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Gonzalez settles down, with help from Scherzer

Gio Gonzalez was on the verge of losing his composure Thursday against the Mets, but Max Scherzer helped him find it again.
Washington Post Mar 25, 2015

Nats Journal: Max Scherzer strikes out nine Cardinals, continuing strong spring play

JUPITER, Fla. — Max Scherzer has been terrific this spring. He made his fifth start on Wednesday and delivered another strong outing. Facing a Cardinals’ lineup of regulars, he struck out nine batters over six scoreless innings and allowed only three hits on 82 pitches. His off-speed pitches had wicked movement. He issued no walks and hit one batter in his longest outing of the spring.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 25, 2015

Scherzer dominates Cardinals' "A" lineup

Max Scherzer blew away the Cardinals' "A" lineup Wednesday, striking out nine over six shutout innings in Jupiter.

Scherzer dominant vs. Cardinals’ “A” lineup

JUPITER, Fla. — It was a spring training game, and so all the usual caveats must apply. But it was a spring training game against the entire regular Cardinals lineup, one of the better top-to-bottom lineups in baseball, and Max Scherzer knew that. So while it would be easy to brush off any serious accolades…

Nationals ace Scherzer looks ready for opener, fans 9 Cards

Max Scherzer looked amply ready to start on opening day for Washington, striking out nine in six shutout innings during the Nationals' 1-0 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on…
Washington Post Mar 25, 2015

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg on Max Scherzer getting opening day start

JUPITER, Fla. — Stephen Strasburg was in the training room in Space Coast Stadium in Viera on Monday, getting treatment on his twisted ankle before going outside to throw, when Manager Matt Williams came in to talk to him. For the past three seasons, Strasburg has sat atop the Nationals‘ rotation, the starter on opening day. But with Max Scherzer now in the fold, and instantly the most accomplished starter on the staff, Strasburg will not take the mound on the first day. Williams instead awarded the April 6 start against the New York Mets at Nationals Park to Scherzer.Read full article...
CSN Washington Mar 25, 2015

Scherzer on mound as Nats face Cards

Max Scherzer faces his hometown team today as the Nationals face the Cardinals. Get live updates from Jupiter on Nats Insider!
CSN Washington Mar 24, 2015

Harper, Scherzer faces of Nats 'Superteam' on SI cover

Bryce Harper and Max Scherzer appear on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated, which makes some bold statements about the Nats.
Washington Post Mar 23, 2015

Max Scherzer will be Nationals’ starter on opening day against the Mets

VIERA, Fla. —Washington Nationals Manager Matt Williams pulled Max Scherzer aside on Monday morning to share some news. The Nationals signed Scherzer to a massive contract this winter, and his first task will be to start opening day April 6 against the New York Mets at Nationals Park. Read full article >>

Scherzer named Opening Day starter

Max Scherzer will start Opening Day for the Nationals, the club announced Monday, a not-surprising answer to a question that nonetheless had hovered over camp all spring. Scherzer, signed by the Nationals in January to the largest contract ever given a free-agent right-hander (7 years, $210 million), gets the nod over equally qualified rotation mates…
Washington Post Mar 23, 2015

Nats Journal: Max Scherzer named Washington Nationals’ opening day starter

Max Scherzer will be the Washington Nationals’ starting pitcher on opening day, when they take on the New York Mets on April 6 at Nationals Park. Manager Matt Williams announced the decision Monday; Stephen Strasburg has started the past three opening days for the Nationals.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 20, 2015

Nats Journal: Max Scherzer strikes out six, Bryce Harper hits first spring homer

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — In his longest outing of spring training, Max Scherzer tossed 65 pitches over five innings on Friday against the Astros. He struck out six batters and allowed one run on three hits, including a solo home run, and hit one batter in the Nationals’ 7-5 win. After his outing, Scherzer went to the bullpen in foul territory in right field and tossed another 15 pitches, ending his day at 80 pitches, the most any Nationals starter has thrown in a game this spring.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 20, 2015

Harper homers, Scherzer sharp as Nationals beat Astros

Bryce Harper hit his first home run and Max Scherzer struck out six in five innings Friday, leading the Washington Nationals to a 7-5 victory over the Houston Astros.
CSN Washington Mar 20, 2015

Scherzer faces Astros in Kissimmee

Max Scherzer is scheduled to go five innings today as the Nationals face the Astros in Kissimmee. Join the live game thread on Nats Insider!
Washington Post Mar 20, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals vs. Astros spring training lineups and discussion thread

Max Scherzer will make his fourth start of the spring Friday against the Astros. He’ll be pushed to five innings or around 75 pitches, according to Nationals manager Matt Williams. He will also have to hit for the first time. Scherzer will be tested by a Houston lineup featuring several projected regulars. See that lineup for yourself, then discuss below:Read full article >>

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