Max Scherzer gave up 6 runs in 3⅓ innings before returning after being punished for illegal pitching

Max Scherzer (38, New York Mets), who was disciplined for illegal pitching, was beaten in the first game of his return.

Scherzer started in the second game of the double header against the Detroit Tigers in the “2023 Major League (MLB)” held at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, USA on the 4th (Korean time), giving up 6 runs with 8 hits (2 homers) in 3⅓ innings. It was recorded and grated.

On the 20th of last month, he was suspended for 10 games after being caught with a foreign substance on the ball against the Los Angeles Dodgers.먹튀검증

At the time, Scherzer claimed that it was ‘rosin’, not a foreign substance, but this was not accepted. Scherzer, who earned $43.33 million in annual salary this year and received the Cy Young Award three times, suffered the greatest disgrace in his baseball life.

After allowing two runs in the bottom of the first, Scherzer hit a solo home run off Eric Hase in the second. Scherzer, who gave up 3 more runs in the 4th inning, went down the mound without completing the inning.

Scherzer recorded his 2nd loss (2 wins) of the season and his ERA soared to 5.56.

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