Clayton Kershaw: Spring training stats| No hitter 2014| Perfect game

Clayton Edward Kershaw is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball.

He has played for the Dodgers for the entirety of his MLB career.

A left-handed starting pitcher, Kershaw has played 14 seasons in the major leagues since he debuted in 2008.

Clayton Kershaw: Spring training stats| No hitter 2014| Perfect game

Spring training stats:

Game stats
 
Game
IP
H
R
Sv
ERA
13 Apr
@
7.0
0
0
0
0.00
Regular season
7.0
0
0
0
0.00
Career stats
 
Year
Team
GP
W
L
Sv
ERA
2022
1
1
0
0
0.00
2021
22
10
8
0
3.55
2020
10
6
2
0
2.16
2019
29
16
5
0
3.03
2018
26
9
5
0
2.73
2017
27
18
4
0
2.31
2016
21
12
4
0
1.69
2015
33
16
7
0
2.13
2014
27
21
3
0
1.77
2013
33
16
9
0
1.83
2012
33
14
9
0
2.53
2011
33
21
5
0
2.28
2010
32
13
10
0
2.91

Clayton Kershaw was perfect through seven innings on Wednesday afternoon, but Dave Roberts and the Dodgers ultimately decided to pull him from the game due to pitch count. In his first start of the season, Kershaw only threw 80 pitches.

No hitter 2014:

With two Cy Young Awards already under his belt as he worked on third, the question was less whether Clayton Kershaw would throw a no-hitter during one of the all-time great Major League pitching careers and more when.

The answer came emphatically on June 18, 2014 – to the dismay of a group of Rockies batsmen who found themselves vulnerable at the wrong end of history – when Kershaw became the first pitcher to hit 15 batsmen without running into a hitter. Went. 

Kershaw is one of nine LA Dodgers pitchers to toss an individual no-hitter (Sandy Cofax has the first four, and in 2018 the Dodgers recorded their first combined no-hitter). Kershaw said immediately afterwards that he did not take history or what it meant, calling it the “special company” he joined.

Perfect game:

Clayton Kershaw: Spring training stats| No hitter 2014| Perfect game

In case you haven’t heard by now — which would be a big upset — Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw had a perfect game through seven innings Wednesday afternoon in Minnesota.

He had bowled only 80 pitches. He was dropped from the game.

Such a move in the hot tech era is the equivalent of burning a stick of dynamite on social media. For those lucky enough to miss the explosion, it was as furious as you’d imagine.

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