The opponent was Arizona, which was the team he was affiliated with when he debuted in the big league.
Veteran pitcher Max Scherzer (39, Texas Rangers) will appear in Game 3 of the World Series (WS, 4 wins out of 7).
The Associated Press reported on the 29th (Korean time), “Scherzer is scheduled to start in Game 3 of the WS against the Arizona Diamondbacks.”
Scherzer, who won the Cy Young Award three times, given to the best pitcher in the major leagues, started this year’s season with the New York Mets, but transferred to Texas ahead of the trade deadline in early August. After he changed teams, he went 4 wins, 2 losses and an ERA of 3.20 in 8 games.
For Scherzer, this fall is more of a ‘bonus’.
He was placed on the injured list (IL) in mid-September, near the end of the season, due to muscle pain in his right shoulder and arm. He was expected to be out for the season, but he did not give up on rehabilitation.
Texas continued to advance in the fall baseball season, which started with the Wild Card Series. Scherzer, who recovered in the meantime, was able to return in the postseason.
However, upon his return, Sherzer failed to show the same power as before.
He started against the Houston Astros in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series (ALCS), which was his return after 36 days, and took the loss after allowing 5 hits (1 home run), 4 strikeouts, and 5 runs in 4 innings.
In Game 7 of the ALCS held on the 24th, he quickly went down the mound, allowing 4 hits (1 home run) and 2 runs in 2⅔ innings.
Despite Scherzer’s struggles, Texas won Game 7, giving Scherzer a chance to regain his honor.
“I’ve talked to Scherzer,” Texas coach Bruce Bochy said. “He feels comfortable throwing almost like he normally does. It’s probably not as much as throwing over 100 pitches, but it’s very close,” he said, adding that he is throwing more pitches than before온라인카지노. He predicted that he could do it.
Scherzer appeared in 29 career games in the postseason, going 7-8 with a 3.86 earned run average. Regarding WS alone, he has 3 games, 1 win, no loss, and an average ERA of 3.86.
Scherzer, who entered the big league wearing an Arizona uniform in 2008, faced his former team on the way to the championship. Scherzer played two seasons in Arizona, recording 9 wins, 15 losses, and an ERA of 3.86 in 46 games.
Arizona uses rookie pitcher Brandon Pott as the starter for Game 3.
Pott had just 3 wins, 9 losses, and an ERA of 5.72 in 19 games this season. In this year’s fall baseball, he pitched 16⅔ innings in 4 games and recorded an ERA of 2.70.