Tim Tebow Strikes Out On 3 Pitches Against Max Scherzer [VIDEO]LF Tim Tebow went 0 for 4, striking out swinging twice against Washington's NL Cy Young winner Max Scherzer.
Scherzer Knuckles Down, Comes Up With New Fastball GripMax Scherzer has come to grips with a finger injury — by coming up with a new, unusual grip for his fastball.
Scherzer's Knuckle Causing Pain; Nats Make Contingency PlansNeither Max Scherzer nor Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker is certain the reigning NL Cy Young Award winner will be ready to pitch when opening day rolls around.
Scherzer Reveals He Pitched Since August With Injured FingerNL Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer revealed Monday that he pitched at the end of last season with an injured finger on his throwing hand and now will skip the World Baseball Classic.
Max Scherzer Wins National League Cy Young AwardMax Scherzer of the Washington Nationals has become the sixth pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues, taking the NL prize by a wide margin.
Max Scherzer's Wife Throws Away His Second No-Hitter Jersey [PHOTO]There are somethings in life that are just priceless.
Max Scherzer Makes Between The Legs No-Look Catch [VIDEO]Scherzer won his second straight start, but was far more dominant than in each of his two previous outings when he allowed eight runs and struck out nine.
Scherzer's No-Hit Bid Broken Up By Lindor In 7th InningMax Scherzer's bid for a third career no-hitter has ended in the seventh inning when the Washington Nationals pitcher gave up a one-out single to Francisco Lindor.
From Harper's Ejection To Scherzer's 20 Ks, Nats Making News"I think the only person that's pretty upset that saw it is my mom. I told her, 'Sorry.' I texted her."
Scherzer: 'Strikeouts Are Sexy' [VIDEO]"Tonight was an emotional game, facing a former team and all those guys I have so much respect for," Scherzer said after pitching against the Tigers for the first time since leaving Detroit.
Tigers Announce Pitching Coach Jeff Jones' RetirementJones was named to the position in July of 2011, and saw both Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer win the American League Cy Young Award in 2011 and 2013, respectively, under his watch.
Reds Nearly No-Hit In 5-1 Loss To Scherzer, NationalsIt's been 44 years and more than 7,000 games since the Cincinnati Reds were no-hit in the regular season, the longest active streak in the majors.