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Clayton Kershaw and his shortest outing of his career

Clayton Kershaw and his shortest outing of his career

The Chicago Cubs took advantage of a great lack of control that Clayton Kershaw had to throw him a party in the first inning of the game in the MLB.

Kershaw, who doesn’t have a good record against the Chicago Cubs, had a lousy first inning, giving up four runs. It all started with a double by Kris Bryant, a single by Anthony Rizzo, BB to Javier Báez, a single by Matt Duffy and a double that cleared the bases of David Bote.

However, Clayton Kershaw threw three pitches from 55 feet, while from the ridge to the plate is a distance of 60 feet, the pitches were falling halfway.

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That was the first time Clayton Kershaw has allowed four runs in one inning since September 18, 2017 against the Phillies, and it was the shortest start of his career, however, the Cubs took it upon themselves to put an end to that streak. in MLB. (GG) (Fielding)

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