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Sport Even Max Scherzer’s celebratory goggles have different color eyes

17:01  25 september  2019
17:01  25 september  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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She had different - colored eyes . Scherzer ’ s heterochromia has been reflected in several anatomically correct bobbleheads, including a large figure outside of Detroit’s Comerica Park. The Tigers celebrated their AL Central title, complete with @ Max _ Scherzer ’ s two-toned goggles http

Max Scherzer racked up an unbelievable amount of wins in 2013 Back in 2012, Scherzer busted out special heterochromic goggles NESN reported he received as This year, Scherzer once again wore the goggles when the team clinched the division, via this tweet from Baseball Prospectus' Paul Sporer.

Max Scherzer is all about consistency, even when it comes to his celebratory goggles.

a man wearing a red hat© Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Scherzer has a condition called heterochromia iridum that leads to two different colored irises in his eyes: his right is blue and his left is brown.

When the Washington Nationals celebrated Tuesday that they had clinched a playoff berth, Scherzer’s goggles matched his eye color.

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Scherzer pitched the second game of a doubleheader against the Phillies. He went six innings of four-run ball for the win, striking out 10. He’s now 11-7 with a 2.92 ERA after missing time in August due to a back injury that is still giving him trouble. The Nats will hope he is at his best when the postseason begins.

The Nats look likely to face the Milwaukee Brewers in the Wild Card Game.

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