Clayton Kershaw's scoreless inning streak came to an end at 41 innings after he allowed a sixth inning solo-home run to Padres 3B Chase Headley Thursday.

June 13th was the last time CY Kershaw had allowed a run before Headley, who was hitting .200 (10-for-50) without a home run in his career versus Kershaw, brought the streak to an end with just his seventh home run of the season. The 41 consecutive innings without allowing a run is the third longest in Dodgers franchise history.ANALYST: Michael Pichan