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Dodgers News: Where Will Clayton Kershaw Play Next Season, if At All?

With a lot of the Dodgers’ main core locked up, there aren’t too many question marks about what next season’s roster will look like. There’s the impending free agency of Trea Turner, and the unknowns about the outfield, but those may end up remaining pretty stagnant.

So, the biggest question mark revolves around the team’s longest tenured player.

Clayton Kershaw will be entering another offseason of uncertainty — that’ll most definitely be the case for the remainder of his career.

Like last year, the main question will be whether Kershaw returns for another year or not.

And if he does, will it be with the Dodgers, or with his hometown Texas Rangers?

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Fans took to Twitter to answer that important question.

The Dodgers will obviously welcome him back if he decides he wants to return. But it’ll be interesting to see how much this postseason makes an impact on that decision.

Do you think Kershaw will return for his 16th season? And if so, where do you think he’ll be playing? Let us know in the comments below!

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Noah Camras

Noah is an Editor for Dodgers Nation. He graduated from USC in 2022 with a B.A. in Journalism and minor in Sports Media Studies. He's been a Dodger fan his whole life, and his all-time favorite Dodgers are Matt Kemp and Russell Martin.


  1. He will be back in LA. He has the 200 win as a Dodger goal. Plus he is closing in on 3000 K’s. The K’s would take another season. Plus he could pass Don Drysdale’s 209 win total.

  2. Clayton is a Dodger, we CANNOT see him wearing another uniform. Why would he sign with a team that is not a playoff team?

  3. If he stays, he is the greatest Dodger of all time. All the money in Texas can’t buy that. He would be crazy to leave. A whole career with one team, that does not happen any more. Remember Don Sutton.

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