2-Time Cy Young Winner Kershaw Could Pitch In Chattanooga This Week

Monday, April 28, 2014
Clayton Kershaw
Clayton Kershaw
- photo by Tim Evearitt

Two-time Cy Young Winner Clayton Kershaw could pitch in Chattanooga this week, according to several reports.

LA Dodger manager Don Mattingly wants Kershaw to make one more rehab start while he continues to recover from back inflammation.

Chattanooga reportedly is the most likely locale for the tune up.

The Lookouts open a home series with Tennessee on Wednesday at AT&T Field.



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