Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw’s achievement of 200 wins is acknowledged and applauded by his teammates and opponents.
Kershaw won 3 wins (1 loss) this season and 200 wins (3rd in Dodgers history) with 7 scoreless innings in a home game against the 2023 Major League Baseball New York Mets held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA on the 19th (Korean time). 88 losses) became a pitcher.
Kershaw, who made his big league debut in 2008, became the third pitcher to reach 200 wins for the Dodgers, following Don Sutton (233 wins) and Don Drysdale (209 wins).
“The goal is to win,” he said. So tonight is a really great night,” he added. “My 200 wins are just a product of being on a great team.”
He gave his personal glory to his team and teammates. However, his colleagues praised such Kershaw. “Kershaw really wanted (200 wins),” Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes said. It was a huge win for him and his team. To win 200, you have to win 10 each over 10 years. It is a difficult thing to do.”
Kershaw posted his first double-digit wins (13-10) three years into his 2010 big league debut. After that, until 2017, he won more than 10 wins every year for 8 consecutive seasons. He also had 21-win seasons in 2011 and 2014.
He won 10 or more 11 times until last year, winning 16 wins (5 losses) in 2019 and double-digit multipliers in 2021 (10 wins) and 2022 (12 wins).
Mets first hitter Brandon Nemo, who was silent as an opposing team player with no hits in 4 at-bats, also admitted. “Kershaw has a reason to be in the Hall of Fame,” Nemo said. “There’s a reason he’s still playing. He showed efficient pitching.”토토사이트
In the process of reaching 200 wins, Kershaw left a splendid footprint, including a 9-time National League All-Star, 3-time Cy Young Award, and 1-time MVP, becoming the top pitcher in the major leagues. He is a pitcher who deserves a Hall of Fame name.
MLB.com said, “After the game, Freddie Freeman and his teammates toasted Kershaw with champagne at the Dodgers clubhouse. We celebrated the greatest moment that will go down in history.”
Also, MLB.com said, “Kershaw’s career winning percentage of .694 is ahead of Whitey Ford’s (.690). He is the best pitcher in the modern era among pitchers with more than 200 wins.”