Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg has been a key player in the team since making his major league debut in 2010. However, recent reports suggest he may be facing some serious health issues.

According to a report by The Washington Post on Saturday, Strasburg is suffering from severe nerve damage in his right hand. The report revealed that the pitcher has undergone tests in order to diagnose the issue, with the initial diagnosis pointing towards carpal tunnel syndrome.

This news will undoubtedly be concerning for Nationals fans, as the team has come to rely on the 32-year-old as one of their top pitchers. Strasburg was instrumental in the team's World Series win in 2019, earning both the World Series MVP award and the NLCS MVP award.

The pitcher has had his fair share of injuries in the past, which have caused him to miss significant parts of previous seasons. In 2020, Strasburg opted out of the season due to a nerve issue in his throwing hand, and his performance has also been affected by other injuries like his hip and shoulder.

Despite the setbacks, Strasburg has remained determined to continue playing and has shown perseverance in his recovery efforts. He underwent surgery on his right hand in August 202

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