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Padres edge Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw

Jake Cronenworth and Ha-Seong Kim homered off Clayton Kershaw and the host San Diego Padres held on to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 on Tuesday night for their sixth consecutive win. The Padres, who have prevailed in the first two games of a three-game series, improved to 6-3 against...
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Clayton Kershaw Backs Max Scherzer After Nats' Ace Was Checked for Substances

Kershaw backs Scherzer after substance check originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Nationals' ace Max Scherzer returned from the Injured List on Tuesday and threw five strong innings in Washington's 3-2 victory over the Phillies, but the focus postgame was on what happened between pitches. With Major League Baseball beginning...
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Dodgers notes: Mark Prior, Clayton Kershaw, Andrew Toles

The Dodgers on Sunday will try for a second sweep of the Diamondbacks in as many tries this season. They’ve won five straight series against Arizona, dating back to last season, including sweeps in two of their previous three meetings. Links. Andrew Toles, who last played for the Dodgers in...
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Watch: Clayton Kershaw catches JT Realmuto trying to steal his signs

Phillies catcher JT Realmuto was the latest player caught stealing signs by Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw. Having a “competitive advantage” over an opponent in baseball has been around for a long time. There are some extremes players will take that are frowned upon such as banging on trash cans or using Spider Tack.
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Dodgers: Recalling the Gift Clayton Kershaw Bought AJ Ellis After His No Hitter

Seven years ago tonight, one of the greatest to ever play the game of baseball pitched his greatest game as a big leaguer. On June 18, 2014, Clayton Kershaw etched his name alongside some of the most hallowed names in the history of the Dodgers. The 26-year-old tossed a no-hitter against the Colorado Rockies in one of the most memorable games of all time. If not for Hanley Ramirez, it might have been the single most dominant pitching performance of all time.

This Day In Dodgers History: Clayton Kershaw Throws No-Hitter Against Rockies

Clayton Kershaw took a routine Wednesday night start against the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium and made history by throwing his first career no-hitter on June 18, 2014. A Yasiel Puig sacrifice fly and Matt Kemp RBI single spotted Kershaw a 2-0 lead heading into the second inning. He struck out the first two batters and got a groundout. Kershaw struck out two more batters in the third to give him five strikeouts on the night up to that point.

Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Fans nine in loss

Kershaw (8-6) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Phillies after allowing two runs on eight hits and a walk while fanning nine across six innings. Kershaw had another strong outing and posted his ninth quality start of the campaign, but the offense didn't give him any kind of support and, as such, the star left-hander has now dropped three of his last four decisions. Kershaw now has a 3.50 ERA in three starts this month and will try to turn things around in his next outing, scheduled for next week on the road against the Padres.

Clayton Kershaw Hosting 2nd Annual “Camp Kersh: Pitching For Purpose”

Clayton Kershaw is hosting the second annual “Camp Kersh: Pitching For Purpose” on Thursday, with registration free and open to players of all ages and skill levels. Complete details of the virtual event and registration can be completed at Los Angeles Dodgers pitching coach Mark Prior and teammates David...

Behind Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers go for sweep of Phillies

Right-hander Zack Wheeler will start for the Phillies, taking his National League-leading 90 1/3 innings and 112 strikeouts up against left-hander Clayton Kershaw, who has finished in the top 10 of NL Cy Young voting nine times. That includes a ninth-place finish in the voting last season. Wheeler (4-3, 2.29 ERA) has gone seven or more innings in eight of his last nine starts, including a scoreless eight-inning stint Thursday against the Atlanta Braves.