MLB’s best pitcher Kershaw chooses to accompany the Dodgers… with the Dodgers for 17 years

Clayton Kershaw (35), a famous pitcher in the U.S. Major League Baseball, has chosen to stay with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

On the morning of the 7th (Korea time), Major League Baseball’s Dotcom reported that free agent Kershaw will stay with the Dodgers. According to the Major League’s Dotcom, Kershaw is only left with a physical examination. Details of the contract terms and conditions have not been disclosed. However, The Athletic added that Kershaw has a player option for the 2025 season, so he can choose to extend his contract. Dodgers plans to officially announce the signing of Kershaw’s contract soon. It is the 17th season with Kershaw.마카오카지노

Kershaw is a representative pitcher of the Major League. He won the Cy Young Award for best pitcher three times, and received the National League MVP award in 2014 for his outstanding performance with 21 wins, three losses and an earned run average of 1.77. Kershaw also played 11 out of 16 seasons in fall baseball, and won three World Series championships (2020).

Since his debut in 2008, Kershaw has garnered 210 wins (92 losses and 2.48 ERA) until last year. He is highly likely to be inducted into the Hall of Fame based on his current performance. Kershaw also showed off his robustness last year with 13 wins and five losses and 2.46 ERA in 24 games.

Some people talked about Kershaw’s future as a free agent this winter. His health was a variable. Kershaw has been saddened by frequent injuries over the past three years. In fact, Kershaw failed to meet the required innings for three consecutive years. Notably, Kershaw will not be able to play until August after undergoing shoulder surgery after the 2023 season, which is another important variable in his contract. As negotiations with the Dodgers slowed down, rumors suggested that he would return to the Texas Rangers, his hometown team. However, Kershaw chose the Dodger man.

Meanwhile, the Dodgers will have early season starters in the lineup of Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Tyler Glasnow, Bobby Miller and James Paxton.

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