A wild scene played out during Tuesday’s Washington Nationals-Philadelphia Phillies tilt when a flabbergasted Max Scherzer was checked multiple times by umpires for foreign substances.
Max Scherzer anchored a pitching staff that led the Washington Nationals to a World Series championship in 2019, and general manager Mike Rizzo correctly stated this week that the ace has more than se
Ask Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer, though, and it quickly becomes clear he’s a huge proponent of having people back in ballparks this season.
In a case of curious happenstance sure to add another unwanted level of angst for Detroit Tigers fans, with the conclusion of the World Series and the Washington Nationals being crowned champs, e
Max Scherzer, among the best pitchers in Major League Baseball, apparently carries his dominance in competition well beyond the mound.
The Washington Capitals put on a show for their fans on Monday night in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, throttling the Vegas Golden Knights by a score of 6-2 at Verizon Center to take a commanding 3-
Max Scherzer wrote his name in Major League Baseball’s record books by striking out 20 batters in the Washington Nationals’ 3-2 win over the pitcher’s former team, the Detroit Tiger
Max Scherzer has enjoyed a pretty successful season in his first year with the Washington Nationals, a campaign highlighted by incredible back-to-back starts in June that saw the ace pitch a one-hitt
The Washington Nationals’ chocolate syrup-drenched, post-game hijinks were the talk of Major League Baseball as the team’s winning ways — especially those involving late-game heroic
Given that Max Scherzer openly — and apparently jokingly — campaigned earlier this season against pitchers hitting in the National League, relegating the practice to the annals of basebal
The celebratory and sticky chocolate syrup-based post-game antics employed by the Washington Nationals this season has caught the baseball world by storm.
A handful of times over the past few weeks, Max Scherzer has arrived upon the scene during a heroic Washington Nationals player’s post-game interview with a bottle of chocolate syrup in hand, w
Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer is attempting to clarify quotes attributed to him and first published in a column by CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman by claiming the comments were “taken
Giants ace Madison Bumgarner rejected the notion forwarded by Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer that the National League would be far better off employing the designated hitter rule.
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