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Clayton Kershaw has another win in grasp

The fourth inning had not gone well for Clayton Kershaw. His defense had betrayed him, twice. Then his command betrayed him. A walk? Virtual heresy. As his catcher tossed the ball back to the mound, Kershaw did something few pitchers would consider, at risk of an error or, more critically, of jeopardizing...
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