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Mets and Nationals alike were awed by Scherzer, who struck out 17 and walked none as he made history Saturday night.

Discuss here: Max Scherzer vs. Matt Harvey.

The 30-year-old lefty wrapped up his 2015 season with a strong outing and the understanding that throwing strikes is the key to his next one.



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Wilson Ramos on the receiving end of his third Nationals no-hitter

Catcher was behind Jordan Zimmermann’s no-no in 2014 and both of Max Scherzer’s this season.

The Nationals’ Max Scherzer throws second no-hitter of the season, strikes out 17

Scherzer closes his season with his second no-hitter of 2015, a 17-strikeout, no-walk gem at Citi Field.

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COLUMN | But with a strong core and a fertile farm system, Washington should avoid the temptation to do too much.

Wilmer Difo makes his first-ever major league start.

The veteran second baseman, given a second chance with the Nationals, looks back.

"I personally feel that it is my job to be a calming force as opposed to a disruptive one," Williams said Saturday.

Lineups for the first game of today's day-night doubleheader against the Mets at (still-soaked) Citi Field.

Looking back at the handful of winnable games that changed the season and division race.

The Nationals and Mets will play a doubleheader Saturday at Citi Field, weather permitting.

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