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Topic - Clayton Kershaw
A pair of Cy Young Awards, three straight major league ERA titles, a 20-win season - and now a no-hitter.
The Chicago White Sox have announced that Chris Sale will start Sunday instead of Monday, scuttling a potential matchup against fellow ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw.
The Los Angeles Dodgers had a new left fielder in the lineup Wednesday night - Matt Kemp. The frustrated veteran wasn't in the starting lineup the previous five games, but got a chance to get back in there because of Carl Crawford's sprained left ankle.
Brandon Phillips gets as much of a charge out of making a defensive gem to save a run as he does hitting a home run. Wednesday night, he was able to do both in the same inning to help the Cincinnati Reds pin a frustrating loss on two-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw.
Failure to make productive outs hurt the Philadelphia Phillies again.
Clayton Kershaw couldn't wait to take the ball after a rough outing.
Clayton Kershaw had been solid in two starts since returning from the disabled list.
A day of emotional momentum swings for the Los Angeles Dodgers ended with their closer matching his San Francisco Giants counterpart pitch for pitch - not what manager Don Mattingly had in mind this time.
The Nationals tried to hold on against the Dodgers, but Clayton Kershaw proved to be too much for Washington to handle.
For five innings of his first career start, Blake Treinen's arm kept him in a pitcher's duel with Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw.
Blake Treinen took the loss in his first career start, but the Nationals were mighty impressed with the young right-hander.
Clayton Kershaw admitted he was nervous about making his first start in six weeks.
Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw was activated from the disabled list by the Los Angeles Dodgers, who kept outfielder Yasiel Puig out of the starting lineup for the second straight night.
Despite the Nationals attempt at a late-game rally, the Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw proved too much topping Washington 8-3.
Kershaw (2-0) pitched seven shutout innings in his first outing since opening day, and Hanley Ramirez and Drew Butera homered off the Nationals' bullpen.
"I'm not going to say anything," he said, smiling.