With two outs in the bottom of the first, Stephen Strasburg pauses after a pitch and has to be taken out of the game having thrown just 16 pitches. The Washington Nationals have placed right-hander Stephen Strasburg on the day injured list with carpal tunnel neuritis in his throwing hand, the team announced Saturday. Strasburg left Friday night's game after throwing just 16 pitches. Nationals manager Dave Martinez said after the win over the Baltimore Orioles that Strasburg was pulled because of the lingering nerve issue in his right hand. Martinez said Strasburg would get nerve tests on his hand Monday, something the skipper referred to as "the first step'' in trying to figure out what is going on.
The son of a struggling single mother, Jamie Conklin just wants an ordinary childhood. But Jamie is no ordinary child. Born with an unnatural ability his mom urges him to keep secret, Jamie can see what no one else can see and learn what no one else can learn.
Stephen, 34, and Katie, 28, had fallen in love—as young people do—while figuring out how to separate children from their parents at the border. Now, thanks to Katie, Stephen was officially off the market. Not only had Stephen found a human woman to marry, but Katie, as the pictures showed, was pretty , with a warm, vivacious smile. Stephen, by contrast, cut a villainous figure.
Stephen or Steven is a common English first name. Originally, as the verb suggests, the noun had a more general meaning of any "circle"—including a circle of people, a circling wall around a city, and, in its earliest recorded use, the circle of a fight, which is found in the Iliad of Homer. The name, in both the forms Stephen and Steven, is commonly shortened to Steve or Stevie. In English, the female version of the name is " Stephanie ". Many surnames are derived from the first name, including Stephens , Stevens , Stephenson , and Stevenson , all of which mean "Stephen's son ". In modern times especially the name has sometimes been given with intentionally nonstandard spelling, such as Stevan or Stevon. Like all biblical names, Stephen has forms in almost all major world languages. In the United Kingdom, it peaked during the s and s as one of the top ten male first names ranking third in but had fallen to twentieth by and had fallen out of the top one hundred by