Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will replace the Nationals' Max Scherzer on the NL All-Star roster.

By SI Wire
July 12, 2015

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will replace the Nationals' Max Scherzer on the NL All-Star roster.

The Dodgers announced the news Sunday. Scherzer pitched for Washington on Sunday against Baltimore, which ruled him out for Tuesday's game.

Kershaw was a nominee in the NL roster's Final Vote competition, which was won by Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez. Due to injury replacements, Martinez and AL winner Mike Moustakas of the Royals have now been joined by four of the eight other Final Vote nominees on the roster.

Kershaw, 27 and a three-time Cy Young award-winner, is 6-6 with a 2.85 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 160 strikeouts in 123 innings for the Dodgers this season.

Jeremy Woo

 

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