From Byster Olney's latest blogpost (link insider only): Clayton Kershaw started the year as the best pitcher on the planet, and in 2014 he has somehow gotten even better. No team had loaded the bases against Kershaw even one time this season before the Diamondbacks did so Wednesday night. And naturally, Arizona didn't score. His success is predictable, writes Dylan Hernandez. He gave everybody else a one-month head start by opening the season on the disabled list, yet as of this morning, Kershaw leads all starting pitchers in wins (16), along with his usual array of outstanding ratio...
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