Max Scherzer tied a major league record with 20 strikeouts on Wednesday. (Photo by John McDonnell / The Washington Post)

Shortly after Max Scherzer tied a major league record with 20 strikeouts on Wednesday, local T-shirt company BreakingT got to work on a couple of designs to commemorate the feat.

“The strikeouts are sexy, and that just makes it special, and the 20 really puts a stamp on it,” Scherzer said after the game.

The first part of that quote, with 20 forward and backward Ks signaling each of Scherzer’s punch-outs, now appears on an MLBA-licensed T-shirt that will be available at the Nationals team store at Nationals Park beginning Friday. (BreakingT also designed the Bryce Harper “Make Baseball Fun Again” T-shirts sold in the team store for $30.)

If Scherzer’s ‘sexy’ quote isn’t your thing, BreakingT is selling a second design on its site featuring the string of 20 Ks that appeared on the out-of-town scoreboard and hanging from the railing in Section 221.

The out-of-town scoreboard at Nationals Park displays the 20 Ks for Max Scherzer’s 20 strikeouts on Wednesday. (Alex Brandon/AP)

Meanwhile, fans can purchase a commemorative ticket from Wednesday’s game for $5, with all proceeds going to the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation.