It's official: Stephen Strasburg is immaculate.
In the fourth inning of the Nationals' game against the Marlins Wednesday, Strasburg recorded his first career immaculate inning. If you don't know what that means, Strasburg struck out the side on nine pitches, all nine of them strikes.
It was the fourth immaculate inning in Nationals history, the first since Max Scherzer accomplished the feat on June 5, 2018.
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