Scherzer, Zimmerman lead Nats past LA 6-1 to force Game 5

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HOWARD FENDRICH AP Sports Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Max Scherzer is 35. So is Ryan Zimmerman. The Washington Nationals would not be headed to a win-or-go-home Game 5 in their NL Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers without them. "We're a bunch of yahoos. We're old guys," Scherzer joked. "Old guys can still do it." Sure can. And for a guy whose teams used to lose repeatedly in the postseason, Scherzer sure is delivering now. Every time he's pitched this October, the Nationals have won. His latest outing was a season-saving, seven-inning masterpiece that combined with Zimmerman's three-run parabola of a homer to lift the wild-card Nationals to a 6-1 victory over league-best Los Angeles on Monday night, tying the best-of-five NLDS at two games apiece. "I was just gassed. I
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