Clayton Kershaw joined the #PitchersWhoRake movement with this hustle double
Coming into the Dodgers must win matchup in Game 4 of the NLDS, the questions were mostly about how
Turns out that was an oversight. In a postseason that has seen both
His time was 8.65 seconds -- narrowly beating out
It was Kershaw's first extra-base hit since April 26, but the Dodgers have been waiting a lot longer. The last time one of their pitchers had an extra-base hit in the postseason was Orel Hershisher in 1988. Of course, he went 3-for-3 with two doubles that day, so he really went for it.
Unfortunately for Kershaw on the mound, while he was dominant in the first six innings -- surrendering two runs and striking out 10 -- he tired in the seventh. After walking
Tune in for the winner-take-all NLDS Game 5 on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on FS1.