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Max Scherzer On Throwing No-Hitters and His Dichromatic Eyes

Max Scherzer is one of the best pitchers in baseball. It doesn't hurt that he stares down hitters with two different color eyeballs. It's called dichromatic eyes, and it may be the ultimate intimidation gene.

by VICE Sports
Apr 14 2016, 5:34pm

Max Scherzer is one of the best pitchers in baseball. It doesn't hurt that he stares down hitters with two different color eyeballs. It's called dichromatic eyes, and it may be the ultimate intimidation gene. In this Ride Along, Max takes us on an errand with his dogs and dishes on how he became a pitcher, what he thinks of scouting and advanced statistics, and why he and his teammates pour chocolate syrup all over one another after big wins.

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