Kershaw Joins 2,500 Strikeout Club

Last night, Clayton Kershaw reached 2,500 career strikeouts, the second Dodger pitcher to ever do so along with Don Sutton. He is the fourth quickest player in terms of games played to reach the milestone.

Kershaw took a no-hitter into the sixth inning last night in the Dodgers’ 5-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, the team’s fifth straight. Kershaw is having an absolutely dominant 2020 season thus far in posting the third lowest ERA in the league at 1.50 to go with a 5-1 record. Show your support one of the all-time pitching greats with this home white Dodgers Kershaw uniform.