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MASN Sports Jul 18, 2016

Scherzer pitches well again, continuing starters hot streak - Byron Kerr

Scherzer continued hot streak Sunday, is 5-2 with 1.62 ERA since June 1
MetsBlog Jul 9, 2016

Murphy, Scherzer too much for Mets, presented by W.B. Mason

Daniel Murphy continued to torch his former team and Max Scherzer fanned nine in seven innings as the Nationals dropped the Mets five games back in the N.L. East with a 6-1 win on Saturday night at Citi Field.
MASN Sports Jul 6, 2016

Charlie Fliegel: Scherzer having solid season, despite high home run total - Nationals Buzz

Max Scherzer has had a good season - he currently ranks ninth in National League pitcher fWAR. He's already at 155 strikeouts. But despite those positives, he's also given up 21 home runs in only 18 starts. He's leading the...
The Ledger Jul 4, 2016

Morrison drives in 2, Rays top Angels 4-2

Logan Morrison homered and drove in two runs Monday to help the struggling Tampa Bay Rays end a four-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.
MASN Sports Jul 4, 2016

Scherzer allows homer, Nats go quietly in 1-0 loss to Brewers - Byron Kerr

Right-hander Max Scherzer's trend of of pitching well but allowing at least one homer continued again Monday in his start against the Brewers. Martin Maldonado hit a solo homer to lead off the fifth inning to give the Brewers a...

Brewers face Max Scherzer in morning tilt vs. Nationals

Washington, D.C. - It's rise and shine for the Brewers on Monday as they play an 11 a.m. EDT contest against the Washington Nationals and Max Scherzer.
New York Post Jun 30, 2016

Mets just can’t shake the ghost of resurgent Daniel Murphy

WASHINGTON — This time, it’s personal. Just ask Max Scherzer. “It’s just obvious he wants to beat them up,” the Nationals’ stud pitcher said Wednesday night of Daniel Murphy, who beat up once again on the club that drafted, developed, deployed and dismissed him. “It’s obvious. Everybody wants to. When you face your former team,...
San Jose Mercury News Jun 30, 2016

Sean Manaea pitches A's past Giants

A's rout Giants 7-1 for their third win in the Bay Bridge Series and sixth win in their past seven games.
Toronto Sun Jun 30, 2016
Blue Jays manager to pitcher Aaron Sanchez: Don't swing

Blue Jays manager to pitcher Aaron Sanchez: Don't swing

It seemed an unorthodox play at the time but there was plenty of method to manager John Gibbons' madness when he allowed Aaron Sanchez to come to the plate in the top of the eighth inning.
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 30, 2016

Dominant Max Scherzer shuts down Mets as Nationals finish off sweep, 4-2 | Rapid reaction

The Mets fell six games back of the Nationals with a 4-2 loss at Nationals Park.

Postgame: Nunez's triple ruled a double under MLB technicality

Jepsen has another troubled outing; Dozier, on a home-run spree, tries a surprise bunt.
CSN Washington Jun 29, 2016

Behind Max Scherzer, Nationals go for the sweep against Mets

BY JEREMY FIALKOW (@JeremyFialkow)Nationals (46-32) vs. Mets (40-36) at Nationals ParkThe Nationals are on the verge of discovering the perfect response to a dismal
MetsBlog Jun 29, 2016

Pitching Preview: Scherzer vs. Verrett

Max Scherzer (8-5, 3.52 ERA) will start for the Nationals on Wednesday against Mets RHP Logan Verrett (3-4, 4.14 ERA).

#IChallengeMax: Max Scherzer steps to plate for this season's Fan Challenge

Two no-hitters. A 20-strikeout game. Three All-Star Games. A Cy Young Award. OK, now that we've listed a few of his credentials, it's pretty obvious that you probably can't beat Max Scherzer in baseball. But you could beat him at...
Topeka Capital-Journal Jun 25, 2016

Dog of the Year: Reporter's dog, like namesake Max Scherzer, has differently colored eyes

Former Topeka Capital-Journal employee Ashley Nickle this week submitted her Australian shepherd, Max, for the Jim Ramberg Dog of the Year contest. Max was named after former Detroit Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer, now with the Washington Nationals, whom Nickle covered during her time as a reporter in Detroit. She chose his name because both Scherzer and her dog have different colored eyes. The cause is a genetic anomaly called heterochromia iridum. Scherzer’s dog also has the condition. read more

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