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One out from a perfect game, Scherzer finishes the 239th no-hitter in history. Also: The White Sox beat the Rangers on Saturday, but had lost eight straight coming in, and GM Rick Hahn has hinted at being a seller at the trade deadline. That and more inside of Eye on MLB.
Scherzer has allowed one hit and one walk, with 26 strikeouts, over his past two starts combined. Using game score, a statistic invented by Bill James, Scherzer's performances measured at 100 and 97, respectively. Since 1914, nobody has scored that high in consecutive starts.