Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw improved while practising catch before Sunday's.
Game against the Kansas City Royals, but Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts is unsure if he will start.
Roberts said Kershaw might start Monday against Pittsburgh, put his start back a few of days, or perhaps go on the.
Injured list with shoulder stiffness he first noticed last week against Colorado. “I just don’t want to say right now,” Roberts said after seeing Kershaw in the.
Kauffman Stadium outfield. “He didn’t spin the ball or throw a bullpen, but there was progress. Felt better. Thus encouraging.”
Kershaw pitched a no-hitter into the sixth inning against the Rockies on Tuesday.
Exiting after 79 pitches with a 5-0 win. After a test on Wednesday, the 35-year-old left-hander was.
Given an injection to reduce inflammation. Roberts called Saturday's catch "just OK" and Kershaw didn't talk to reporters Sunday.