Let the chocolate syrup flow.
Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer will likely be scratched from his next scheduled start Tuesday at Atlanta because of a sprained right thumb.
“My adrenaline was flowing,” Scherzer acknowledged. “Let’s just say that.”
Even before the first pitch of the 2015 season is thrown, an eye-popping baseball record will be set.
Max Scherzer pitched four shutout innings and Dan Uggla hit his first home run of the spring Sunday in the Washington Nationals’ 3-2 loss to the Houston Astros.
As you can see in the video, Max is keeping count on his fingers.
As for if the Tigers so called “window” is closing, Max wasn’t so quick to agree.
As a fan long before he was a player and manager, Ausmus can see how fans might be upset at the recent departures of Scherzer and Suh.
Max Scherzer will take fun over flawless in his first start for the Washington Nationals.
“I was going to have enough money for the rest of my life regardless of what was going to happen,” Scherzer told Rosenthal.