Says MASN’s Mark Zuckerman:
Scherzer wants everyone to know he’s fine now. He’s known he’s been fine for quite some time, having undergone medical tests after the season and having begun playing catch only two weeks after the World Series ended.
“So I knew that there was no long-term damage,” he said Saturday at Winterfest. “I did the whole MRI thing, and that came away clean, too. Everybody wanted to dot their i’s and cross their t’s, and everybody did. I’m good. I’m strong. I’m good. I can throw a baseball. I’m good.”