Stephen Strasburg has been known to strike out a hitter or two.

Recently in DC, the Nationals righty did this very thing against San Diego.

Dude punched out 15 hapless Padres in a 3-0 win.

Here are some moving pictures for your edification.

Yeah, that's kinda dominant, especially given that there are only 27 outs per team in a nine-inning game.

The Daily Player has more details for your informational enjoyment here.

Meanwhile, Fanorama has a suggestion for the Padres and all others who are tired of striking out when seeking an adjustable, low-crown, long-bill, mesh baseball cap:

adjustable low-crown long-bill mesh baseball cap

They're quite convenient for free agents and those who could soon be designated for assignment, as there's no logo to go outta date.

And at $15.88, they're not gonna add to what might be a cash-strapped budget.

We actually think you'll find them practical, too, not to mention a great value. So swing by our Sports Caps collection and make sure you don't miss them.





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