Max Scherzer, officially known as Maxwell Martin Scherzer is an American professional baseball pitcher born on July 27, 1984.
He previously played in MLB for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Detroit Tigers, Washington Nationals, and Los Angeles Dodgers.
He currently plays for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball.
Max Scherzer Biography
He is a Baseball pitcher who has a net worth of approximated to be around $130 million. He is one of the best baseball players of his generation.
When he was playing college football for the University of Missouri, he won the championship with the University of Missouri.
When he became a professional baseball player, he won the championship with the Washington Nationals.
Max Scherzer Age
He was born on July 27, 1984. He celebrated his 38th birthday on Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Max Scherzer Height
The American professional baseball pitcher stands at a height of 1.9 m.
Max Scherzer Parents
He was born and raised in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield, Missouri by Jan Scherzer and Brad Scherzer.
Max Scherzer Wife
The 38-year-old American professional baseball pitcher is a happily married man. Max Scherzer is married to Erica May-Scherzer. The pair have been married since 2013.
Max Scherzer Children
The couple, he is married to Erica May-Scherzer are parents to three children; a son called Derek Scherzer and two daughters, Brooke Scherzer and Kacey Scherzer
Max signed a 3-year / $130 million contract with the New York Mets and an annual average salary of $43 million.
In 2023, Scherzer will earn a base salary of $43 million while carrying a total salary of $43,333,333.
Max Scherzer Net Worth
As of November 2022, the professional baseball pitcher had an estimated net worth of about $120 million
He grew up with his younger brother, Alex Scherzer. Alex died on June 21, 2012, after committing suicide for reasons which are not known.
He together with his late brother Alex Scherzer was born to Brad Scherzer and Jan Scherzer, their parents.
According to several sources, Alex Scherzer was good at analyzing baseball games statistically which also helped his brother improve his game to be a better player.