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Clayton Kershaw signs 7-year contract worth $215 million

Clayton Kershaw would have been eligible for free agency after the 2014 season, but instead agreed to a seven-year contract extension with the Dodgers worth a reported $215 million, the largest contract ever signed by a pitcher.

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Clayton Kershaw & the Very Serious Men

Is Clayton Kershaw's massive extension an example of big market spending gone mad, or is it just the system working as intended?

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Hershiser & Kershaw, 25 years apart

The more baseball changes, the more it stays the same.

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Hanley on Kershaw's extension

The Dodgers have already extended manager Don Mattingly and ace Clayton Kershaw. Is shortstop Hanley Ramirez, a free agent after 2014, next up?

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Kershaw deal befitting best pitcher in baseball

The Dodgers front office at Dodger Stadium and Clayton Kershaw from his home in Texas on Friday discussed the record contract extension that makes the left-hander the highest-paid pitcher in baseball history.

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Reaction to Kershaw deal quite favorable

Just about everybody weighed in on the contract about to be signed by the Dodgers ace.

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No limit: Dodgers still in on Tanaka

The Dodgers ownership group since taking over in May 2012 has added nearly $1 billion in new salary commitments.

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Kershaw contract details

The Dodgers ace left-hander will make $150 million in the first five seasons of his contract, after which he can become a free agent at age 30.

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Kershaw agrees to 7-year, $215 million deal

The Dodgers have reportedly locked up their ace to the largest contract ever signed by a pitcher.

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Clayton Kershaw & the price of doing business

The Dodgers got one contract extension done already, with manager Don Mattingly. Will they soon have another with ace Clayton Kershaw?

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Kershaw, Jansen, Ellis file for salary arbitration

Three Dodgers took the first step in the salary arbitration process on Tuesday.

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Crowd sourcing: Dodgers salary arbitration

How much will A.J. Ellis, Kenley Jansen and Clayton Kershaw make combined in 2014?

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Olney: Kershaw, Dodgers talked $300 million deal

The Dodgers ace left-hander is in line for a record contract extension that would keep Kershaw in Los Angeles for several years.

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Rosenthal: Kershaw, Dodgers discussed $210m deal

Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported that the Dodgers and their ace starting pitcher were in talks for a seven year contract "in the $210 million range" earlier in the season, though the two sides haven't negotiated in two months.

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Kershaw, Dodgers 'making progress' on record deal

Kershaw, who makes $11 million in 2013, is eligible for free agency after the 2014 season.

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Kershaw, Dodgers reportedly talking contract

Multiple reports have the Dodgers' ace starting pitcher in talks with the team on a contract extension that could make the left-hander the highest paid pitcher in the game.

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Verlander contract sets bar for Kershaw

Given the five-year extension signed by the Tigers' ace, $200 million for the Dodgers' ace doesn't seem out of the question.

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No contract talks yet for Kershaw, Dodgers

The Dodgers' ace is under contract for $11 million in 2013, and has one more season of arbitration eligibility in 2014.

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Felix contract bodes well for Kershaw

The record $175 million contract signed by the Mariners' ace will certainly affect the Dodgers' ace. But will Kershaw be the first to top $200 million?

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