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Left-handed pitcher Clayton Kershaw (36-LA Dodgers), who has 210 career wins in Major League Baseball (MLB), is struggling to keep his career alive.

Kershaw pitched out of the bullpen at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on Friday (June 5).

He started 24 games last year, going 13-5 with a 2.46 ERA. He showed that he was as good as ever.

However, Kershaw suffered a left shoulder injury last year and is still recovering from surgery. He hasn’t pitched a game this year. To make matters worse, he was forced to stop all training last month due to shoulder pain while rehabbing.

After recovering from the injury, Kershaw checked in again. He threw some strong bullpen pitches today. He threw a total of 30 pitches and reportedly felt no pain.

It’s possible that he’ll throw two or three rehabilitation pitches before returning to action. 바카라사이트넷 He could return to the mound as early as August.

“I think everything is going in a positive direction, including the injury,” he said.

The Dodgers’ starting rotation is currently struggling without Kershaw, with Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Walker Buehler, and others out of the lineup with injuries.

Kershaw, meanwhile, has compiled a 210-92 record with a 2.48 ERA in 425 career big league appearances. He also has 2,944 strikeouts and is on pace to reach 3,000 for his career. He also won the Cy Young Award, which is given to the best pitcher, three times.

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