Clayton Kershaw has played all 11 of his MLB seasons with the Dodgers.
Starter Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a three-year contract extension, the club announced Friday.
The deal is reportedly worth $93 million with incentives, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
The seven-time All-Star had two years and $65 million left on his contract. Rosenthal reported Thursday night that Kershaw and the Dodgers were discussing adding a third year to his deal.
Kershaw breakdown: $31M in 2019, ‘20 and ‘21, plus $1M each for 24 starts, 26 starts, 28 starts, 30 starts. Also gets $1.5M for Cy Young, $500K for second- or third-place finish.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 2, 2018
Kershaw, 30, has been with the Dodgers for the entirety of his 11-year career. He signed a seven-year, $215 million deal in 2013 with the option to become a free agent after five years.
A back injury this season prevented the three-time Cy Young Award winner from continuing his streak of consecutive All-Star appearances, but he still posted a 2.73 ERA over 161 1/3 innings in 26 starts.
For his career, Kershaw has a 2.39 ERA and a 153-69 record.