Max Scherzer does his job again, and in typical hard-nosed fashion

null Baseball null null Max Scherzer wasn't hurt Wednesday even though his bruised face indicated otherwise. He had all he needed: clear eyes and a right arm full of gas.The Nationals' ace took the mound one night after he busted his nose by bunting a batting practice pitch into his face. The bunt was executed with, shall we say, less than total gusto. Scherzer's pitching, on the other hand, was quintessential . . . Max effort. He limited the Phillies to four hits and a pair of walks over seven scoreless innings and 117 pitches. He struck out 10. He got the win and the Nats (35-38) completed a sweep of a day-night doubleheader, which pushed them to four games behind the Phils for the National League's second wild-card berth.MORE:  Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN Now, while it's true that Scherzer's performance wasn't a Bloody Sock Game or a gem thrown by someone whose elbow (or hams夜网论坛tring) could unravel at any second, it was still a forceful reminder to teammates and opponents alike: Answer the call, do your job, no excuses."This is just going to be part of what you got to do. You take the ball every fifth time," Scherzer t[......]

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