“May commit homicide”- Max Scherzer mad at Mets bat boy as her paced behind the home plate

Viewers concerned for the safety of the bat boy, because of Max Scherzer's anger.

Max Scherzer
Max Scherzer
FirstSportz News

Especially if you work for the New York Mets and have to see Max Scherzer every day, it’s not a good idea to annoy him. The Mets’ bat boy raced behind home plate during Scherzer’s windup on Saturday night when he faced the Braves on the mound.

The Mets‘ ace was enraged, halted the pitch, and called him out to voice his displeasure. In the meantime, the bat boy hurried off the field. He is not referred to as “Mad Max” for nothing. Travis d’Arnaud, the inning’s leadoff batter, received a double from Scherzer after the interruption. Later in the inning, another hit was also given to Max Scherzer, but no runs were allowed because of shrewd New York defence.

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“You can’t bloody do that bat boy”: Max Scherzer expresses his anger

Max Scherzer annoyed with bat boy
Max Scherzer annoyed with bat boy

When spectators ran onto the field during previous games, there were delays. But it’s novel to see a bat boy trotting behind home plate. 

He pitched seven innings, giving up four hits—half of which came in that inning—11 strikeouts, no walks, and no runs. To complete a day-night doubleheader sweep, the Mets won game one 6-2.

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