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Top Clayton Kershaw News

  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Targeting July or August?

    Kershaw (shoulder) told reporters Thursday that he's targeting "July-ish, August-ish" for a return, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.

    It's a very rough timetable and it will likely be months before we get a clearer picture as to when Kershaw might be able to make his season debut for the Dodgers. Recovering from surgery to repair the gleno-humeral ligaments and capsule in his left shoulder, Kershaw is two weeks into his throwing program. He will head back to his offseason home soon before rejoining the Dodgers' camp in early March to continue his rehab.

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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Has begun throwing

    Kershaw (shoulder) began a throwing program last week, Andy McCullough of The Athletic reports.

    Kershaw is about three months removed from surgery to repair the gleno-humeral ligaments and capsule in his left shoulder. The expectation is that he will not be game-ready until at least sometime in the second half. Kershaw has agreed to a new one-year contract with the Dodgers, a deal which will become official after he takes a physical Thursday.

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  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw: Returns to Dodgers for 17th season

    Kershaw (shoulder) signed a one-year contract with the Dodgers on Tuesday, Andy McCullough of The Athletic reports.

    The contract also contains a player option for 2025. Kershaw will take a physical Thursday before the deal is made official. That also happens to be the first day the Dodgers can place players on the 60-day injured list, which would preclude them from having to free up a spot on the 40-man roster. Kershaw had surgery on his left shoulder in November and won't be ready to pitch until at least the second half, with a clearer timetable likely not available for months.

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  • Clayton Kershaw: Return to Dodgers considered likely

    Kershaw (shoulder) re-signing with the Dodgers is considered increasingly likely, Jon Heyman and Joel Sherman of the New York Post report.

    Sherman notes that the two sides could be waiting until Thursday to finalize a contract, as that's the first day the Dodgers would be able to place Kershaw on the 60-day injured list, thereby not taking up a spot on the 40-man roster. Kershaw underwent surgery in November to repair the gleno-humeral ligaments and capsule in his left shoulder and is not expected to be game-ready until sometime after the All-Star break. The future Hall of Famer will turn 36 next month.

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  • Clayton Kershaw: Reunion with Dodgers still possible

    Dodgers general manager Brandon Gomes said Saturday that the team is staying in touch with Kershaw (shoulder) and that it's possible the hurler could pitch for Los Angeles this season, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.

    Kershaw is a free agent and has yet to find a team, though Dodgers manager Dave Roberts suggested that the hurler is in no rush to sign and may be opting to "get something done when it makes sense," per JP Hoornstra of Dodgers Nation. Kershaw is currently rehabbing from November surgery to repair the gleno-humeral ligaments and capsule in his left shoulder, and Roberts indicated that the future Hall of Famer's recovery is going well, which Kershaw also suggested while saying in December that he hoped to play at some point this summer. The left-hander pitched well during the regular season last year, posting a 2.46 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 137:40 K:BB while going 13-5 over 24 starts covering 131.2 innings , but his velocity was noticeably lower down the stretch, and he flamed out in his lone postseason appearance, giving up six runs over one-third of an inning against Arizona in the NLDS. It's not yet certain when Kershaw will be ready to pitch this season, and the Dodgers aren't in desperate need of a starter after adding Tyler Glasnow, Yoshinobu Yamamoto and James Paxton to the rotation in the offseason, but it appears that the door is still open for the soon-to-be 36-year-old to rejoin the only organization he's pitched for during his illustrious career.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Dallas, TX
Age: 35
Experience: 15
Bats/Throws: L, L