There’s a contemporary push to place starting pitchers in the same realm as everyday players, which is confusing as it is annoying.
Make it three for Clayton Kershaw.
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.
Former Dodgers pitcher and Cy Young-winner Bob Welch has died at the age of 57, the Oakland Athletics announced Tuesday.
Clayton Kershaw will miss his scheduled start for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the San Diego Padres this weekend because of an inflamed muscle in his back.
Signing Bonus: $18 million, payable in $6 million installments on April 15, July 15 and Sept. 15, 2014. Salary: 2014–$4 million, 2015–$30 million, 2016–$32 million, 2017–$33 million, 2018–$33 million, 2019–$32 million, 2020–$33 million.
Clayton Kershaw scattered four hits over six innings, Carl Crawford and A.J. Ellis each homered and drove in three runs and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 11-0 Friday night.
After a tough few outings, Clayton Kershaw is backing to pitching at Cy Young form.
Collin Cowgill hit a three-run double, one of 11 hits the Los Angeles Angels got during a 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday night.
Bartolo Colon won his 14th game for a share of the major league lead, backed by Jed Lowrie’s homer and two-run single and a two-run drive by Stephen Vogt in the Oakland Athletics’ 6-4 victory against the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Friday reinstated left-handed pitcher and Cy Young award winner Clayton Kershaw to the roster.
Saturday afternoon, CBS2/KCAL9 Sports Director has confirmed that the Los Angeles Dodgers have reached agreement to sign the 2009 Cy-Young winner, Zack Greinke.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim could be out of the running in re-signing starting pitcher Zack Greinke after a CBS Sports report claims that he is “setting up to sign a record contract.”
Former Cy Young winner Eric Gagne admits in his biography that he used human growth hormone and estimated that 80 percent of his Dodgers teammates were using performance-enhancing drugs. Gagne, though, didn’t name names and by doing so, tarnished the names of 100 percent of his teammates from his Dodgers days.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is in New York this week to receive his Cy Young award, presented by the New York Baseball Writers Association of America.