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23:50  14 august  2019
23:50  14 august  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Nationals ace Max Scherzer to miss at least one more start

Nationals ace Max Scherzer to miss at least one more start The Washington Nationals are not expecting to get ace pitcher and top Cy Young candidate Max Scherzer back any time soon. Scherzer, 35, last pitched for Washington on July 25. That came after a near three-week hiatus with a back injury. Now on the injured list, Nationals manager Dave Martinez noted ahead of Wednesday’s game that Scherzer will likely miss at least one more start and potentially even more. “Because he did come out not feeling good, I think the best thing is to make sure that he feels 100 percent, really,” Martinez said, via Jamal Collier of MLB.com. “Like I said, it’s frustrating for him, because he’s never been injured….

Max Scherzer is extremely ready to get back in action after a lengthy absence from the mound.

Max Scherzer ‘ready to go’ following back issue© Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Scherzer, who last pitched on Jul. 25 and has only taken the mound once since Jul. 6, said Wednesday he has no need to throw another side session and is ready to pitch in a game situation.

The Nationals have held their own without Scherzer and occupy the first wild card spot in the National League. Last time he pitched, his back immediately flared up again, so the Nationals will be watching him closely. He sounds eager to go, though, which is great news.

Scherzer might throw bullpen session Saturday

Scherzer might throw bullpen session Saturday The Washington Nationals are finally getting some good news about ace right-hander Max Scherzer. 

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Max Scherzer ‘ready to go’ following back issue

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