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Refusing to take a single day off, Clayton Kershaw was spotted working out in the Fenway Park bullpen

Clayton Kershaw closed out the Dodgers' Game 7 win in the NLCS about a half-hour before midnight ET on Saturday night. That meant he had about 48 hours before he needed to be on the mound as the likely starter for Game 1 of the World Series against the Red Sox.
Kershaw wasn't interested in rest and relaxation, though. Less than a day after the Dodgers' victory, the left-hander was spotted on an empty Fenway Park bullpen mound on Sunday night, going through his delivery and presumably imagining pitching in the ninth inning with a one-run lead like a kid in the backyard.

Having been spotted with what looked like a blanket and pillow in Game 7, we now assume he's going to have a campout complete with s'mores and ghost stories in the Fenway outfield tonight. 

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