1. Clayton Kershaw tossed 198 ⅓ en route to the National League crown in 2014.
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2. Clayton Kershaw let the kiddos steal the show after he beat the Braves in the NLDS.
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4. Clayton Kershaw is staying with the Los Angeles Dodgers, agreeing to a $93 million, three-year contract after he initially opted out and chose free agency.
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6. Clayton Kershaw stays with Dodgers for $93 million, 3-year deal.
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7. Clayton Kershaw continued his partnership with CURE International in 2015, setting a goal of funding 100 surgeries for CURE's hospital in the Dominican Republic.
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8. In 2014, Clayton Kershaw continued to support the children of Zambia, in partnership with CURE International, raising funds to pay for 170 children's surgeries and new medical equipment for CURE hospital in Lusaka.
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13. Clayton Kershaw made his seventh straight opening day start, tying Don Sutton for most consecutive opening day starts, and Sutton and Don Drysdale for most total opening day starts by a Dodger.
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14. Clayton Kershaw started games one and four of the 2016 National League Division Series and picked up the save in the clinching game five.
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16. On October 4, Clayton Kershaw became the 11th player in Major League history to strike out 300 batters in a season, the first player since Randy Johnson did it in 2002.
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17. Clayton Kershaw picked up his 200th strikeout of the season on August 12, tying Hideo Nomo's 1995 season for the fastest to that mark in Dodgers history at 156 innings.
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18. Clayton Kershaw was honored after the season with player of the year awards from both The Sporting News and Baseball America.
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19. Clayton Kershaw made his fourth straight opening day start for the Dodgers in 2014, only the fourth Dodger ever to do so.
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21. Clayton Kershaw struck out 12 batters in seven innings in the first game of the 2013 National League Division Series.
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22. Clayton Kershaw was selected to the 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, his third straight selection.
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24. Clayton Kershaw made his third straight opening day start for the Dodgers in the 2013 season, the first Dodger starter to do so since Derek Lowe.
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25. Clayton Kershaw became just the fifth Dodger pitcher with three straight 200 strikeout seasons.
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26. Clayton Kershaw was selected to appear in the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, the second straight year he made the team.
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36. When he debuted, Clayton Kershaw was the youngest player in MLB, a title he held for one full year.
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37. Clayton Kershaw pitched 18 innings during his second trip to Jacksonville, winning two games.
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40. Clayton Kershaw pitched a no-hitter on June 18, 2014, becoming the 22nd Dodger to do so.
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41. Clayton Kershaw was drafted seventh overall in the 2006 MLB draft.
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