Max Scherzer threw the second no-hitter in Nationals history Saturday, missing a perfect game by inches, making history all the same. Below, you’ll find links to all the Post’s coverage of the historic afternoon.

Sunday morning:

James Wagner spoke in Spanish with Jose Tabata, who said he did not get hit by the pitch on purpose.

Scherzer, the morning after: “It’s just something you can’t describe.”

From Scott Allen, this chocolate-syrup celebration was the messiest yet.

From The Bog, how the no-hitter gave MASN’s Ray Knight chills.

From Saturday:

From James Wagner, the story of the near-perfect game, another stunning Scherzer performance.

From Barry Svrluga, this, a season of games like this, is what $210 million buys you.

From Chelsea Janes, the Nationals’ other superstar returned to the lineup yesterday and shone in support of history.

Max Scherzer waves to the crowd after his no-hitter. (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

From The Bog, how Jose Tabata became public enemy number one in D.C. after being hit by a pitch he probably could have avoided.

From Dan Steinberg, on Scherzer’s response to the controversial hit by pitch.

From The Bog, watch and listen to the final out of the no-hitter here.

Here’s a graphic breakdown of the masterpiece, and Max Scherzer’s statistical game log. Below is a photo gallery.