Many consider the Washington Nationals ace, Max Scherzer, as the best right-handed starting pitcher in all of baseball after he won his third Cy Young award in 2017. By winning that award not only did he win for the second straight season, but he became the tenth pitcher in MLB history to win three Cy Young awards. The five-time All-Star lead the National League in strikeouts in 2016 and 2017 and tied an MLB record when he struck 20 batters in a game on May 11, 2015.
Scherzer began his major league career with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2008 and took a full-time spot in the rotation in the following season. After the 2009 season with the D-Backs, Scherzer was traded to the Tigers as part of a three-team deal that sent Curtis Granderson to the Yankees. Max would spend five years being a solid contributor in Detroit’s rotation, but his breakout season came in 2013. Scherzer was the only 20-game winner in the MLB that year going 21-3 with an ERA of 2.90 and 240 strikeouts.
Max Scherzer’s bulldog persona on the mound intimidates opposing hitters as he is constantly pacing around the hill during his starts. His dominance cannot be understated, as he has become one of the best strikeouts pitchers in all of baseball as the ace of the Nationals pitching staff. Scherzer could very well find himself in Cooperstown when his career is over, which means his memorabilia is invaluable. These unique pieces of history are not readily found elsewhere, and they are sure to look incredible on display in your home.
Collecting Max Scherzer Memorabilia