A Max Scherzer no-hitter through six quickly turned into three unearned runs scored on two Ian Desmond errors in the Nats’ 3-1 Opening Day loss to the Mets.
Max Scherzer had plenty of jokes to go around for his Nationals teammates in a recent radio interview.
Bryce Harper’s reaction to the news that the Washington Nationals added Max Scherzer to an already-talented starting staff drew quite a lot of attention.
The Nationals have announced Max Scherzer as their Opening Day starting pitcher two weeks in advance of the 2015 regular season.
Max Scherzer is described as an all-around clubhouse guy by Drew Storen. Kind of like a “turbo-charged” Tyler Clippard behind the scenes.
With the signing of Max Scherzer, the Washington Nationals’ starting rotation – if it stays as is – is the best in Major League Baseball in 2015, but what about beyond?
Newest National Max Scherzer opens up about perception in the league of Bryce Harper, and his relationship to facial hair, media, and the tops of pizza.
Of all the teams, why did Max Scherzer choose the Nationals? “Winning,” the pitcher said during his introductory press conference. “Winning, and winning a lot.”
Max Scherzer will reportedly earn $210 million over seven years from the Nationals, according to Ken Rosenthal.
The Nationals have reached an agreement to sign pitcher Max Scherzer for seven years, reportedly worth more than $180 million, according to multiple outlets.