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Baseball pitcher
Born: July 27, 1984 (age 37 years), Chesterfield, Missouri, United States
Spouse: Erica May-Scherzer (m. 2013)
Strikeouts: 3,020

Earned run average: 3.16
School: University of Missouri
Parents: Brad Scherzer, Jan Scherzer
Siblings: Alex Scherzer

Position: Pitcher
Bats: Right • Throws: Right
6-3, 208lb (190cm, 94kg)
Team: New York Mets (majors)

Born: July 27, 1984 (Age: 37-130d) in St. Louis, MO us
Draft: Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 43rd round of the 2003 MLB June Amateur Draft from Parkway Central HS (Chesterfield, MO) and the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 1st round (11th) of the 2006 MLB June Amateur Draft from University of Missouri (Columbia, MO).

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Scherzer has heterochromia iridum; his right eye is blue and his left eye is brown.

On June 12, 2011, the Detroit Tigers distributed a bobblehead doll depicting Scherzer, with the condition correctly portrayed.

In the spring of 2017, the Nationals unveiled a “delightfully creepy” crop of Scherzer’s eyes, correctly portrayed as blue and brown, with backward and forward Ks edited into the pupils.

Scherzer met his future wife, Erica May, at the University of Missouri, where they both were pitchers.

May pitched for the Mizzou softball team before a heart condition forced her to stop playing.

After more than eight years of dating, the couple married in November 2013, and have two daughters and a son.

They welcomed Brooklyn, their first daughter, on November 29, 2017. On July 4, 2019, Kacey Hart Scherzer was born.

Their third child, son Derek, was born on May 2, 2021; Scherzer pitched a full game before leaving for the hospital that afternoon.

The family resides in McLean, a suburb of Washington, D.C., in Northern Virginia, but listed the home for sale in 2020. That same year, he purchased a home in Jupiter, Florida. The family owned four rescue dogs and two cats as of 2017.

The Scherzers are socially active.

In 2013, they partnered with the Detroit Tigers Foundation on a program called Scherzer’s Superstars, in which groups from the Metropolitan Detroit chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America were invited to Comerica Park every Tuesday home game to meet Scherzer and some of his Detroit teammates and go down to the field for batting practice.

In 2015, after her husband signed with the Washington Nationals and inspired by the actions of his future teammate Sean Doolittle and Doolittle’s future wife, activist and sports journalist Eireann Dolan, Erica May-Scherzer partnered with organizers of the Nationals’ annual “Night Out” event for LGBT fans and led an effort by Nationals’ spouses to promote the event.

May-Scherzer is an ambassador for the Polaris Project, which aims to stop human trafficking; Scherzer started a fundraiser during the Nationals’ 2016 season called Strike Out Modern Slavery in which the couple matched donations to Polaris for every strikeout Scherzer threw that season.

Both Max and Erica are involved with the Humane Rescue Alliance, announcing after Hurricane Harvey in August 2017 that they would personally cover all pet adoption fees from the Washington, D.C.-based group’s shelters for four days.

Scherzer’s younger and only brother, Alex, died by suicide early in the summer of 2012.

Alex had a passion for analyzing advanced baseball statistics or sabermetrics. Scherzer learned the value of sabermetrics from his brother, and he implements this as a tool to improve his game. Since Alex’s death, Scherzer dedicates every start to his late brother.