COLUMN | Dodgers’ once-in-a-century ace wasn’t at his best. It didn’t matter.
The demons didn’t wait long, did they? Clayton Kershaw had barely taken the Nationals Park mound Friday night in the Dodgers’ postseason opener when he was engulfed in memories of past October failures. They quickly slithered throug...
Clayton Kershaw labored through five innings, but the two home runs that Max Scherzer surrendered proved critical.