Kershaw Struck Out 4 In His First Outing With Dodgers

Ace Clayton Kershaw struck out four without allowing hits in his spring training debut on Friday, the first step to possibly be the starter of the season’s opening day with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Kershaw faced a lineup of the Brewers Milwaukee with five possible headlines, including Brock Holt and Keston Hiura as the first two. Kershaw struck out both with three pitches in the first inning. After conceding two bases per ball and striking out the last batter he faced, Kershaw completed his performance with a 1-0 lead after 1 2/3 innings. The Brewers came back to be victorious. ”It was incredible. Maybe I failed with a location, but I felt the ball was coming out, I felt it was going well, ”said Kershaw. “Now it’s a matter of knowing how to throw strikes, but outside of that it was a good first step.” Kershaw, who turns 32 on March 19, was 16-5 with a 3.03 ERA last season. He threw 178 1/3 innings, the most since 2015. He missed the start of the previous season due to a shoulder ailment that caused him to be absent during almost all spring training. His streak of eight inaugural games came to an end.RAYS 8, NATIONAL 1Strasburg, the Most Valuable Player of the World Series, who re-signed with Washington for $ 245 million and seven years, allowed seven runs, three hits and one base per ball in 1 1/3 of tickets, in his first start as a starter. He struck out three.FILIS 6, BRAVOS (SS) 5Bryce Harper played his second game and hit a three-run double, his first unstoppable. Jean Segura towed Harper with a single and Phil Gosselin added one base per ball with the bases full in a fifth inning of five races. ASTROS 6, MARLINS 4 Zack Greinke allowed a dirty run in his first appearance, throwing 22 of 28 strikes in two tickets.MELLIZOS 4, RED STOCKINGS 1J.D. Martinez hit a solo home run and a triple, his first hits with Boston. Puerto Rican Eddie Rosario added a double of two runs. METS 3, CARDINALS 2 After a cardiologist allowed him to play, Brandon Nimmo of the Mets played as a center fielder and went 2-1 with a run scored. YANQUIS 5, BRAVOS ( SS) 3 Dominican Deivi García, the best prospective pitcher in New York, struck out three in two innings and allowed two runs, both from a home run by Panamanian Johan Camargo.ORIOLES 11, PIRATES 4Richie Martin went 4-3 with a triple and double, with four races driven.AZULEJOS 5, TIGRES 4The Dominican Teoscar Hernández hit a double of two races and towed three races. His compatriot Vladimir Guerrero Jr. added a career with a single. Iván Nova also allowed three runs and four hits in two innings for Detroit. MARINEROS 6, DIAMONDBACKS 2 The Venezuelan Eduardo Escobar connected a single and a sacrifice fly to produce the two Arizona races. WHITE MEDIA 8, INDIOS 3 The Dominican Nomar Mazara He hit a single and scored a run for Chicago. Dominican Franmil Reyes shot a solo homer for Cleveland, his second this spring.ANGELINOS 7, RANGERS 2Shohei Ohtani spliced ​​a single tug for his first pre-season hit with Los Angeles.RED 10, ATHLETICS 1Anthony DeSclafani threw two perfect innings in his first exit with Cincinnati. GIGANTES (SS) 3, REAL 1Buster Posey shot two hits and scored a run for San Francisco.