Back in June, Max Scherzer threw his first no-hitter of the season against the Pirates, an effort that saw him record 10 strikeouts. On Saturday, he was even better. The 31-year-old struck out Mets batters 17 times en route to his second no-hitter of 2015. The strikeout total is tied for the most in a...Read More
View image | gettyimages.com Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer pitched his second no-hitter of the season, striking out 17 to top the playoff-bound New York Mets 2-0. Scherzer struck out nine consecutive batters, going through the entire lineup, before he got Curtis Granderson to popped out to third en route to becoming the sixth pitcher in Major League Baseball history...
Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer tossed his second no-hitter of the season on Saturday night against the Mets—a feat that no other MLB pitcher had achieved in a regular season since Nolan Ryan did in 1973. Scherzer struck out 17 batters and did not give up a walk. He was a Yunel Escobar error in the sixth inning away from throwing a perfect game, and he’s the first...
The Washington Nationals are done for the season. It was a disappointing season, to say the least. But, that wasn’t the end for Nats’ ace Max Scherzer. Scherzer ended his 2015 season with a NO HITTER and recorded a whopping 17 strikeouts. Scherzer became the first pitcher to toss two no hitters in a season since 1973. The Nationals completed a double header sweep today...
NEW YORK (AP) Max Scherzer throws second no-hitter of season for Washington, beating New York Mets 2-0.
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NEW YORK (AP) Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer is pitching a no-hitter through six innings against the New York Mets. Scherzer already has thrown a no-hitter this season, in June against Pittsburgh. The NL East champion Mets haven't come close to a hit off Scherzer. He has struck out nine and walked none. The Mets' only runner reached on a throwing error by third baseman Yunel...
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Jonathan Papelbon has been suspended for the remainder of the season, but that doesn’t mean Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper will go the rest of the season without having a teammate’s hand at his throat. On Thursday night, Harper and Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer created a buzz on social media when Scherzer jokingly choked Harper...Read More
View image | gettyimages.com Max Scherzer was five outs away from his second no-hitter of the season. The Nationals pitcher stifled the Cincinnati Reds for 7 1/3 innings before he surrendered a one-out single to Tucker Barnhardt in the eighth inning. The hit came on his 105th pitch of the game. Barnhardt was able to score two batters later before Scherzer closed out the inning...
Other teams are clinching divisions, and Nationals players are fighting one another. Not that players on good teams haven’t fought, and not that the Nationals’ incident was in some way unique, but this isn’t how it was supposed to go. A few days ago, the Nationals were mathematically eliminated from winning the division, and in reality it feels like it’s been even longer...
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