ARLINGTON, Texas – Clayton Kershaw will start Game 4 of the National League Champions League, confirmed Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts after his team made 15-3 to the Atlanta Braves in game 3 on Wednesday.
Kershaw suffered seizures during Saturday’s bullfight and was scratched by the originally scheduled start of Game 2 on Tuesday, but Roberts said he was making steady progress every day.
The Dodgers would initially wait for their medical department to evaluate Kershaw for the last time on Thursday morning, but Roberts was comfortable enough to make the announcement after Wednesday̵
Kershaw, who will fight right-winger Bryz Wilson, threw what Roberts described as a “rather aggressive” bullfight on Tuesday afternoon before Tony Gonsolin took the lead as he started in his place.
Now Kershaw will take the ball with their Dodgers down 2-1 in this best of the seven NLCS.