Saturday, June 12, 2021

Dave Martinez announces 2021 Opening Day Starter; Max Scherzer

Dave Martinez announced Max Scherzer will be the Nationals 2021 Opening Day starter.

Well, if there was any doubt, it can officially be laid to rest. After today’s Washington Nationals lose to the New York Mets, Manager Dave Martinez announced that Max Scherzer will be the 2021 Opening Day Starter for the Nationals.

The Nationals then followed up with the offical annoucement via Twitter.

According to Sarah Langs, “This will be Max Scherzer’s 6th career Opening Day start for the Nationals, tying Dennis Martinez for 2nd-most in Nats/Expos franchise history Only pitcher with more: Steve Rogers, 9 Scherzer already had the most since the team moved to D.C. at 5”

We will update the article once we have some more information to share.

Subscribe to GameNotes

Get the latest analysis, lineup and other important news, before the Washington Nationals hit the field.

- Advertisement -
You Might Like

Latest News

Injury Report: Washington Nationals Announce Roster Moves

The hits keep on coming for the Washington Nationals. After Max Scherzer left last night's game only after 12...

More Articles Like This