Here's another great photo of Clayton Kershaw celebrating his no-hitter from the otther night, taken by Dalton SooHoo - son of Dodger photographer Jon SooHoo.
- Via Mark Langill at Dodger Insider, "On his no-hitter anniversary, Erskine welcomes Kershaw to exclusive club."
“Congratulations to Clayton,” Erskine said. “He’s a pretty impressive fellow. He can dominate a game.”
- Via Dustin Nosler at Dodgers Digest, "Chronicling Clayton Kershaw’s journey to Los Angeles."
- Via Jon Weisman at Dodger Insider, "$22 discounted tickets for Clayton Kershaw’s next scheduled home start on sale."
In celebration of Clayton Kershaw’s first career no-hitter last night, the Dodgers will offer a limited number of $22 tickets to Kershaw’s next scheduled home start, June 29 vs. the Cardinals at 1:10 p.m.
- Via Ryan P. Morrison at Beyond the Boxscore, "Did the D-backs, Dodgers suffer an inter-continental hangover?"
- Via Ken Gurnick at MLB.com, "Reuss relives near-perfect no-hitter post-Kershaw."
Clayton Kershaw isn't the only tall left-handed Dodgers pitcher to lose a perfect game on a shortstop's throwing error.
It also happened to Jerry Reuss on June 27, 1980, against the Giants at Candlestick Park. It also was a shortstop's bad throw after fielding a grounder (Hanley Ramirez for Kershaw, Bill Russell for Reuss) that stood as the lone blemish, with neither pitcher issuing a walk.
- Via Eric Stephen at True Blue LA, "Cody Bellinger separates shoulder, Juan Uribe rehabs, Zach Lee, Tim Federowicz hot."
* Please follow on twitter @ernestreyes *
* Like Dodgers Blue Heaven on facebook *
* Dodgers Blue Heaven home page *