Corey Kluber

#28SP,
W
18
L
4
ERA
2.27
K
262
BB
36
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 215
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Stetson
Birth Place: Birmingham, Alabama
Draft: 2007 4th round by the
  • Kershaw wins 18th game as Grandal powers Dodgers past Giants 3-1
    Los Angeles Times

    Kershaw wins 18th game as Grandal powers Dodgers past Giants 3-1

    As the calendar runs out on the regular season, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts admits he has a lot of decisions to make before the playoffs begin. He faces issues in the bullpen, is unsettled over his roster and may still juggle his postseason rotation. But one thing is already settled: Clayton Kershaw will get the ball in the opener of the division series next week. Not there was ever any question about that. “I mean he’s Kershaw,” catcher Yasmani Grandal said with a shrug. “There’s not much I can tell you that you don’t know. “We all know he’s pretty special. Not many guys get to do what he’s done.” In fact no Dodger pitcher has ever done what Kershaw did Sunday, when he struck out six in eight

  • Fox News

    Royals play final road game in makeup at Yankee Stadium

    NEW YORK -- Aaron Judge is one home run shy of tying the major league rookie record, and he hopes to make history at the same time the New York Yankees clinch home field in the wild-card game. Judge is one homer shy of Mark McGwire's 1987 record of 49 set in 1987. He gets his first chance to tie and possibly break the mark Monday in a makeup game against the Kansas City Royals at Yankee Stadium. New York heads into its final seven games with a 4 1/2-game lead over the Minnesota Twins in the wild-card race, and Judge is among the reasons the Yankees are planning for the postseason. He homered twice Sunday in New York's 9-5 loss at Toronto. After slumping through August with a .185 average (17-for-92),

  • MLB playoff spots up for grabs in the regular season’s final week
    SB Nation

    MLB playoff spots up for grabs in the regular season’s final week

    With seven days remaining in the regular season, we officially know seven of the 10 playoff teams in Major League Baseball. There are still two divisions yet to be clinched, and the Wild Card matchups need to be finalized. That will all happen in the next week, or if we’re lucky maybe a little bit longer. Here is what to pay attention to this week in MLB. Who’s in? The Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals have clinched divisions in the National League, and the Arizona Diamondbacks will host the NL Wild Card Game at Chase Field in Phoenix on Tuesday, Oct. 4, a game that will be televised by TBS. In the American League, the Cleveland Indians and Houston Astros have won the Central and West,