"It might sound strange but it made it a little more difficult," said Strasburg, who allowed two runs and five hits over six tidy innings. "You have to trick your mind into thinking it's a 0-0 game."
"Not to knock anybody else I played with, but he was kind of one of the first guys who really made it a point to prepare, go over a scouting report, and not just rely on your stuff," Strasburg said. "So, that was good — I learned a lot from that."
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