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Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw’s Last Year with LA? ‘No Idea’ about Future, Will LA Sign Scherzer & More



It seems like it was just yesterday when Clayton Kershaw made his debut for the Dodgers in May of 2008, but 13 years and over 2,628 innings pitched later could the 3-time Cy Young Award winner’s days in LA be numbered?

With the former MVP’s contract expiring at the end of the season, Kershaw recently told Bill Plunkett of the OC Register that he has ‘no idea’ about his future in Baseball.

We discuss Kershaw’s comments and discuss what factors will ultimately decide if he continues his career in LA, signs with another team or calls it a career and retires after 14 seasons. Plus, the latest on Kershaw’s return from the IL and his upcoming start Monday against the Diamondbacks.

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Written by Doug McKain

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  1. CONGRATS TO MAD MAX!!!!!!!

    3,000 K’s!!!!

    Welcome to the the Dodgers, and thank you for approving a trade to the Dodgers…..

  2. For Kershaw, and the rest of the Dodgers, the future is tomorrow. They need to do everything they can to win every game for the rest of the season. One at a time. The division is still a possibility. The Giants aren’t cooperating. All the Dodgers can do is win. Hope Kershaw has a good day. I expect a short start followed by a bullpen game. We absolutely need to sweep the D Backs.

  3. I believe Kershaw will be back in dodger blue probably for two years with team options. Don’t see him playing anywhere else.

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