The era of Max Scherzer (39, New York Mets), who won three Cy Young Awards, is coming to an end. Scherzer was battered in his comeback match against his former team.

The New York Mets had an away game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on the 4th (hereinafter Korean time).

Scherzer, the New York Mets starting pitcher on this day, was suspended for 10 games after being ejected for using a foreign substance at the end of last month. The results were not very good.

Scherzer threw 75 pitches (53 strikes) in 3 1/3 innings, allowing five runs on eight hits. He struck out only three, and was hit with two home runs.

As a result, Scherzer’s season ERA jumped from 3.72 before the suspension to 5.56. It is far from the highest salary in the major leagues. 스포츠토토

After the start of the game, Scherzer gave up a walk to the first batter, Jack McKinstree, and showed an uneasy start, and gave up a sacrifice fly and an RBI double to Nick Mathon and Spencer Torkelson at the right time.

In addition, Scherzer was beaten by Eric Hase for one run in the second inning and two runs for Matt Beering in the fourth inning, and then came down the mound with runners on first and third base.

Afterwards, Andy Ibanez, the runner in charge of Scherzer, stepped on the home run, increasing the earned run to 6 points. Scherzer was beaten by Detroit, his home team and with a winning rate of 30%.

Scherzer is a 39-year-old veteran. An age at which it is not surprising that one’s skills decline. The problem is Scherzer’s salary. Scherzer is the highest-paid player in the majors at $43.33 million.

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