Max Scherzer Traded to Texas Rangers by New York Mets – Major League Baseball News

July 30, 2023 – News out form Major League Baseball (MLB), that Mets and Rangers have agreed upon to send Max Scherzer to Texas Rangers. This has been confirmed by Jim Bowden, the three-time Cy Young Award for this deal to go through. Scherzer has spend only a season and a half in Queens and had a $343 million dollar payroll playing for the New York Mets.

The 39-year-old star right-hander Scherzer had to waive his full on trade clause, which he did this afternoon. The waiver was the only thing holding this trade deal and some physicals and medicals. This is set to be a significant deal for the Texas Rangers as they needed another starter, Rangers needed a guy that was used to pitching in playoff games and someone who is used to pitching in the biggest stage. Max Scherzer is one of those players who has lead to won world championships.

Max Scherzer was born on July 27, 1984, in St. Louis, Missouri. He has an impressive career spanning form teams like Arizona Diamondbacks, Detroit Tigers, Washington Nationals, and New York Mets. Scherzer is know for his fastball and devastating slider, and has earned a name for himself with multiple All-star selections and the prestigious Cy Young Award. His legacy as World Series Champion continues to inspires the new generations and upcoming athletes.

The trade deadline is set on Tuesday 1st of August for Max Scherzer.

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