Detroit -- When you have to go back 104 years to figure out the last time someone did something in a Tigers uniform, you know it's a special accomplishment.
Max Scherzer has been incredibly special on a consistent basis this season and Monday night against the hot-hitting Baltimore Orioles was no different.
Chris Davis' solo home run leading off the second inning was the only run the Orioles got as the Tigers won, 5-1.
Scherzer improved to 10-0 with a 3.08 ERA, the first Tigers pitcher to start 10-0 since George Mullin opened the season 11-0 in 1909, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
"It's nice to be 10-0, I'm not going to lie," Scherzer said. "It just also shows how good of an offense we have. The win-loss record is a fluky stat at times, especially when you're on a good offensive team like I am.
"But at the end of the day, I judge myself not necessarily on record but how I pitch. Right now I'm pitching well, based on other things besides win-loss record."
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