Los Angeles Dodgers received and shared a complicated news in the last hours because it was announced that he had to send Clayton Kershaw on disabled list for 60 days following injury who suffered several weeks ago and seems to have no improvement. The ‘ace’ of the pitching of the current World Series champion could return almost in the final stretch of the regular schedule of the 2021 Season of MLB.
This Monday, August 9, movements made in the Los Angeles Dodgers roster were announced and the one that has attracted the most attention is that Clayton Kershaw has been sent to the disabled list for 60 days.
This situation would be an indication that the stellar pitcher does not improve in the injury he suffered in the forearm and would be out of action more than expected, the tentative date of his return being the next September 5.
The three-time Cy Young Award winner recently stated that his recovery has been delayed because he tried to return to pitching early and ended up feeling counterproductive.
Clayton Kershaw had 17 starts for the Los Angeles Dodgers before his injury. He posted a 9-7 record in games won and lost and a 3.39 ERA in games won and lost so far this 2021 MLB season.
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