Max Scherzer Joins Fox Sports as Studio Analyst for ALCSNationals' ace Max Scherzer will join Fox Sports as a studio analyst during the 2015 ALCS.
Max Scherzer Named NL Player of Week to End SeasonNationals pitcher Max Scherzer, fresh off his second no-hitter of the season, was named the National League Player of the Week on Monday.
Scherzer Throws His Second No-Hitter This SeasonMax Scherzer pitched his second no-hitter this season for Washington, striking out a team-record 17 and leading the Nationals over the NL East champion New York Mets 2-0.
For Max Scherzer, World Is His Bullpen (Photos)On a rainy day, why not throw a bullpen session in the team hotel, with a person who appears to be bullpen catcher Octavio Martinez?
Nats Fall to Mets, Now Five Back of First PlaceAce Max Scherzer allowed five runs over six innings. Wilson Ramos hit a grand slam for Washington, temporarily giving them the lead.
Max Scherzer Says 'Rock-Paper-Scissors' Completely WrongMax Scherzer completely butchers "Rock-Paper-Scissors." What has the world come to?
Scherzer Knocked Around as Nationals Fall to Pirates 7-5Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer put his team in an early hole when Pedro Alvarez crushed a two-run home run out of the stadium in the second inning.
Rizzo: Nationals Will Decide on Scherzer's All-Star Game Participation SoonNats GM Mike Rizzo's preference is to use Max Scherzer against Baltimore on Sunday, disqualifying him from playing in the All-Star Game.
This Week In Baseball: Midseason AwardsWe've reached the midway point of the season, time to look at the awards races.
Why Nationals Couldn't Review Controversial Fair Ball Call in Walk-Off Loss to BravesThe Nationals were not allowed to review a controversial 'fair ball' call which resulted in a 2-1 walk-off loss to Atlanta.
4 Contract Clauses Almost As Crazy As Bobby Bonilla'sNo contract clause is worse than Bobby Bonilla's with the New York Mets, but here are some other contracts that certainly raise some eyebrows.
The 'Perfect' Way to Relive Scherzer's No-HitterHere's the final radio call from Max Scherzer's no-hitter with all traces of the blown perfect game removed.