Listen: Clayton Kershaw, Colo And Jock Peterson discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Fun to watch. And and he comes back in last night makes the media wait for seventy minutes before showing up at his press conference. And again sure enough homers off of Kershaw. I mean, he did have some he does have a flair for the big. He does a flair for the big this guy. On on Jackie Robinson night. In Dodger Stadium. That's the way. It starts to run shot up Clayton Kershaw, and then Kershaw kept the reds off the board. Seven innings five. It's two hundred and fifty four th career start of seven or more innings and no more than two earned runs allowed that tie. Sandy colfax. In that department of heard of him. And then jock Peterson's walk off home run. I dodge is walk off from versus the red since two thousand thirteen last guy to do it y'all CEO point. God. I love baseball stats. Pretty and then and then there's this one that one was to break up tugging. I just walk off home run went trailing versus the reds. Since nineteen Ninety-three when Eric Karros took rob Dibble yard. Took dibs yard. He was he was on the DP show forever. They were Colo's. Well, I mean sort of. Kind of you. I would call co host. But he was there a DP every day. Nasty boy, rob Dibble. Good stuff right there. And then they and then the clippers do what they did last night jock. Peterson goes yard right there. Also, everyone was freaking out because Bellinger took a liner office in knee how to leave the game. But apparently, he's ok. He's"