“Physically, I feel great,” Kershaw said. “I don’t have any excuses. I don’t know. I’m searching for answers right now. I know it’s
Kershaw pitched two perfect innings against the
Kershaw, who departed from the game with the Dodgers trailing, 3-0, was charged with five runs in all.
He had no explanation for what happened.
"If I knew, I would have fixed it," he said. "I don't know. Not fun."
Kershaw admitted he was concerned.
"It's what's the off-season's for," he said. "I don't believe you come in to get ready. You're supposed to be ready to go every time you pitch. I don't know. Hopefully, we'll figure it out here pretty quick."
Kershaw gave up three runs and five hits in two innings in his previous start.
He said he hasn't felt right the entire spring, even in bullpen sessions.