Recently, Los Angeles Dodgers’ president and part-owner Stan Kasten talked to his players and asked for them to do their best to move on from the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. Manager Dave Roberts shared the same sentiment.
Therefore as one might expect, one of the heart and soul leaders of the clubhouse in Clayton Kershaw followed suit in trying to do that. Of course, he already called out Houston owner Jim Crane and that was probably enough to get his point across. Still, there may be no one better at dusting themselves off and moving forward than Kershaw.
Clayton Kershaw to Dodgers: Use anger over cheating Astros as fuel.
— AP Sports (@AP_Sports) February 19, 2020
His first quote echoes a lot of positivity and wisdom. Furthermore, we can probably all learn from Kershaw a little bit. It’s alright to be frustrated and angry, but remain romantic about baseball.
“This type of thing has never happened before, and people are upset by it. People feel cheated, and rightfully so. The only thing I will say now is we’ve got a great season coming up. Everybody is really excited about baseball. Baseball is in a great…