MLB Mets Max Scherzer exits game against Nationals due to injury

The alarm went off New York Mets on MLB Day on Saturday, September 3rd. This because Max Scherzer had to leave the game early against the Washington Nationals. The veteran was unable to complete his start against the Nats as expected as he showed signs of a possible injury. Scherzer previously had to go on the disabled list during the 2022 MLB season.

There was a new concern in the New York Mets. This is because Max Scherzer left the diamond in his start against the Washington Nationals after pitching just five innings.

The cameras caught the moment when the pitcher came down from the mound and went straight to the clubhouse of the “Metropolitan” team, which could mean that the veteran is injured.

Max Scherzer, who on the night of Saturday, September 3, threw only 67 passes, has already been on the injured list of the New York Mets for the 2022 MLB season. Last May it was due to a diagonal line.


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