Cheating? Aging curve? 39-year-old veteran silences controversy in pitchers’ graveyards

New York Mets’ Max Scherzer (39) pitched a perfect game at Coors Field, the “graveyard of pitchers.

Scherzer pitched a complete game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday (July 27), allowing one run on six hits and one walk while striking out eight. He pitched a Quality Start Plus (seven innings or less of three earned runs in a start), leading to a 5-2 victory.

Scherzer has faced his fair share of issues this season. He was ejected from a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on March 20 for using a performance-enhancing substance. He insisted it was rosin, not PEDs, saying, “I swear on my children’s lives,” but was ultimately suspended for 10 games. This, coupled with right neck spasms and a drop in velocity, led to suspicions of an aging curve.

However, Scherzer quickly regained his velocity. On April 15, he pitched five innings of two-hit ball against Washington, allowing one 먹튀검증 run on two hits with six strikeouts, and on April 22, he pitched a quality start against Cleveland, allowing one run on three hits with one walk and eight strikeouts in six innings.

It marked the return of the ace against Colorado. “Scherzer has struggled at Coors Field throughout his career, but this was his best performance of the season,” said, the official website of Major League Baseball. He went seven innings for the first time this year,” said

After the game, Scherzer said, “I’m finally healthy. I had good chemistry with my catcher, Francisco Alvarez. We played the game the way we wanted to play it,” said Schuerzer, who was pleased with his performance. When told it was his first win at Coors Field, he said, “It’s great. It’s nice to get a win here.”

Scherzer has had a successful career. He already has 3200 strikeouts, three Cy Young Awards, four league wins, and eight All-Star selections. praised Scherzer, saying, “There aren’t many mountains left for him to climb.

Still, there’s a mountain yet to be conquered. Win at PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. All eyes will be on Scherzer to see if he can get the job done when he takes on Pittsburgh in a three-game series starting June 10.

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