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Anibal Sanchez loses his bid for a no-hitter with one out in the eighth inning

Update #2 (9:53 PM EST): For those who are still keeping tabs on this game, the top of the eighth inning just finished. The Jays have scored six runs, reducing their deficit to 8-6 against the Tigers. 329 more words

The Braves get a walkoff win against Max Scherzer

Kind of hard to fault Max Scherzer here. He pitched into the ninth inning having given up only one run, having struck out nine, and having retired ten in a row coming into the final frame. 196 more words

On This Day In Baseball History: July 3, 2013

Detroit starter Max Scherzer gets his 13th win to bringing his season record to 13-0. Scherzer’s 13-0 is the best start by a pitcher since… 43 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

Wacky way for Scherzer, Nats to lose

OK, so he lost his perfect game bid in the third inning, not the sixth, seventh or ninth like he had the last three times he pitched. 676 more words

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Why Nationals Couldn't Review Controversial Fair Ball Call in Walk-Off Loss to Braves

WASHINGTON — Max Scherzer pitched 8.1 innings of one-run baseball against the Braves Thursday night, ultimately losing 2-1 after giving up a controversial game-winning single in the ninth inning. 494 more words


Braves may have something special in Manny Banuelos

While the Braves are losing series, struggling just to get back to .500 and projecting little hope of making the playoffs, they can remember what happened Thursday night as a positive sign for the future — not just their own but pitcher Manny Banuelos’. 653 more words


Who Has Pitched the Dazzy-est in 2015?

By Glen Sparks

Sadly, the 2015 baseball season is nearing the halfway point. Three more months and the playoffs begin. Following the World Series, we must be content to do, as the great Rogers Hornsby said he did every offseason, stare out the window and wait for spring. 416 more words