Shirtless Max Scherzer in postgame interview: ‘Can’t talk. I’m drunk’

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Max Scherzer went through a number of feelings prior to and after the ruling World Series champs advanced to the National League Department Series.

In the postgame, alcohol-filled event after Chris Taylor’s walk-off crowning achievement, a smiling, shirtless, Scherzer signed up with TBS broadcasters for an interview on the field that rapidly went sideways.

“You gotta get rid of this echo,” Scherzer stated to TBS expert Curtis Granderson. “Can’t talk. I’m drunk, whatever.”

Previously in the Dodgers’ 3-1 success versus the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night, Scherzer was less jolly after he was pulled from the NL wild-card video game.

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With ball game connected at one in the 5th inning, Dodgers supervisor Dave Roberts came out to the mound with every intent of getting rid of Scherzer, who had actually tossed 94 pitchers, permitting 3 hits, 3 strolls and one run. There were likewise Cardinal runners on 2nd and 3rd base with just one out.

As Roberts grabs the ball, Scherzer, plainly upset, shakes his hand prior to Roberts lastly shakes the ball loose from Scherzer’s glove.

“Yeah, Dave Roberts … comprehends where he desires – sorry, I got an echo – where he desires his reducers in every area,” Scherzer told TBS. “Therefore, appearance, he desired Joe Kelly there. Despite the fact that I was great. He desired Joe. So that’s how you win a ballgame.”

NL wild card: Dodgers starting pitcher Max Scherzer reacts as manager Dave Roberts pulls him out of the game.

NL wild card: Dodgers starting pitcher Max Scherzer reacts as manager Dave Roberts pulls him out of the video game.

The Dodgers will play their department competitor the San Francisco Giants in the Department Series.

This short article initially appeared on U.S.A. TODAY: Shirtless Max Scherzer in Dodgers-Cardinals postgame: ‘I’m intoxicated’

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.