Scherzer,’active number 1’, 11th in strikeout history,’approaching the master’

Max Scherzer (39, Texas Rangers), who failed to complete 5 innings after a hard struggle and suffered a loss. But that doesn’t mean there was no income. He moved up to 11th all-time in strikeouts.

Texas had a home game against the Milwaukee Brewers on the 21st (hereinafter Korean time) at Globe Life Field located in Arlington, Texas, USA.

Scherzer, who started as the Texas starting pitcher that day, threw 99 pitches (61 strikes) in 3 2/3 innings and struggled with 3 hits and 3 runs.스포츠토토

In particular, Scherzer gave up 4 walks and showed problems with his pitching, and his strikeouts were relatively small at 4. Texas eventually lost 2-6, and Scherzer had his 5th loss.

But he also had an income. Scherzer added 4 strikeouts that day, surpassing Phil Nikro’s 3,342 with a personal total of 3344 strikeouts. 1 on active duty and 11th in major league history.

He also narrowed the gap to Greg Maddux, 10th all-time, to 27 points. As a result, Scherzer’s chances of becoming the all-time top 10 this season are getting higher and higher.

However, this season, you will have to be satisfied with the all-time 10th place. Ninth all-time is Walter Johnson with 3509. Also, the number one in this category is Nolan Ryan with 5714.

Meanwhile, Texas maintained its leading position in the American League West by 2.5 games, with the Houston Astros unable to defeat the Seattle Mariners despite the defeat that day.

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