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Dodgers News: Clayton Kershaw’s Unsure Future with LA, When He’ll Retire & Will it be in Blue?



Clayton Kershaw is entering the final year of the three-year, $93 million deal he signed with LA after the 2018 season. The L.A. Times’ Jorge Castillo recently spoke with Kershaw and reports that the three-time NL Cy Young Award winner and the Dodgers have yet to discuss a potential contract extension. The future Hall of Famer admitted he was unsure about his future with the club, telling Castillo, “I don’t know honestly, I wish I had an answer.”

We discuss Kershaw’s future in baseball and tell you why we think he’ll retire a Los Angeles Dodger. Plus, Kershaw reveals why he’s retired his trusted Wilson A2000 glove that he’s used since 2009 and why he sometimes goes by the name Tony Crenshaw!

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