Clayton Kershaw improved to 17-3 after allowing one run on three hits and two walks with eight strikeouts over eight innings of work in a win against the Nationals on Tuesday night.
Par for the course. It's looking like Kershaw might be the first pitcher in major league history to lead the MLB in ERA four consecutive seasons in a row. He's Giancarlo Stanton's lone challenger for the NL-MVP crown.
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