When you believe in things that you don't understand, then you suffer.
Josh Johnson and the Jays take on strikeout machine Max Scherzer, who's having the season of his life. Scherzer has finally figured out a way to retire the lefties with whom opposing managers inundate him – he's holding LH batters to .198/.249/.344. He's also riding a .250 BABIP (career: .306). Part luck, part pitchmaking, part confidence, call it what you will. This won't be an easy assignment.