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Washington's Max Scherzer maxing out in 2015 NL Cy Young watch

Washington's Max Scherzer maxing out in 2015 NL Cy Young watch

Washington's Max Scherzer rolls into the top spot among the candidates for the 2015 NL Cy Young award.

Max Scherzer loses bid for back-to-back no-hitters

Max Scherzer has been so dominant teammates are surprised when he actually gives up a hit.
CSN Washington Jun 26, 2015

Phillies broadcasters successfully jinx Scherzer during perfect game

Max Scherzer had a perfect game going on Friday night -- until the Phillies broadcasters pulled an old trick.
CSN Washington Jun 26, 2015

Arby's to 'honor' Scherzer after another strong start

What's better than what Max Scherzer has done on the mound of late? The fact that Arby's is taking notice.
philly.com Jun 26, 2015

Phillies battle Scherzer but lose, 5-2

The Phillies weren't able to take advantage of Washington righthander Max Scherzer on an off night. At least judging by his recent performances, Scherzer was downright hittable Friday night. Beatable is another story.
Washington Post Jun 26, 2015

Scherzer flirts with perfection again, settles for a win as Nats handle Phillies

PHILADELPHIA —Max Scherzer did not throw another no-hitter in Friday night’s 5-2 win over the Phillies, and only in the context of his remarkable stretch of dominance could that qualify as a regression.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jun 26, 2015

Scherzer dominates again as Nationals top Phillies

Max Scherzer carried a perfect game into the sixth inning -- the third time in three starts -- and helped Washington to a win over Philadelphia.
NoNoHitters.com Jun 26, 2015

Scherzer flirts with 2nd no-no

The Washington Natuonals’ Max Scherzer flirted with history tonight, taking a perfect game into the sixth inning in his first start since his no-hitter. Scherzer gave up a one-out double to Freddie Galvis, ending his chance at duplicating Johnny Vander Meer’s feat.
CSN Washington Jun 26, 2015

Max Scherzer takes mound looking for no-hitter encore

Max Scherzer takes the mound Friday night, looking to follow up his last two masterful performances. Join the conversation here via NatsInsider.com.
Washington Post Jun 26, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Max Scherzer seeks second consecutive no-hitter against familiar foe

Max Scherzer will look to extend the Nationals’ six-game winning streak and franchise record 41 1/3 consecutive scoreless innings by Washington starters when he takes the mound Friday at Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park. Scherzer will also seek to become the second pitcher to throw no-hitters in consecutive starts, as Cincinnati’s Johnny Vander Meer did in 1938.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jun 26, 2015

Nationals’ Max Scherzer gets stronger as the game goes on

Fresh off two of the best starts of his major league career, including the second no-hitter in Nationals history, Max Scherzer can reach another milestone Friday night in Philadelphia.When the Nationals begin a three-game series against the Phillies, Scherzer will take the mound a win shy of 100 in his career.Read full article >>

Fister continues amazing stretch for Nats rotation

After the Nationals signed Max Scherzer in January, many predicted they would have one of the best starting rotations in recent baseball history. Then the season started and for months everyone not named Max dealt with either injuries or inconsistent results. That was until this past week. With Doug Fister’s seven shutout frames on Thursday against the…
philly.com Jun 25, 2015

Fresh off no-hitter, Scherzer faces Phillies

The Phillies have already faced Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer three times through 74 games this season. They haven't opposed the righthander on this kind of roll.
Washington Post Jun 25, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals Park flooded Saturday night

Not an hour after Max Scherzer completed his no-hitter Saturday afternoon, before chocolate sauce was scrubbed and postgame interviews complete, a tremendous storm hit Nationals Park. Rain pounded the park, lightning snapped, crackled and popped, and thunder boomed as the baseball gods exacted revenge against Scherzer for mounting Olympus with a second straight masterpiece — or perhaps against Jose Tabata’s fatefully positioned elbow for breaking it up.Read full article >>

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