Kermit wrote:Got beaned?
No and that's not even a good guess, because as we all should know, the only way a batter could not avoid being hit by Kershaw's cheese, is if he had his cleats super glued to a 4 x 8 sheet of 5/8's inch plywood, in the batter's box.
Finish this sentence.
The first five Padre batters to face Clayton ______________.
Here's another hint:
There were no errors involved, in what the first five batters did when confronted with the "Ace's" cheese.
(Although I must tell you that a well known Dodger catcher, in this game today, allowed two passed balls in a row in the later innings to allow a Padre runner on second to score. Ain't never seen that in the big's in my lifetime ever, but then again it was what I like to call "Vintage" Dodger baseball.)