By: Evan Jankens

There are some things in life that are just priceless.

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I’ll never forget when my mom threw out my favorite sweatpants while I was growing up. I was pissed and didn’t think something could ever come close to replacing my old friend.

Former Detroit Tigers starting pitcher, who is now with the Washington Nationals, had his wife throw out one of his most prized pieces of memorabilia.

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Scherzer sent out the following tweet, “Wife was cleaning up the house and threw away a “dirty” Jersey… It was the 2nd No Hitter Jersey! #ShesSleepingOnTheCouch.”

Why didn’t she just throw it in the washing machine if it was “dirty?” Washing it in my opinion would have just as bad if not worse, she would be washing away all the sweat and dirt from October 3, 2015 when he struck out 17 against the New York Mets.

Max did get a little revenge by throwing away one of his wife’s purses.

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Some ladies might disagree, but I don’t even think that is close to comparable.