Finally, ‘Mad Max’ returns, up to 151.8km of ‘Bang’, ··Tongsan strikeouts, 3,371 on shoulder with Maddox

“Mad Max” Max Scherzer (Texas Rangers), who returned from long rehabilitation, announced a spectacular return by pitching in a stable game. In addition, he matched Greg Maddox in his career strikeout count.

Scherzer started at a home game against the Kansas City Royals at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on Monday, and allowed one hit, four strikeouts and no run in five innings. Texas won 4-0, and Scherzer won a thrilling victory in his return match.

Scherzer underwent back disc surgery in December last year and went into rehabilitation for a long time. Initially, he seemed to be able to return to the team only after this summer. However, he recovered faster than expected, and eventually got to return to the team ahead of schedule.

Scherzer threw only 57 pitches as it was his first appearance in a long time. The strike-ball ratio was 39-18, and the maximum speed of his fastball was 94.3 miles (151.8 kilometers).

It was a perfect pitch for a pitcher who returned from long rehabilitation. Scherzer struck out three and didn’t run a single runner until the top of the fourth inning. With one out in the top of the fifth inning, M.J. Melendez allowed his first on-base hitters to hit a recognition double, which stopped him from hitting the third base. 토토사이트 순위

Scherzer added four strikeouts on the day, and tied for 11th in MLB history along with Maddox with 3,371 strikeouts. He has 22 more strikeouts than Justin Verlander (Houston, 3,393). However, as Verlander is currently out due to injury, Scherzer has a chance to narrow the gap.

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