We are back with another episode, just in time to break down the struggles of Max Scherzer and reflect on the Nats' wild 16-inning win.
Max Scherzer is off to one of the worst starts of his career through April, but has an idea of how to fix it.
Max Scherzer recorded a quality start, but had labored all evening as the Nats fell to the Phillies 4-3.
Max Scherzer (2-1, 4.32) will make his fifth start of the season on Tuesday as the Nationals host the Philadelphia Phillies.
It’s another action-packed slate across MLB today with a handful of aces—literally—a really nice matchup, and a couple short hops to keep you on your toes. Check ’em out! Vincent Velasquez (PHI) versus Max Scherzer (WAS) 7:05 p.m. ET Velaquez’ season numbers are ridiculous, but he was unable to ride the wave of his incredible three-hit shutout against the Padres on April...
The Nationals are exercising caution with Joe Ross and skipping his next turn in the rotation, on Tuesday, because of a blister. Thanks to Monday’s off day, Max Scherzer will start on regular rest Tuesday against the Phillies instead, the team announced. He will be followed by Gio Gonzalez and Tanner Roark, in that order, in […]
Max Scherzer is a great pitcher. We can all agree on that simple fact. Scherzer did not have a good night for the series finale against the Miami Marlins on Thursday afternoon. That is also not a brave statement. He went five innings and gave up five runs on eight hits for the loss. That is not a Max Scherzer-type start.But all is not lost!Scherzer’s last start was brilliant, going...
Though the initial returns were shaky, Max Scherzer ultimately pulled through in the Washington National’s 8–1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday.In the bottom of the first, Scherzer was in a two on, one out jam. He worked his way out of the inning on just three more pitches—a pop out by Ryan Howard, followed by a 1-0 ground out from Darin Ruf.Ultimately, this set...
PHILADELPHIA - Max Scherzer is a student of the game. And that means more than just throwing the ball over the plate. When you think of Scherzer, many gravitate to the pair of no-hitters he threw last season or the Cy Young Award he won in 2013. But one of ... Read More
The world-famous Washington Nationals chocolate syrup celebrations are a thing of the past. Max Scherzer recently said in an interview with Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette on SiriusXM MLB Network Radio that the Nats will be retiring the chocolate syrup parties that marked their no-hitters and walkoff wins in 2015. “That was last year,” Scherzer said, via Scott Allen of the Washington...
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