Looking closer at the detailed statistics, it's hard to fathom any no-hitter being more dominant than this one.
Let's watch Max Scherzer and the Nationals celebrate, as Scherzer pops up Curtis Granderson for the final out on Saturday.
He's the first pitcher since Nolan Ryan in 1973 to fire two no-nos in same regular season, and just the fifth pitcher to do it in history. Roy Halladay also did it twice in 2010, though one happened in the postseason.
Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes left Wednesday night's game after taking a pitch to his left hand. The team has not announced an update.
Impending free-agent Jeff Samardzija should still find an acceptable deal after his down season. Here's a look at his year, as well as 24 other soon-to-be free agents. Plus, more MLB notes.
Here are the nominees for MLB's annual Roberto Clemente Award.
The Mets remain the toast of the town in New York, but what does the future hold for stars Matt Harvey and Yoenis Cespedes? Plus more news from around MLB.
After missing nearly all of the season thanks in part to a serious back injury, David Wright will rejoin the Mets on Monday. Can he make an impact?
Thursday is National Left-Handers' Day in the United States. Kyle Schwarber led the way with two left-handed homers, plus the day's three lefty starters all picked up wins.
Feeling comfortable with your lineup with less than one-third of the season to go? If you're still unsure of a particular player's value, a look at the rest-of-the-season rankings will help, our Scott White says.

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