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Thor’sLinks: Deep Cy

Thor’sLinks: Deep Cy

Remember when we had Cy Young candidate pitchers? That was fun. To what should be the absolute surprise of nobody beyond the unfriendly confines of Massachusetts, Corey Kluber (AL) and Max Scherzer (NL) won the Cy Young Award for their respective leagues. Nice of the BBWAA to agree with me, once again. And I can do this without the need to demand free hot dogs. Also, our outsider’s group of the IBWAA came to the same conclusion. I swear, had they not screwed up the Manager of the Year vote, I would think that I constitute 100% of the IBWAA voting bloc. But the saddest part of the CYA...
ESPN Nov 15, 2017

It's time to start talking about Max Scherzer as an all-time great

It's time to start talking about Max Scherzer as an all-time great
Grand Rapids Press Nov 15, 2017
Max Scherzer wins 2nd straight NL Cy Young Award

Max Scherzer wins 2nd straight NL Cy Young Award

In the American League, Corey Kluber won his second Cy Young, beating out Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale. Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer won his second consecutive National League Cy Young Award on Wednesday. The Washington Nationals pitcher received 27 of 30 first-place votes. The other three went to Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw.  Former Tigers prospect Robbie Ray, now with the Arizona Diamondbacks, finished in seventh place. In the American League, Corey Kluber won his second Cy Young, beating out Red Sox left-hander Chris...
Bless You Boys Nov 15, 2017
J.D. Martinez won’t be re-signing with the Tigers

J.D. Martinez won’t be re-signing with the Tigers

Sorry to kill your dreams, kids. If there is one name that bargain hunting general managers get a chill upon hearing, it is that of super-agent Scott Boras. Boras was the mastermind behind the mega deal that took Max Scherzer to the Washington Nationals on a seven-year, $210 million dollar deal. He represents a who’s who of the MLB elite, from Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant to big offseason targets like Jake Arrieta and Eric Hosmer. And, as of November 2017, he now represents former Tiger J.D. Martinez. According to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick, the early whispers are that Martinez will be...
Grand Rapids Press Nov 6, 2017
Max Scherzer among Cy Young finalists: Complete list of 2017 MLB awards

Max Scherzer among Cy Young finalists: Complete list of 2017 MLB awards

Scherzer, 33, has twice won the Cy Young, first with the Tigers in 2013 and then with the Washington Nationals last year. Former Detroit Tiger Max Scherzer is one of three finalists for the National League Cy Young Award, the Baseball Writers Association of American announced Monday night. Scherzer, 33, has twice won the Cy Young, first with the Tigers in 2013 and then with the Washington Nationals last year. He's been stellar since signing a seven-year, $210 million contract with the Nationals after the 2014 season. No current Tigers were finalists for any of...
Washington Times Oct 26, 2017

Maddux joins St. Louis Cardinals as pitching coach

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Former Washington Nationals pitching coach Mike Maddux has been hired by the St. Louis Cardinals. Maddux replaces Derek Lilliquist on manager Mike Mathney's staff. He joins the Cardinals after spending the last two seasons in Washington, where he coached 2016 Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer. ...
Washington Times Oct 22, 2017

Options for Washington Nationals next manager

In a vacuum, what's not to like? Bryce Harper is back. So is Max Scherzer, who may again win the National League Cy Young Award this offseason. Stephen Strasburg has reached his peak. Daniel Murphy is around for one more year. Ryan Zimmerman just had a career season. The bullpen, ...

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