Zack Hample tends to get his way when he attends baseball games, but that wasn’t the case on Sunday.
Tempers flared and benches cleared during Wednesday’s game between the Giants and Dodgers. None of it phased Clayton Kershaw, who just wanted to back on the mound so he could pitch.
It’s not often that Clayton Kershaw gets upset, but something that the Colorado Rockies’ starter did on Wednesday night bugged the Dodgers ace.
Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke were teammates for three seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but they’ll be facing each other on Friday night.
“Normal rest” doesn’t appear to be a phrase that’s in the vocabulary of Los Angeles Dodgers lefty ace Clayton Kershaw this postseason.
Clayton Kershaw is on his way to establishing himself as a true warrior in the 2016 MLB playoffs.
Clayton Kershaw undid the narrative about him supposedly not being a good playoff pitcher by coming up clutch in the NLDS and closing out the Washington Nationals on short rest in Game 5.
Madison Bumgarner and Yasiel Puig got into it once again on Monday night, and Clayton Kershaw feels the San Francisco Giants ace is the one to blame for the latest confrontation between the two.