Clayton Kershaw is 27, and already it is difficult to find something he has not done in his career.
Most valuable player? Got one. Cy Young? Got three. Best earned-run average in the major leagues? Four years running.
Lead the major leagues in strikeouts? That would be new.
So here he comes, atop that leaderboard after his latest brilliant performance Friday night in a 4-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs that extended the Dodgers' winning streak to four games.
Kershaw tied a season high with 14 strikeouts while giving up one run over eight innings, never going more than three consecutive batters without a strikeout.
"He really set the tone for us,"...