"I think we understand there's a lot of ballgame left, especially when it's that early in the game," he said. "I think the guys have done a great job over the course of the season just not giving away at-bats and being tough outs. They are really putting the pressure on the opposing pitcher and the defense. They put enough pressure on them and they cracked."
Strasburg, who was essentially bailed out after his poor start, said he wasn't surprised at all by the comeback, not after what he has seen this year. Sunday was the Nats' 28th comeback win of the season.