Bad timing for Kershaw's worst

Ace lefty says Game 6 loss is on him, but it doesn't help pain of falling short again

Updated: October 19, 2013, 2:53 AM ET
By Mark Saxon | ESPNLosAngeles.com

ST. LOUIS -- The Los Angeles Dodgers went out with their best, who went out with his worst.

Nothing about Friday night's 9-0 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals was particularly stunning other than the sight of the best pitcher in a generation, Clayton Kershaw, turning his head over and over and watching line drives and sharp grounders skid across the outfield grass and bounce into the outfield corners. You could argue it wouldn't have mattered, because the Dodgers didn't score against Michael ...

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