Once the lockout is over in Major League Baseball, free agency is going to be taking off at a pace we have never seen before in our lifetime. One of the most interesting free agents this offseason is Clayton Kershaw and where he will land in the upcoming season.
Bob Nightengale of USA Today touched on that fact in his latest MLB notebook over the weekend, writing that a former teammate of Kershaw’s expects him to either sign with the Texas Rangers (his hometown team) or just retire from the game of baseball. It’s already been a huge offseason for the Rangers who went on a spending spree before the lockout signing Corey Seager, Marcus Semien, Jon Gray and Kole Calhoun.
Clayton Kershaw last year was a very highly productive MLB pitcher in 2021, striking out 144 men in 121.2 innings before the injury bug permanently bit him toward the end of the season.
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