Clayton Kershaw one more year in the Major Leagues: The left-handed pitcher signed for one year with the Los Angeles Dodgers



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Left-handed pitcher Clayton Kershaw reached an agreement Friday with the Los Angeles Dodgers for one more year in the 2022 season. This year will be Kershaw鈥檚 15th season with the Los Angeles team.

The team has not yet made the official announcement nor has it disclosed the amount of the same, pending the result of a physical evaluation, MLB.com indicated this Saturday. Kershaw was one of the hottest players in free agency who will continue to be the talk of the town early in the season.

The deal for the Texas pitcher is $17 million for one year. At 34 years of age, his injuries have taken time away from him as a pitcher and he even missed the 2021 postseason. due to a blow to his pitching elbow.

Kershaw has been one of the best pitchers of the last 10 years in the Major Leagues. He has a winning percentage of .688 in which He has a record of 185 wins and 84 losses, with an ERA of 2.49, in 379 games, of which he has started 376.

The Los Angeles Dodgers want to continue fighting for a title and prominence in the National League and have also reported progress with first baseman Freddie Freeman2020 MVP and 2021 World Series champion, and who has been one of the best hitters in MLB in recent years.

This Saturday the negotiations of the teams with the free agents will continue, and the teams that are already preparing for the start of Spring Training for the start of the season on April 7, in a campaign that despite the delay will have 162 games.

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