Clayton Kershaw threw a no-hitter yesterday, and it was probably the most dominating pitching performance I’ll ever see (I only vaguely remember Kerry Wood‘s 20-strikeout game), as Mike pointed out to everybody at the time.
I counted one line drive and one ball hit hard all game. Silly. Just silly.
But enough of those number thingys and thinking and all that crap, right?
Logging into www.WasClaytonKershawsCurveWorking.com and the answer is…
Miguel Rojas made a great play on a grounder down the line in the seventh, but also hit Kershaw with the ball in the last frame.
How important was the moment? Yasiel Puig caught a ball with two hands.
Ellen Kershaw doesn’t want anything to do with this usher bothering and touching her.
That was weird.
Kershaw needed a shower.
#DanceParty? Dance party.