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Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw Makes 2021 Debut, Highlights & Break Down



Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw made his first start of the 2021 Spring Training season on Friday. We break down his outing and react to his postgame press conference where he talked about the burden finally being lifted. Plus, the 2020 World Series Champion discusses how he’s feeling so far this spring, his new motivation, and more!

Finally, we discuss what to expect from Tony Crenshaw in 2021 and how he can remain one of the game’s top pitchers!

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What are your thoughts on Kersh in his potentially (but not likely) final season in blue? Will he continue his resurgence from last year?

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NEXT: Dodgers Prospects Bobby Miller and Landon Knack Make Debuts! Is One a Future LA Star?

Written by Doug McKain

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  1. I JUST READ, YOU SAYING THAT SINCE L.A. IS IN THE PURPLE TIER, THE DODGER ATTENDANCE WILL BE LIMITED TO 100 FANS. WHAT IS THAT COME OUT TO ?? ONE PERSON PER SECTION?? ALSO YOU SAID THAT NO PERSON OUSIDE OF THE AREA WILL BE ALLOWED. SOOOO WHAT HAPPENS TO THE TICKETS I BOUGHT ABOUT 3 WEEKS AGO TO THE SUNDAY GAME ON APRIL 11, AGAINST THE NATIONALS?????????????????

  2. The 100 fans per game limit is a sad joke and a commentary as to how politicians are unduly controlling our lives. Has the Governor placed similar spacing conditions on the CA beaches? in supermarkets? at street corners? In the homeless settings? I think not but of course I could be wrong

    If you read the release carefully you will see that one sickened person in the purple zone can influence whether the crowd could be 100 or 11,000. Neither you nor I nor the Dodgers have any control over preventing that one person from testing positive but that one person controls our baseball lives

    I would encourage Newsom and his staff to read Aristotle’s ” Justice as Fairness” or Dodger Stadium will continue to be in early Greek stages of pre Plato in the dark

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