The sky is the limit for the Washington Nationals with the immense talent in their starting rotation.
The Nationals will be able to contend in the National League this season with the upgrades they made to their pitching rotation.
No one on in the rotation is over 28 years old, therefore there is room to mature for all of the starters.
Washington is heading into the season with Stephen Strasburg as their ace who is looking to break out in 2012. The middle of the rotation has been improved drastically by the offseason additions of Edwin Jackson and Gio Gonzalez.
The Nats have above-average talent in Jordan Zimmermann as the fourth starter and round up their rotation with John Lannan filling in for Chien-Ming Wang.
The competition is fierce, but the Nationals have what it takes to compete with the Philadelphia Phillies and the rest of the NL East.
It all starts with their youngest starter, Strasburg.