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Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw excited to be All-Star replacement

Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw excited to be All-Star replacement

As the Dodgers clubhouse started to empty Sunday afternoon, two bags sat in front of Clayton Kershaw's locker. One was for the team's 10-game trip that would start in five days. The other was for Kershaw's upcoming visit to Cincinnati, the site of baseball's All-Star game. Before the Dodgers' 4-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers, Kershaw was named to the National League roster as a replacement for Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals. Scherzer pitched Sunday, which made him unavailable for the All-Star game Tuesday. Kershaw looked and sounded excited. "I said it before: I have no pride in how I get there," Kershaw said. "You get to go...

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