Clayton Edward Kershaw is an American professional baseball pitcher.
Clayton Kershaw Record
Clayton Kershaw has played 15 seasons for the Dodgers. He has 192 wins, 86 losses, an ERA of 2.48 and 2,745 strikeouts. He has won 3 Cy Young awards, 1 Gold Glove award, 1 MVP award and 1 World Series.
Clayton Kershaw strikeouts
With his fourth strikeout of the night, long-time lanky left-hander Clayton Kershaw became the all-time franchise leader in strikeouts.
Kershaw entered the night with 2,693 career strikeouts, all with the Dodgers, which left him just three behind Don Sutton’s Dodgers record.
In striking out Spencer Torkelson of the Tigers in the fourth inning, Kershaw moved to 2,697 and sole possession of the franchise record.
Who is Clayton Kershaw?
Clayton Edward Kershaw is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball.
He is 34 as of 2022. He was born on March 19, 1988 (age 34 years)
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.
His parents are Christopher George Kershaw, and Marianne Kershaw, we do not have enough information about them to share.