The Los Angeles Dodgers have been landing, well, just about every star free agent this offseason.
Right-handed pitcher Walker Buehler would like them to sign another.
When Dodgers Nation posted a graphic Saturday about The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal’s report that the Texas Rangers are pursuing Dodgers legend Clayton Kershaw in free agency, Buehler sounded off in the comments.
— Walker Buehler (@buehlersdayoff) December 23, 2023
Kershaw is an unrestricted free agent after spending the last 16 seasons with the Dodgers. The 35-year-old underwent shoulder surgery in November but has publicly stated he plans to pitch in 2024.
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Kershaw and Buehler have been teammates in Los Angeles since the latter debuted in 2017.
If Kershaw signs with the Dodgers, he would return to a rotation already featuring Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Tyler Glasnow, Buehler and youngsters Bobby Miller and Emmet Sheehan.