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Clayton Kershaw sharp again in Dodgers' 5-0 win over Phillies
Clayton Kershaw sharp again in Dodgers' 5-0 win over Phillies

PHILADELPHIA  — While the Dodgers continue to win games at a rate no team has managed since World War II, Clayton Kershaw, the team's ace pitcher, is performing at a level unmatched by any starting pitcher since just after World War I. By holding the Philadelphia Phillies scoreless through eight innings of a 5-0 victory Saturday, the Dodgers' 10th win in a row, the left-hander lowered his career earned-run average to 2.63, the lowest mark by a major league starter with at least 1,000 innings since 1920. He isn't dwelling on the past, though. Instead Kershaw is looking ahead, to October, when he hopes to be making another kind of history in the playoffs. BOX SCORE: Dodgers 5, Phillies 0...

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