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Can Steven Strasburg (35), who led the team’s first World Series championship after being evaluated as an all-time talent, but who is now an all-time bad contract player, revive?

Strasburg made his professional debut in 2009 when he was selected by the Washington Nationals in the first round with the No. 1 pick.

Afterwards, Strasburg made his major league debut in June 2010, showing an amazing performance of 7 innings, 2 runs and 14 strikeouts, and was also evaluated as an all-time talent.

But Strasburg failed to live up to Washington’s expectations. He didn’t have a healthy body that must accompany all-time talent.

As a result, Strasburg suffered from big and small injuries every year. He performed well enough to place him in the top starting lineup, but clearly fell short of the expectations he received as an amateur.

Meanwhile, Strasburg gives Washington a big gift. In the 2019 postseason, he recorded 5 wins and an ERA of 1.98, leading the team to its first World Series victory.

In particular, in the World Series against the Houston Astros, he recorded two wins and an average ERA of 2.51 in two games and became the MVP.

After that, Washington made a big mistake by giving Strasburg a 7-year, $245 million contract. A contract that is too big to be called a severance pay concept. 온라인카지노

Strasburg, who was often ill even in his 20s, in the early days of his career, becomes unable to compete when he turns 30. He has appeared in only 8 games over the past 3 seasons.

Strasburg’s contract with Washington still has four years remaining. Strasburg will earn $35 million annually through the 2026 season.

However, Strasburg’s return to normal is far off. The prevailing opinion is that it cannot be returned to normal even in the 2023 season.

Strasburg turns 36 in the 2024 season. He is an age where there is nothing strange when his skills decline. Strasburg will not have a chance to escape the stigma of bad contracts.

It is not easy for the winning team to give up the contract with the Ace. Nevertheless, Washington and Strasburg should have had a beautiful farewell after winning the 2019 World Series.