Principal owner Ted Lerner says that "spending money is not gonna be [an] issue" with the Nationals. Really good to hear, and I think I might even believe him.
Stephen Strasburg won't ever have to read the scouting report, according to Tyler Clippard. This article is really worth reading, as it sounds like Clippard is a pretty funny guy.
Strasburg delivered David Letterman's Top Ten last night. Click here to watch it.
Tyler Clippard was used for the save last night, but Matt Capps "may be back in there tomorrow."
Majestic says that Strasburg's jersey could be the number one selling Nationals jersey in history by the end of June.
Strasburg may have hit 103 MPH, and Jim Bowden says that "it's good to see baseball back in Washington."
Mike Rizzo announced that there has been no agreement made with Scott Boras, Strasburg's agent, about his inning limit.
Ross Detwiler may be ready to return to the majors in as little time as a month, but he's going to have to earn his spot.
Strasburg's debut was one of Bob Costas' top ten sporting events ever.
The Nats June 19 game against the White Sox (also Ryan Zimmerman bobblehead night) will be televised nationally on Fox.
DCist tries BGR's Strasburger and concludes that it might be a little TOO much.
D.C. Sports Bog wraps up the Strasburg haiku contest.
Nationals Daily News has distilled the throng at Nats Park for Strasburg's debut into 60 seconds.
Dave at Nats News Network had an interview with Manny Acta, former Nationals manager and current Indians manager.
Chuck James, currently recovering from shoulder surgery, combined with two relievers to no-hit the Altoona Curve.