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In first three Nats seasons, Max Scherzer has been a bargain. What will he be next?

History suggests Washington ace is at an age when he’ll begin to decline, but he’s already proven himself an outlier.

Cy Young winner Max Scherzer says college baseball helped him prosper

In the modern era, the nurture of young pitchers involves strict limits on pitches. Julio Urias, the Dodgers’ 21-year-old prodigy, has started 89 professional games without ever throwing more than 100 pitches, according to online game logs. Talented high school pitchers can be scared away from...

Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber win Cy Young Awards by wide margins

5 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals has coasted to his third Cy Young Award and second straight in the National League.

Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber are Cy Young winners

Washington's Scherzer has now won award three times, while Cleveland’s Kluber has two.

Nats' Max Scherzer, Indians' Corey Kluber win Cy Young Awards

Nov 15 (Reuters) - Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer won his second consecutive Cy Young Award as the National League's top pitcher on Wednesday while Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians took home American League honors. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Nationals’ Max Scherzer wins back-to-back NL Cy Young Awards

5 days agoNews : USAToday: News

In claiming his second NL Cy Young in a row, Nationals' Max Scherzer became the 10th pitcher ever to collect at least three such recognitions.        

Corey Kluber and Max Scherzer win Cy Young Awards in a landslide

It’s hard to argue with either of these outcomes. Out of a pool of six strong candidates, the 2017 Cy Young Award winners are Corey Kluber and Max Scherzer. The finalists on the NL side of things were the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw, and the Nationals’ top duo of Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg. Show More Summary

Nationals’ Max Scherzer beats Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw for NL Cy Young

Scherzer drew 27 of the 30 first-place votes from the BBWAA. Kershaw got the other three and finished second overall, the seventh consecutive year he has finished in the top five.

Nationals' Max Scherzer wins the NL Cy Young Award

Max Scherzer beat Clayton Kershaw for the National League Cy Young award on Wednesday, with Corey Kluber winning the American League award. Scherzer and Kluber also won the respective awards last year. No pitcher had won a Cy Young in consecutive years since Kershaw. Scherzer got 27 of the 30 first-place...

Which of MLB's six Cy Young finalists would you want to build a pitching staff around?

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Max Scherzer on Nationals' new coaching staff: 'Sometimes change is good'

Scherzer said 'it was sad' losing Dusty Baker and Mike Maddux, but he looks forward to working with Dave Martinez.

Nationals' Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg named NL Cy Young Award finalists

A year after having a finalist for all four major awards, Washington has two finalists for just one of them.

Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer looks to pitch his Scottsdale, Ariz., penthouse

Finding no takers for his Scottsdale, Ariz., penthouse last year at about $2 million, Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer has put the contemporary-vibe unit back in play for $1.799 million. Set atop the Optima Camelview Village building, the corner penthouse holds three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms...

For vanquished Nationals, an inning that will live in infamy

Max Scherzer took the mound in the fifth with a one-run lead, but after an excruciating turn of events, the Nats were staring at a three-run deficit.

Cubs edge Nationals, set up NLCS rematch with Dodgers

The defending World Series champion Cubs trailed, 4-1, before scoring four runs in the fifth inning off two-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer.

More heartbreak for the Nationals, as they fall to Cubs 9-8 in wild Game 5

In a long, wild and strange game, Nationals ace Max Scherzer came in with a lead and gave it away.

The Nationals’ hellish inning in Game 5 might have been helped by an umpiring mistake

I’m not an expert. Walk me through this. In the 666th inning the Nationals have played in the NLDS as a franchise — the inning never changes — they ran into a problem. Max Scherzer was cruising with two outs, and then he allowed an infield single. Show More Summary

Dealt a bad hand, Max Scherzer still looks like an ace in Game 3 loss to Cubs

Nationals right-hander overcomes hamstring injury to make dominant start but is ultimately not enough in his 2017 postseason debut.

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