Max Scherzer New York Mets

Age: 37 (July 27, 1984) | 6' 3" | 208lbs. | Throws: Right Minors: p-33 ph-2
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
WAS NL 2018 18 7 0 0 33 33 220.1 150 23 51 300 2.53 0.91 0.95 2.1 12.3 .283 34/18/48 41 40
WAS NL 2019 11 7 0 0 27 27 172.0 144 18 33 243 2.93 1.03 1.09 1.7 12.7 .342 41/21/38 27 28
WAS NL 2020 5 4 0 0 12 12 67.0 70 10 23 92 3.76 1.39 1.44 3.1 12.4 .382 33/27/40 12 18
WAS NL 2021 8 4 0 0 19 19 111.0 71 18 28 147 2.76 0.89 1.01 2.3 11.9 .242 32/17/51 21 20
LAD NL 2021 7 0 0 0 11 11 68.0 48 5 8 89 1.99 0.82 0.88 1.1 11.8 .295 35/21/44 18 16
NYM NL 2022 5 1 0 0 8 8 49.2 36 5 11 59 2.54 0.95 0.99 2.0 10.7 .277 34/19/47 11 10
Career 15yrs 195 98 0 0 415 406 2582.2 2108 292 688 3079 3.15 1.08 1.12 2.4 10.7 .302 n/a
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0-3 2.45 ERA last 4 starts. 
van wilhoite LVW
Jun 26 '18

Nice company!

Has anyone else had three? Because Max got his fist immaculata last year. He's just warming up.

Alex Patton Alex
Jun 6 '18

I saw this on the ESPN feed.  I haven't heard the term before, but I assume an immaculate inning is 9 straight strikes. Not a bad group to be a part of.

Max Scherzer is the first to 10 wins. The Nats ace moved to 10-1 with a dominant outing in Washington's 4-2 win over the Rays. Scherzer fanned 13, walked none, and posted the second immaculate inning of his career. He's believed to be just the fifth hurler ever with multiple immaculate innings. The other four are all Hall of Famers: Lefty Grove, Sandy Koufax, Nolan Ryan, and Randy Johnson.

Doron Scharf jerome
Jun 6 '18

Tonight:

99 pitches, 81 for strikes!

First-pitch strikes to 25 of 28!

Called strikes 17, swing and misses 24!

Unreal.

Alex Patton Alex
Jun 6 '18

So I have a limit on how much I spend on pitchers due to injuries ($35) so I didn't get Scherzer, but my uncapped projections for him to start the offseason was $54.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Jun 6 '18

Scherzer running the bases seems like a bad bet to be making with the best pitcher in the National League. I'd rather lose one game then win that way.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Jun 4 '18

Kluber is also on target to earn $69 in 4x4, though, with fewer K's than Scherzer, just a paltry and embarrassing $54 in 5x5.

Walter Shapiro WShapiro
May 31 '18

Stretched his winning streak to eight yesterday. In his only loss of the season, back on April 4, he gave up two earned runs in six innings, walking two, striking out seven.

In his two non-decisions, he allowed a total of three earned runs, striking out 28 batters in 13 1/3 innings.

A third of the way through the season, he's on pace to earn $69 in 4x4 and $60 in 5x5.

And thanks to Max Scherzer, I'm thinking of giving more weight to strikeouts next year in 5x5. $60 is way too low. 

Alex Patton Alex
May 31 '18

Became the faster pitcher in the Modern Era to reach 100 K's in a season, last night.

He's simply a beast.

Keith Cromer Slyke
May 20 '18

On pace for a $60 season so far.  14K/9 going into today's game against the Yankees.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
May 16 '18