Clayton Kershaw is a world-class starting pitcher with an abundance of records already established on the mound.
Now, the Dodgers ace has found made MLB history with his offense.
With three walks and a hit in Friday night's game against the Braves, Kershaw completed a feat that hadn't been accomplished in 60 years.
Per ESPN Stats & Info:
The last starting pitcher to reach base four times in a game was Mike Leake in 2010.
The last pitcher with three walks and a hit in a game was Hall-of-Famer Whitey Ford in 1959.
Check out some of the highlights from Kershaw's night below...He also dominated on the mound in a Dodgers victory.