Clayton Kershaw, the legendary starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers Clayton Kershaw, has proven once again that he is one of the best players in team history.
Kershaw, known for his consistency and dominance on the field, has surpassed another veteran Dodgers pitcher in a very impressive statistic.
Since its first game in 2008, it has delighted fans and experts alike. Kershaw’s achievements speak for themselves.
Kershaw has won three Cy Young Awards, been named MVP, thrown one no-hitter, and been selected to nine All-Star teams, with a possible tenth. Invincible Reign: Break records and dominate the game.
With pitchers going the distance in games becoming rarer in today’s game, the number of starts pitched increases. Many pitchers struggle to get past the fifth or sixth inning, so seven inning starts are pretty impressive.
Kershaw, on the other hand, has challenged these tendencies by taking frequent long walks on the mound.
Extending a series that began on September 25, 2020, Kershaw hit an astonishing 22 consecutive innings at Angel Stadium. While he was given a no decision in that game after giving up four runs in four innings, Kershaw has repeatedly demonstrated his supremacy. He has pitched at least seven innings in three of his last five starts against the Angels, demonstrating his ability to take control of the game. His career ERA against the Angels is 1.99.
Kershaw hasn’t lost to his crosstown rivals since 2011, which adds to his illustrious career and supports his status as a dominant force in Los Angeles baseball.
Clayton Kershaw’s enduring legacy as one of the best pitchers in Dodgers history is going to be defined by his outstanding achievements and consistently outstanding play. Fans and critics await his next extraordinary achievement as he adds another chapter to his remarkable story with each game.