Former Tiger Max Scherzer finished the season with his second no-hitter this season.

Scherzer, who signed a whopping 7-year, $210 million dollar contract with the Washington Nationals’ now goes home for the winter with the rest of his teammates.  Hi finishes the season at 14-12, with a stingy 2.79 earned run average, and was second with 276 strikeouts, 25 behind the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw.

Scherzer joins Johnny Vander Meer, who pitched two no-hitters in a row, Nolan Ryan, Virgil Trucks,  Allie Reynolds and Roy Halliday, whose second no-hitter in 2010 happened in the post season.

  •  Virgil Trucks, Detroit Tigers, 1952
  • Allie Reynolds, New York Yankees. 1951
  • Nolan Ryan, California Angels, 1973
  • Johnny Vander Meer, Cincinnati Reds, 1938
  • Roy Halliday, Philadelphia Phillies 2010 (2nd No hitter in post-season history)