Max Scherzer says he can get even better.
The Washington Nationals ace threw one of the most dominant games in baseball history — pitching his second no-hitter of the season and striking out a team-record 17 — and then vowed he wasn't done.
"I still have room for improvement," he said.
Try telling that to the NL East champion New York Mets after Scherzer totally shut them down in a 2-0 win Saturday night that completed a doubleheader sweep.
"He was great, we were bad," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "So when you pitch as good as he does, it's tough to take good swings. He made all the pitches he had to make. He...