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Dodgers News Clayton Kershaw Reveals His Favorite Accomplishment in MLB Career

Clayton Kershaw has accomplished pretty much everything one can do on a baseball field.

Since making his MLB debut as a 20-year-old in 2008, the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher has been arguably the greatest hurler of his generation, and definitely has had a career destined to end with his enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

He’s made 10 All-Star teams across his 16 seasons, earned three National League Cy Young Awards, and posted the NL’s lowest ERA five times.

Beyond that?

He threw one of the greatest games ever pitched with his no-hitter/almost perfect game against the Colorado Rockies in 2014 and finally reached the sport’s pinnacle when he won the World Series in 2020.