Skip to comments.Clayton Kershaw Pitches No-Hitter
Posted on 06/18/2014 10:15:35 PM PDT by chrisinoc
Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw pitched the game of his life on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, pitching a no-hitter to beat the Rockies 8-0 at Dodger Stadium.
Kershaw struck out a career-high 15 batters in the effort and walked none. The only batter to reach base all night was Corey Dickerson, who reached on a throwing error by Hanley Ramirez to open the seventh inning.
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Wow,glad to see Kershaw come back big time from that early season injury.
Got to see the end only on MLB Network but by all accounts Kershaw was dominant.
I saw it on MLBN too. 15 strikeouts and the one error that was the only thing keeping him from a perfect game.
Great game GO CLAYTON!!
I had the great pleasure of seeing Koufax throw his first against the Mets.
he was dominant. nothing was hit squarely all night. the error on Ramirez was a two hopper that appeared to get to him to quicker than he expected, and he shanked the throw. that was with no out. he had to scramble to prevent a run.
Shouldn’t the Dodgers lose their patent because it’s insulting towards the draft dodgers of the Vietnam War era?
Here's Kershaw and his wife when they were dating as teenagers. Everything I hear about them ...real nice people.
Amazing photo.. She was there tonight in a lime colored top. Same girl. LOL
Aww, that is sweet.
Congrats to him on the game. My excitement was when Mark Buerle pitched a perfect game while still with the White Sox, that was beautiful! Another one of the ‘nice’ guys.
Congrats to Clayton Kershaw! He’s one of the good guys! And the best leftie the Dodgers have had since a certain Mr Koufax wore the uniform.
Fifteen Ks? Even more awesome!
Lost all track of the Dodgers since my early years, alas, I am old.
Remember Sandy Koufax striking out Maris & Mantel in the World Series.
Used to listen to Scully at night underneath the bedcovers so mom & dad couldn’t hear (lived in Az)
Played baseball in grade & HS. Makes me want to get into it again.
While a walk should spoil a no-hitter, it seems to me that pitching a no-hitter where one of your fielders makes an error should count as a perfect game. It’s harder, you had to get 28 outs, not 27.
He's so great because you always know what's happening now and what happened earlier. You always know how the runs scored when you flip on a Scully game.
I came to appreciate baseball late in life, prodded by my son the Dodger Fan. But Vin is the reason I know anything worthwhile about the game. I love the man - wish he were my Grampy.
Clayton was in Beast Mode tonight. Absolutely glorious.
How is Scully announcing the game while tucked in bed?
I remember Dodger Jerry Reuss (whose birthday is today) pitching a no-hitter back on June 27, 1980 against the Giants.
He allowed only one baserunner, an error by shortstop Bill Russell. But he made up for it by making a great play to preserve the no-hitter.