"I've always celebrated it," he said Monday, a day ahead of the opener. "Whether you liked it or not, that's who I am."
"I mean, I've been in the situation, faced really good pitchers here in the National League over the years; Kershaw, (Jacob) deGrom, those guys. You just know you've got to come out there, you're going to be throwing up zeros. And you've got to try to match the intensity from your opponent," Scherzer said.