The Dodgers’ front office and coaching staff is huddling to discuss the team’s future after its second straight early exit from the playoffs.
As in any sport, losing demands the process of soaking it in, focusing on the positives — which, in the case of Clayton Kershaw’s 2014, considerably outweighed the negatives — and moving on. In this spirit, we take a look at five supreme aspects of Clayton Kershaw’s 2014 season.
The Cardinals eliminated the Dodgers to advance to the NLCS for the fourth straight year. They will face the Giants, who topped the Nationals.
Clayton Kershaw, pitching off short rest, saw his 7th inning demons return to the mound, as Matt Adams’ go-ahead 3-run homer capped the St. Louis Cardinals rally to defeat the tired Dodgers 3-2 on Tuesday to eliminate LA from the playoffs.
The Nationals are facing NLDS elimination… again. The Dodges and Cardinals continue to slug it out.
All four League Division Series are well underway now in the 2014 MLB Playoffs, and as usual, there are plenty of surprises.
Matt Carpenter hit a go-ahead, three-run double off a wilting Clayton Kershaw in an eight-run seventh inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals rallied for a 10-9 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in a fiery NL Division Series opener Friday.
Kazzie Hill drove for eight hours to Dodger Stadium from San Francisco Friday morning.
Live updates of game 1 of NLDS: Dodgers – Cardinals
Tonight’s game will feature ace Clayton Kershaw on the mound for the Dodgers and Adam Wainwright pitching for the Cardinals.
The National League Division Series feature some of the wealthiest teams in the league. Will the results justify the expense?
The last time the Los Angeles Dodgers faced the St. Louis Cardinals in the playoffs, Clayton Kershaw had a terrible outing and the Dodgers were bounced out of the postseason.
The Los Angeles Dodgers wrapped up their division with another impressive offensive showing.
Thursday night, off the field, Dodgers hurler Clayton Kershaw showed why, when it comes to giving, he is something of a giant and in a league of his own.
Was Clayton Kershaw’s performance of 2014 enough to win MVP? Should be! Kershaw was the league’s first 20-game winner and had a no-hit game that should have been perfect. After helping the Dodgers clinch their second straight division title, Kershaw will end the regular season with a record of 21-3. To top it off, Kershaw also had a scoreless streak of 41 innings in his MVP-like season. If Kershaw does indeed win the NL MVP, it will be the first time in 46 years ago, where Hall of Famer Bob Gibson won it in 1968.