Game one of the Dodgers playoff series against the Atlanta Braves kicked off with a bang Thursday night!
The Dodgers prevailed over the Braves 6-1, clinching game one of the NL division series and proving they’re in it to win it.
By far the standout of the night was Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw, who pitched one of the best games of his career, letting only one run in.
According to CBS LA, “Kershaw struck out 12 during seven dominant innings,” which is the most by a Dodgers pitcher in a postseason game since Sandy Koufax in the 1963 World Series.
Watch the highlight reel of all 12 strikeouts by Kershaw. Game two of the NL series is today at 3 p.m. Go Dodgers!