Would Clayton Kershaw and Dodgers really split? Unimaginable but understandable

Clayton Kershaw recently had his left shoulder operated on last month following a game against the San Francisco Giants on Sept. 23. The left-handed pitcher was with the Los Angeles Dodgers for 16 seasons and the surgery was his first of his career. Some find the idea of Kershaw and the Dodgers parting ways unsettling. Consider the Winter of possibly uncomfortable yet inevitable transition. Kershaw is a free agent and faces months of recovery time. With a strong desire to finish his career at home, especially with the hometown Texas Rangers, Kershaw may leave the Dodgers. The Dodgers, on the other hand, hold no ill will towards Kershaw. They have a history of mutual respect and admiration for all that Kershaw has done for the franchise. The public’s opinion is divided on whether the Dodgers should work to keep Kershaw or whether Kershaw should remain with the Dodgers for the rest of his life. However, an amicable separation should see no public backlash, and Kershaw and the Dodgers have the right to make that mutual decision with dignity. They will have to conduct this monumental move with grace and self-respect. This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times. You can sign up for more Dodgers updates with Dodgers Dugout, delivered at the start of each series.


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