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Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw suffers first loss since May
Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw suffers first loss since May

It took just two swings to give Clayton Kershaw his first loss since May 28 on Saturday. The left-hander pitched a complete game and struck out 11 while allowing just five hits, but also gave up two home runs to the Milwaukee Brewers in a 3-2 loss. The last time Kershaw allowed more than two home runs in a game was April 17, 2013, against the San Diego Padres. This season, Kershaw hasn’t had a month in which he gave up more than two combined home runs. He’s been so dominant that before the game, Dodgers’ manager Don Mattingly said that he considers his ace a candidate for the National League MVP award. For most of Saturday, Kershaw was as good as ever. On his last...

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