Legacy may seem a premature thing to discuss when talking about someone still five months shy of his 30th birthday. Norms need not apply, however, to a once-in-a-generation type pitcher. Over 10 seasons, Clayton Kershaw has already built the sort of resume that will one day make him a shoo-in for election into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
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World Series Media Day has wrapped up at Dodger Stadium ahead of Game 1 on Tuesday night, with first pitch set for 8 p.m. ET on FOX. MLB.com was on the scene for wall-to-wall coverage of all the proceedings.
Check out the Dodgers Shop and get suited up for the Fall Classic in official National League champions and World Series T-shirts, hoodies, caps and more.
This is a Fall Classic that keeps it 100. The Century Series is upon us. The Astros and Dodgers are staying true to the status of having reached the century mark in the win column and are perfectly punctuating a 2017 season in which their elite status was never in doubt.
Corey Seager and Justin Turner, the All-Star left side of the Dodgers' infield, are banged up but expected to be active for Tuesday night's Game 1 of the World Series presented by YouTube TV at Dodger Stadium.
The Astros and Dodgers have shown dominance at home during the regular season and the early rounds of the postseason. Will that trend continue in the World Series presented by YouTube TV?
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw talks about starting Game 1 of the World Series against the Astros.
Some of the Astros and Dodgers best film/TV moments
As the 2017 regular season started to hit the homestretch, it became very clear the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers were postseason bound. On July 31, the Astros had a 16-game lead in the American League West, while the Dodgers had a comfortable cushion of 14 games in the National League West.
Tune in to the Morning Lineup podcast daily during the World Series for insight and analysis from MLB.com's Richard Justice and Anthony Castrovince.
What are your crazy World Series predictions?
Every person involved with both the Dodgers and Astros has something at stake during this World Series, but here are 10 who stand out among the rest.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts discusses facing the Astros in the World Series.
Statcast has tracked every pitch, swing, run and throw by the Astros and Dodgers this season. With that in mind, are the five Statcast facts you should know heading into the 2017 World Series.
Vote for Yasiel Puig (Personality of the Year, Best Player-Fan Interaction) and for a fellow Dodgers supporter for Best Fan Catch in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.
Major League Baseball announced Gerry Davis, Phil Cuzzi, Laz Diaz, Dan Iassogna, Bill Miller, Paul Nauert and Mark Wegner as the umpires for the 2017 World Series presented by YouTube TV. Davis will serve as the crew chief for the Fall Classic.
Beautiful matchup this time, one that starts, fittingly, in the most beautiful baseball setting in this world. A classic ballpark welcomes back the Fall Classic.
Who do the Dodgers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for LA's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
The World Series will feature two 100-win teams for the first time since 1970, but do the Dodgers or the Astros have the edge? Let's break it down position by position.
Here is everything you need to know about the Dodgers, who are searching for their first World Series title since 1988.
The Dodgers' confidence heading into the Fall Classic hasn't wavered one day after finding out they'll be facing the Astros.
With the 2017 World Series presented by YouTube TV set to begin in two days, the Dodgers announced their Games 2 and 3 starting pitchers on Sunday.
The Baseball Hall of Fame announced its finalists for the 2018 Ford C. Frick Award on Monday, with eight announcers in contention for one of the highest honors in baseball broadcasting.
L.A. vs. Houston: Which World Series city is better?
Since 2006, the Dodgers have had four managers and eight hitting coaches, but only one pitching coach -- Rick Honeycutt.
The Dodgers love to talk about matchups, and they use analytics to their advantage as well as any Major League club. It's one of the reasons why they've reached the Fall Classic.
A lot can change in five years. Just look at the two teams who will clash on Tuesday night in Los Angeles, in Game 1 of the World Series presented by YouTube TV.
In one way, at least, this World Series is unique in baseball history: We have never had a matchup of two teams that were once division rivals. This is only possible, of course, because the Astros are one of two teams -- along with the Milwaukee Brewers -- to switch leagues. The Astros were in the National League until 2013. They are the only team in baseball history to have won American and National League pennants.
For those of you who don't regularly watch the weather, the forecast for Tuesday's Game 1 of the World Series presented by YouTube TV calls for temperatures approaching 100 degrees. In other words, prepare for a scorcher, both literally and figuratively. And here are 10 of the many reasons this World Series will be red hot.
The Dodgers have had their eye on the prize since Day One of Spring Training and the outcome of Saturday night's American League Championship Series finale, won by the Houston Astros, didn't change a thing.