Is there legitimate reason to think Clayton Kershaw won’t remain the best of the best?
Los Angeles took Game 1 behind the unlikely trio of Yasiel Puig, Chris Taylor, and Charlie Culberson.
How does the best pitcher of this era stack up against the greats from the previous three decades?
Vin Scully is retired, but the Dodgers have Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager, and all kinds of PECOTA love.
This list of pitchers is so big. It’s huge. Frankly, it’s the biggest list to ever come up in this great country.
PECOTA helps pick the best player in baseball for every age, from Julio Urias to Bartolo Colon and all the superstars in between.
What happens to Clayton Kershaw’s shaky playoff reputation if we give him the benefit of the doubt (and better bullpen support)?
Allowing baserunners is a bad thing, and pitchers were consistently getting better at it. Until last year, that is.
Play without an ace at your own risk.
It’s the good stuff. Not like those imitation AL pitchers.
Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen shut down the Cubs, tying the NLCS at 1-1 heading to Los Angeles.
Modern bullpen usage be damned, Dave Roberts was determined to use his best pitchers in Game 5 and the Dodgers are moving on.
The best of the best shows why he’s the best, the continued excellence of Rick Porcello, and more.
On the pitches the best pitcher in baseball has thrown, by one way of measuring it, the worst–and why they didn’t hurt him.
The battle between two of the National League’s best pitchers lived up to expectations.
Saying goodnight to Kershaw Day.