Clayton Kershaw To Retire??: Future Hall Of Famer Reveals What The Future Holds For Him

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is a legendary ace who is destined for the Hall of Fame whether he throws another pitch or not.

He had another impressive regular season, only to fail miserably in the postseason – Something that has become a reoccurring theme during the course of his career.

Now at a crossroads in his storied career, the 35-year-old has a decision to make on his future. 

Following the Dodgers shocking sweep at the hands of the 84-78 Arizona Diamondbacks, Kershaw was asked if he plans to keep on pitching.

“I don’t know how to answer that right now,” he said.

The sting of his nightmare performance in Game 1 of the NLDS still lingers, as it should. 

He endured a torrid outing, conceding six runs to the Diamondbacks and managing to record only a single out before being removed from the game.

Unfortunately, it was the latest in a string of playoff missteps by Kershaw, whose postseason statistics have yet to match the brilliance he consistently displays during the regular season.

Unfortunately for Kershaw, his postseason letdowns are a permanent part of his legacy…

Should Kershaw retire or keep on pitching?

Where do you rank him among the best pitchers of this generation?