Have Questions or Comments?
Leave us some feedback and we'll reply back!

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Phone Number)

    In Reference to

    Your Message

    Getting to Know LA Dodgers Star Pitcher Clayton Kershaw

    Full Name: Clayton Edward Kershaw

    Born: Dallas, Texas on March 19, 1988

    Height & Weight: 6-3, 215

    Nickname: Kersh or the Claw

    Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy playing Ping Pong

    Player you would pay to watch today: Pujols, Jeter, A Rod and Lincecum

    Favorite thing to do on an off day: My off-days are pretty different every day. Some days I’m on the golf course. I play football with some of my buddies and try to be active during the day. Other times, I walk around the city I am playing in at the moment

    Favorite Actor: Denzel Washington

    Favorite Foods: Pizza & Mexican food

    Favorite City To Visit: San Diego, beautiful clean city

    Thing about me that most don’t know: I am the great-nephew of the discoverer of Pluto, astronomer Clyde Tombaugh.

    Influences: My family and friends who helped me get to the point I am at today.

    What is the oddest thing anyone has asked you to sign: Tennis shoes. I went to a school in L.A. many years ago, and one kid decided that, because he didn’t have anything to sign, I should sign his shoe.

    Favorite Ballpark: Dodger Stadium, my home park

    Favorite Non Baseball Sports Team: Dallas Cowboys What do you think is your greatest strength and your weakness: I’m a very competitive person. I hate to lose, and I guess that could be strength and a weakness. When things start going badly and things start going my way, I try to keep going hard as opposed to taking things easy.

    Toughest Hitter Ever Faced: Has to be Albert Pujols when he was on the Cardinals. He was the best hitter in the game. There’s not one place to pitch him. You get him one way, and the next time, he’ll hit a home run off of you.

    First Job: I’ve always been a baseball player.

    Athletes I enjoy following in other sports over the years: In football it was Adrian Peterson and in basketball, Kobe, Lebron and Durant.

    Most Embarrassing Professional Moment: My first game in the big leagues, I went out for the anthem wearing the wrong jersey. I mistakenly put on teammate Jason Schmidt’s jersey.

    Biggest Thrill to Date as an Athlete: Pitching in the World Series for the LA Dodgers!