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Predictions for the NL East in 2017

As opposed to 2015, the NL East was one of the better divisions in the MLB in 2016. Their division included two playoff teams (Mets and Nationals) and included a very talented Marlins team who only finished 3 games under .500 and were in the playoff hunt for the majority of the season. 462 more words

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Broken Knuckle Hampering Max Scherzer

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Neither Max Scherzer nor Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker is certain the reigning NL Cy Young Award winner will be ready to pitch when opening day rolls around. 605 more words

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Scherzer's Knuckle Causing Pain; Nats Make Contingency Plans

HOWARD FENDRICH, AP Sports Writer

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Neither Max Scherzer nor Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker is certain the reigning NL Cy Young Award winner will be ready to pitch when opening day rolls around. 607 more words

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Nationals' Max Scherzer may not be ready for Opening Day

WASHINGTON — Nationals ace Max Scherzer may not be ready for Opening Day.

Chelsea Janes of The Washington Post reports Scherzer, who withdrew from the upcoming World Baseball Classic… 98 more words

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Report: Tanner Roark to Pitch in World Baseball Classic

WASHINGTON — Nationals pitcher Tanner Roark will reportedly step in for injured Max Scherzer in the World Baseball Classic.

Scherzer announced Monday he would no longer be participating in the global baseball tournament after suffering a… 93 more words

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Nationals' Max Scherzer has Withdrawn from the World Baseball Classic with Fractured Finger (Giuseppe)

Nationals’ ace and reigning NL CY Young award winner Max Scherzer was planning on pitching for team USA in the 2017 World baseball Classic, but Scherzer’s hopes of being the anchor of the 2017 USA team in the international event came to an end on Monday when it was announced that Scherzer had a fractured finger. 400 more words

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Scherzer Reveals He Pitched Since August With Injured Finger

HOWARD FENDRICH, AP Sports Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) — NL Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer revealed Monday that he pitched at the end of last season with an injured finger on his throwing hand and now will skip the World Baseball Classic. 309 more words

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