Someone other than Clayton Kershaw will be getting the Opening Day nod for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Clayton Kershaw is building strength in hopes of being ready to pitch for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Opening Day, and the left-hander took another step in the right direction on Thursday.
Clayton Kershaw appears to be moving past the shoulder issues that have set him back in spring training, but they may have slowed him down enough to keep him from being ready for Opening Day.
The situation surrounding Clayton Kershaw’s troublesome throwing shoulder has officially become concerning.
Clayton Kershaw has had some nagging injuries in recent seasons, so you can understand why Los Angeles Dodgers fans were alarmed to hear that he is being shut down indefinitely after a bullpen sessio
Walker Buehler may have emerged as the Los Angeles Dodgers’ best pitcher last season, but he still has not surpassed Clayton Kershaw in status.
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Clayton Kershaw will be a Los Angeles Dodger for at least three more seasons, and despite his many accomplishments, he has a lot of motivation to do even more.
Clayton Kershaw will remain a Los Angeles Dodger.
The veteran left-hander agreed to a three-year, $93 million deal with the Dodgers. That works out to $31 million a year, plus even higher bonuses.