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NLDS Game 5 Can Put Max Scherzer Back on Map as Clutch Postseason Ace

Max Scherzer has started 276 games in the major leagues. That includes 11 in the postseason, which have covered a World Series game and Game 6 of the American League Championship Series. According to him, none of these compares to his assignment in Game 5 of the National League Division Series on Thursday. "This is probably the biggest start of my career, the biggest start of my life," the Washington Nationals ace said about his date with the Los Angeles Dodgers, via MLB.
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