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OffbeatDodgers, Clayton Kershaw agree to new, three-year, $93 million deal

23:20  02 november  2018
23:20  02 november  2018 Source:   latimes.com

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Clayton Kershaw agrees to three - year , $ 93 million extension with Dodgers . In 11 seasons with the team, Kershaw has posted a 2.39 ERA over 2,096 1/3 innings. He’s made seven All-Star teams, won three Cy Young awards, was the National League MVP in 2014 and tossed a no-hitter.

Clayton Kershaw agrees to three - year , $ 93 million extension with Dodgers . In 11 seasons with the team, Kershaw has posted a 2.39 ERA over 2,096 1/3 innings. He’s made seven All-Star teams, won three Cy Young awards, was the National League MVP in 2014 and tossed a no-hitter.

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LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers' ace and the face of the franchise for the last decade, agreed Friday to a new, three-year, $93 million deal to remain with Los Angeles, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

Kershaw, 30, initially had until Wednesday at 9 p.m. PDT — three days after Sunday's season-ending loss to the Boston Red Sox in the World Series — to decide whether to opt out of the two years remaining on his contract. He and the Dodgers extended the deadline to 1 p.m. Friday.

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The Los Angeles Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw have agreed to a three - year , $ 93 million contract extension. There are unspecified incentives in the This deal tears up the two years and million that Kershaw would’ve made if he had declined to opt-out of his previous deal and prevents him from

He had two years and $65 million remaining on the seven-year, $215 million deal he signed in January 2014. It was, at the time, the richest contract for a pitcher in baseball history. Boston Red Sox left-hander David Price later surpassed the total value.

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LOS ANGELES_Falling short in the World Series in consecutive years, perhaps a more bitter ending than not playing for the championship at all, offers the Los Angeles Dodgers front office one perk this early in the offseason. "On one hand," Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said, "it's good that we have so much going on that it's not really giving us an opportunity to reflect back." There is plenty on the Dodgers' checklist as they begin reshaping the club over the next week. For starters, determining whether their face-of-the-franchise ace's future is in Los Angeles. Clayton Kershaw originally had until Wednesday at 9 p.m.

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