Born with a rare condition called heterochromia, Scherzer has one blue eye and one brown eye, making for a unique sight when he's staring down a batter from the mound. He's becoming better known as a power pitcher with a tough change of speeds and an occasionally nasty slider.
|15-9 W-L||4.43 ERA||174 Ks|
|1-1 W-L||5.74 ERA||14 Ks|
03/25/2015: WSH@STL: Scherzer strikes out nine over six frames
03/25/2015: WSH@STL: Scherzer K's Wacha to escape a jam
03/20/2015: WSH@HOU: Scherzer strikes out Carter to end the 1st
03/12/2015: Nationals players discuss addition of Scherzer
03/10/2015: WSH@MIA: Scherzer calls Stanton the best hitter in NL
01/26/2015: Outlook: Scherzer remains top-tier pitching option
01/22/2015: Mike Rizzo talks Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg
01/21/2015: Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer joins Intentional Talk
01/21/2015: Nationals unveil pitcher Max Scherzer in D.C.
01/21/2015: Nationals introduce righty ace Scherzer in D.C.