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    Kershaw

    Is it time for the dodgers to move on from him considering they constantly spend spend spend but he and them cant deliver come the post season? Its not just a kershaw thing at this point but a dodgers thing as well... They are playing a very injured braves team and getting spanked... they needed their ace to finally step up in the post season down 2-1 and he **** the bed like everyone knew he would.

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    No. They should keep him. Makes October's hilarious for everyone else.

    Also, Ferris Buehler is their ace.

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    I personally think they should give him a lifetime contract.


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    trade him while he still has some value. He is one bad pitching motion from having a career ending back injury. Send him to the Nationals where he will be the 3rd/4th best pitcher during the playoffs. Shame he will never win a ring with the Dodgers. At this rate I would take Gabe Kapler being our manager. At least he would have taken out Kershaw after 3-4 innings before allowing him to face the top of the lineup again.

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    I don't think it makes much sense to trade him unless you get another top of the rotation guy back in return and you just don't see many trades like that go down. Somethings gotta give though. Dodgers are way too talented and well run to keep coming up short every single October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    No. They should keep him. Makes October's hilarious for everyone else.

    Also, Ferris Buehler is their ace.
    Yeah, October just wouldn't be the same without this yearly gift Kershaw gives all non-Dodgers fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    Is it time for the dodgers to move on from him considering they constantly spend spend spend but he and them cant deliver come the post season? Its not just a kershaw thing at this point but a dodgers thing as well... They are playing a very injured braves team and getting spanked... they needed their ace to finally step up in the post season down 2-1 and he **** the bed like everyone knew he would.
    kershaw is one of the unluckiest pitchers on the planet. he was clearly struggling with all that wind with the open roof. Also, his matchups are never easy. He always faces elite offenses unlike other october aces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciabatta bread View Post
    kershaw is one of the unluckiest pitchers on the planet. he was clearly struggling with all that wind with the open roof. Also, his matchups are never easy. He always faces elite offenses unlike other october aces.


    we know who this is

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    RIP ciabatta bread. Gone but not forgotten.


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    Didn't the mod's shut down this thread last year? And the year before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    Is it time for the dodgers to move on from him considering they constantly spend spend spend but he and them cant deliver come the post season? Its not just a kershaw thing at this point but a dodgers thing as well... They are playing a very injured braves team and getting spanked... they needed their ace to finally step up in the post season down 2-1 and he **** the bed like everyone knew he would.
    Even if this wasn't a bad idea. Move on how? He has full 10-5 rights so he isn't getting traded anywhere unless he approves it, and they're not going to cut him and eat 32 million for a guy that carried a 2.16 era and has only ever had an era over 3 twice in his career?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban2.0 View Post
    Didn't the mod's shut down this thread last year? And the year before.
    yea but you guys keep failing and he keeps choking so isnt this more relevant then ever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban2.0 View Post
    Even if this wasn't a bad idea. Move on how? He has full 10-5 rights so he isn't getting traded anywhere unless he approves it, and they're not going to cut him and eat 32 million for a guy that carried a 2.16 era and has only ever had an era over 3 twice in his career?
    at this point i think he would approve a trade to a non big media team so he could stay out of the light and fly under the radar... the dude looks like he is gonna cry every post season after a start.

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