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Clayton Kershaw throws second career no-hitter... in simulated game

He’s done it... again!

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Colorado Rockies v Los Angeles Dodgers Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images

In case you haven’t been following along, Out of the Park Baseball is simulating the entire MLB season. Through May 14, the Dodgers own a 30-12 record, which is the best record in all of baseball. They’re currently 6.5 games ahead of the Rockies. It sounds like a pretty accurate game to me.

In addition to accurate results, the gameplay seems pretty spot on with what can happen in real life as well. Yesterday, in a simulated game between the Dodgers and Phillies, something very realistic happened. Something I’m sure a lot of Dodgers fans were hoping to see in person this season.

Clayton Kershaw threw a no-hitter, marking the “second” of his career.

According to the simulation, Kershaw threw nine scoreless innings on the road while failing to allow a single hit. He struck out seven and walked two, so it wasn’t quite as dominant as his first no-hitter when he walked none and struck out 15.

Through the simulated season, Kershaw moves to 3-0, though he’s started nine games. He owns a 2.83 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 6.50 SO/BB ratio.


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