— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 7, 2013
Yes please. This. Just read the tweet above. nothing elese needed to say. Clayton Kershaw guys. He says he is ready to go on three days rest. If Kershaw says he’s ready, then he’s ready. The question is, with short rest, how long do the Dodgers let him go tonight? This is kind of a hot debate right now. The Dodgers obviously don’t trust Nolasco, and I don’t blame them. This is a risk, but Mattingly has proven to be a guy who’s willing to roll the dice. In the end, I trust Kershaw. If he says he’s ready, he is. He’s a warrior. If anything happens we still have Greinke on short rest for game five, but this is all about not having to go back to Atlanta. Let’s end this tonight. Welcome to Bluetober.
So long chop. Say goodnight tomahawk.