the plate.)Travis Hafner Homer to right on two pitches. Lined 100 mph, 1 0 pitch over Nationals bullpen.Austin Kearns Flyout to right on first pitch. Ball in play was 99.Russell Branyan Swinging strikeout on five pitches. Swung through 85.Jhonny Peralta Called strikeout on seven pitches. Looked at 83.Strasburg threw 15 pitches, including two clocked at 100. He had two ball counts on Branyan and Peralta.