Clayton Kershaw, $200 million man? That’ll be the storyline tomorrow (and again and again this season) as the Franchise tossed a complete game shutout and homered in the bottom of the 8th to snap a 0-0 tie. The Dodgers beat the Giants, 4-0.
Kershaw became the first pitcher to throw a shutout and hit a homerun on Opening Day since Hall of Famer Bob Lemon did so in 1953 for the Indians.
Owner Magic Johnson approved of Kershaw’s opening day performance.
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