Found April 03, 2013 on
Los That Sports Blog:
Tweet Unlike Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, who hit a home run on opening day, Gio Gonzalez of the Washington Nationals had a home run to his credit coming into Wednesday. He now has two. Gonzalez didn’t pitch a complete game shutout like Kershaw but he did pick up the win, giving [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez had a funny quote after a start where there was a lot of cold weather he was dealing with.
Pitching in April can be a very difficult task for hurlers who play in colder climates. Going to a baseball game in Boston, New York or Washington, D.C. at the beginning of the season can be a very uncomfortable experience, and Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez got a taste of that on a chilly 45-degree Wednesday night against the Miami Marlins. Gonzalez handled the conditions...
Gio Gonzalez of the Washington Nationals threw six innings of scoreless baseball on Wednesday, but it was his comments after the game which really got people talking. Personally, I love it and think he really needs to speak more often. make of the quote below, what you will.
“It was definitely difficult, especially with this cold weather,” he said. “It was tough to get a...
The news of Clayton Kershaw‘s iminent extension with the Dodgers was broken recently by Mike Petriello, and since then, other reporters have chimed in, all confirming the existence of talks.
Jon Heyman confirmed the negotiations and mentioned that Opening Day was not a hard deadline despite what Kershaw has previously said to have preferred.
Star left-hander Clayton Kershaw and...
Many around the league believe Los Angeles Dodgers left-handed starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw could be the next high-profile player in line for a lucrative contract extension. However, as of yesterday, a deal between the Dodgers and their young ace "didn't appear imminent," according to Dylan Hernandez of The Los Angeles Times.
Dodger lefthander Clayton Kershaw homered and shutout the Giants Monday.
Yeah, I know there’s 161 games left, and anything can happen during the course of the marathon that is the baseball season, but really, who’s going to top what Clayton Kershaw did Monday?
I mean, guys have thrown shutouts on Opening Day before; hell, Bob Feller threw a no-hitter against the White Sox to...
Image courtesy zimbio.com
Clayton Kershaw threw a complete game shutout, scattered 4 hits, struck out 7, and didn’t walk a batter. Oh, by the way, he hit a go ahead home run in the 8th to break open the scoring for the Dodgers against the defending World Series Champions.
Kershaw was efficient, throwing only 94 pitches, and dominating all at the same time. He throws a low to mid...
LOS ANGELES Sandy Koufax provided the feel-good moment of Monday's Opening Day at Dodger Stadium, throwing out the first pitch in a surprise switch with Lakers Hall of Famer and Dodgers part-owner Magic Johnson.
Then, the young man often compared with the legendary lefty did the rest with his arm and bat.
Clayton Kershaw threw a complete game shutout the sixth of his career...
Clayton Kershaw provided the fireworks for the Dodgers on Opening Day. Tonight, the new-look Indians and new-look Blue Jays will face off, with R.A. Dickey`s return to the AL.
The parity of the Giants-Dodgers rivalry is one of the few ways that some national writers will admit that the west coast rivalry beats out that east coast one.
I still hate seeing the Dodgers win, however.
Props to Clayton Kershaw, however. That guy is an amazing pitcher. Nothing but respect to him as a player, but I’ll still always boo him. Dirty Dodger…
It's like stepping in a large pile of deja vu on the sidewalk. All over again. On April 1, 2013, the San Francisco Giants lost their 6th season opener in the last ten years.
Will anything get this off my sneakers?
Before the Giants met the newly diamond-encrusted, gold leaf festooned Los Angeles Dodgers yesterday at Chavez Ravine word on the streets was, SF's gonna...
The newly purchased Los Angeles Dodgers started the 2013 season by rolling up to their home stadium in a fleet of high end BMWs, Lamborghinis, and Porsches.
Three games later the San Francisco Giants had those vehicles tagged, towed and impounded in the 2013 National League West cellar. And while it's not likely the Dodgers will continue to lose two of every three games,...