Heading into the offseason one of the more pressing situations the Los Angeles Dodgers faced was with Clayton Kershaw. Within three days of the World Series concluding, Kershaw was due to decide on whether or not he would opt out of the two years and $65 million on his contract. It was part of a seven-year
Clayton Kershaw: Re-Signing With Dodgers Was ‘More Valuable’ Than Exploring Free Agency Or Joining New Team
The Los Angeles Dodgers went into the offseason with a number of question marks after losing to the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, but none bigger than ace Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw had two years and $65 million remaining on his contract and held the ability to opt out and test free agency for the
Sign stealing has been a part of Major League Baseball for all of time, but there was a microscope put on it during the 2018 postseason and in particular the Los Angeles Dodgers as they were accused by both the Milwaukee Brewers and Boston Red Sox of the generally accepted misconduct. Stealing signs
The Los Angeles Dodgers cleared an early offseason hurdle on Friday by hammering out a new three-year extension with longtime ace Clayton Kershaw. The contract ensures that the three-time Cy Young Award winner will remain in a Dodgers uniform through his age-33 season, with no-opt clauses included in
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Clayton Kershaw is staying in Los Angeles after accepting a three-year, $93 million package from the Dodgers, beating a deadline for the three-time Cy Young Award winner to opt out of his previous deal. Kershaw had two seasons and $65 million remaining on his old contract, so the new
Starter Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly agreed to a three-year, $93 million deal with incentives, according to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal.