Clayton Kershaw Would Love To See A Dodgers-Lakers Joint Parade


World Series - Tampa Bay Rays v Los Angeles Dodgers  - Game Six

Keep saying that Clayton Kershaw is a World Series Champion because it sounds so sweet.

Once it is safe to do so, Los Angeles is going to party with the Dodgers-Lakers winning a championship in the same calendar month. Kershaw was asked on The Ellen Show what he wants that parade to look like once it eventually does happen.

Oh man, it’s just the best. An even the Lakers won too, I was saying whenever it’s safe to do so, a Laker/Dodger parade in LA, that would be awesome. We should do that together. 

Kershaw’s all-time regular-season record is 175 wins against 76 losses, and he possesses a comically-low lifetime earned-run average of 2.43. He has won the National League’s Cy Young Award three times, and the NL’s Most Valuable Player once. He is well paid for this: Kershaw has earned more than $225 million over the course of his career, all of which has taken place with one of the signature franchises in the sport, the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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