"The return of Stephen Strasburg gave the Nationals a starting rotation this weekend of Tom Milone, John Lannan and Strasburg. If Thursday's game had not been rained out, Ross Detwiler would have started it. Those four pitchers have something significant in common – they were all drafted and developed by the Nationals.One overlooked side effect from Strasburg's return is the possibility it raises. The Nationals could enter next season with a major league rotation comprised wholly of players produced by their system, all drafted after baseball returned to Washington."It's part of the delivery of the promise that the franchise has made since they came back to town," former Nationals President Stan Kasten said. "Next year, they are looking at the possibility of a complete homegrown rotation. It's just hard to do. It's what we all shoot to do. It makes everything easier." "