Clayton Kershaw threw a no-hitter. It was the 22nd no-hitter in Dodgers history. According to someone, this was the first time teammates had thrown no-hitters in less than 30 days since midway through the 1900′s. The final out was a strike out of Corey Dickerson. in the 7th, Dickerson hit a multiple-hopper to Hanley Ramirez who made a bad throw to first that ruined what could have been a perfect game. Alas. Congratulations to Clayton Kershaw.
Kershaw struck out 15 which is the new standard for lefties throwing a no-no.
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