WASHINGTON D.C. (CBSMiami/AP) – The Miami Marlins are looking to win their fourth consecutive series on Thursday in D.C.
Though Max Scherzer has little to show for how well he’s pitched, the right-hander isn’t looking for sympathy.
His Washington Nationals teammates hope to provide more support as Scherzer tries to avoid matching a career high with his third straight losing start Wednesday against the visiting Marlins.
Scherzer (1-3, 1.26 ERA) has the lowest ERA among NL starters but he’s received two or fewer runs while on the mound in four of his five outings, including one total in the last two. According to his teammates, Scherzer hasn’t complained about the lack of support.
“He is the last person who wants you to feel sorry for him,” second baseman Dan Uggla told MLB’s official website. “He is about the team. He is about winning and…
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