Clayton Kershaw continues to pitch at historic levels, as does Zack Greinke.
Clayton Kershaw just pitched his third straight game with 10+ strikeouts, no walks, and no runs allowed. That’s never been accomplished before. He’s pitched 29 straight scoreless innings. It shouldn’t be that surprising that Kershaw is this good, but he’s performing at historic levels. And this year, he’s not even the clear-cut best pitcher on his own team.
While Kershaw continues to dominate, his teammate Zack Greinke has been arguably outperforming him. Greinke has not allowed a run in 43 2/3 innings, as he inches closer to the all time record. In July, they have allowed just one run over 56 innings, for just a 0.16 ERA. That would be the lowest ever if it remains like that. Even with the two of the best pitchers in the game, the Dodgers are still reportedly looking for another starting pitcher in hopes to win their first World Series since 1988.
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