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Clayton Kershaw's scoreless streak ends, but his victories continue
Clayton Kershaw's scoreless streak ends, but his victories continue

The popular song wafted across Dodger Stadium and cut through the early-evening shadows, its words clearing the path for the bearded wonder on the pitching mound. "Tonight — we are young — so let's set the world on fire — we can burn brighter — than the sun." It was all about Clayton Kershaw. He was taking the field Thursday night with a 36-inning scoreless streak, the longest by a Dodgers pitcher in more than a quarter of a century. The stage was set against the outmanned San Diego Padres for the run to continue, for young Kershaw's world to burn even brighter. And it did, with a 2-1 victory, his eighth in his last eight starts, a win that filled Chavez Ravine with the Kobe Bryant-...

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