Max Scherzer has throwing session at Nationals Park during Georgetown graduation

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Scherzer throws at Nats Park during Georgetown graduation originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Monday afternoon was a special one for several Georgetown students, as the university held its graduation ceremony at Nationals Park during a rare Nationals off day.

But despite the Nationals not having a game, ace Max Scherzer still needed to get his work in.

In the most on-brand Scherzer way possible, the 36-year-old right-hander went through his typical throwing session in-between starts on Monday at Nationals Park during Georgetown's graduation ceremony.

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If you only had one video to describe Scherzer to a stranger, this might be it.

The three-time Cy Young winner is a man of a routine, so he didn't allow Georgetown's graduation ceremony to get in the way of that. Apologies to the Georgetown students who had a 36-year-old pitcher steal the spotlight at their graduation ceremony.

For the season, Scherzer has posted a 2.24 ERA with 76 strikeouts and just 12 walks.

When you're pitching that well, you get to crash graduation.