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Dodgers Spring Training Notes: Kershaw, Roster Battles, Injuries & More

The Dodgers looked nice and ready for Opening Day yesterday in their game against the Texas Rangers. Clayton Kershaw went for his longest outing yet, and was dominant — he struck out 11 of the 21 batters he faced in 92 pitches, allowing two hits and one walk. 517 more words

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3 Up, 3 Down: Jake Arrieta is hitting monster HRs and Clayton Kershaw is in midseason form

Three notable newsy things you may have missed in baseball yesterday:

1) Jake Arrieta went yard. Actually, he went far, far, far out of the yard. 147 more words


Kershaw Strikes Out 11 Rangers In 6 Scoreless Innings

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SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) — Dallas native Clayton Kershaw showed there’s no cause for concern after a mediocre performance in his previous spring training start. 409 more words


All of a Sudden, the Dodgers Starting Rotation Doesn't Seem So Deep

For many fans of the Dodgers, it’s beginning to become an annual occurrence — overwhelming optimism about a stacked rotation in the winter, eventually turning into genuine concern about the prospective starting pitching crew as Opening Day draws near. 652 more words

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Dodgers Cactus League Notes: Kershaw, Ethier, Seager, Urías, Buehler & More

The countdown is on — just two weeks until the Dodgers open up the season against the San Diego Padres. Clayton Kershaw will be the starter that day, but on his last start he looked less than Kershaw-like. 746 more words

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Top 10 Bowman Chrome auto cards: Clayton Kershaw (number 5)

5: Clayton Kershaw 2006 Bowman Chrome Auto $650

We have officially now entered the top 5 of the most valuable Bowman Chrome cards.

Each card remaining in our list from this point forward is respected as among the most desired cards to collect in modern baseball and as a result, you’ll notice that the prices are going to start getting a lot higher. 248 more words

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Can the Dodgers go all the way this year?

For the fifth year in a row, PECOTA is projecting the Dodgers to be the best team in baseball even though they haven’t changed that much. 610 more words