11:27 AM - May 12, 2016 by MMChrisS
Max Scherzer struck out 20 batters last night, tying the all-time record.
While Scherzer's performance wasn't the greatest of all-time for sure, he still put up a plethora of impressive stats.
Zero walks. Twenty-four of thirty-three batters faced hit with first pitch strikes. Only twenty-three balls thrown.
That's the type of stats that, if you had them in The Show, you'd instantly start adjusting the control slider to make the game more realistic. Scherzer isn't the only pitcher tearing it up this year, so is Jake Arrieta of the Cubs.
In your time playing MLB The Show 16, have you had a performance similar to that of Scherzer's 20K performance Wednesday night? Let us know in the comments if you've done anything similar!