Clayton Kershaw Opens Up About His Future With The Dodgers


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

In an incredible piece done by on Clayton Kershaw from Jorge Castillo at the Los Angeles Times. Castillo visited Kershaw at his home in Texas, and touched on a variety of subjects, including fatherhood, the relief of winning a World Series and his future both with the Dodgers and in the game.

Kershaw after the 2021 season is set to become a free agent & when asked about it by Jorge Castillo, here is what he said:

"I don’t know,” he said. “Honestly, I wish I had an answer.”
“I love being with the Dodgers,” he said. “Love it. So thankful that I’ve gotten to be there, and I would never want that to change. I’ve always loved being there. Playing with one team your whole career is very cool, I think, but legacy’s not important to me on the baseball field. I don’t worry about that.”

Kershaw has one more year remaining on the three-year, $93 million contract he signed after the 2018 season. Castillo reports that Kershaw and the Dodgers have not yet discussed a potential contract extension, and Kershaw was open about the uncertainty of his baseball future.

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