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Rare 10-Year Anniversary Clayton Kershaw Bobblehead Hits Market Honoring Iconic Dodgers No-Hitter

June 18, 2014 is a very special day in Dodgers history. Clayton Kershaw stepped up to the mound for a regular season game against the Colorado Rockies and threw the first and only no-hitter of his career.

Kershaw was dealing the entire night and struck out 15 of Colorado’s batters, which still remains an MLB record for a game without allowing a hit or walk. Fast-forward 10 years later and the 36-year-old ace is still on the Dodgers and currently working his way back from an offseason shoulder surgery.

Read more: Clayton Kershaw’s First Rehab Start Date Set

Even though Kershaw isn’t taking the mound on Tuesday night, it feels pretty poetic that the Dodgers faced off against the Rockies yet again. All over social media, fans paid their respects to him for a legendary performance and even recalled where they were when it all went down.

Re-signing Kershaw just felt right for the Dodgers after spending historic amounts of money adding Shohei Ohtani, Yoshinobu Yamamoto, and Tyler Glasnow to bolster their rotation after a disappointing end to their 2023 season. We don’t know for certain how many more years we’ll be able to watch Kershaw play, but fans know they have to cherish it.

Therefore, FOCO has honored Kershaw in the best way possible by releasing their new ‘Clayton Kershaw Los Angeles Dodgers No Hitter Bobblehead.’ Kershaw is captured here hitting the signature pose as he celebrates one of the greatest achievements of his career.

You can purchase yours now here:

Photo Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

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Noel Sanchez

Noel has a deep passion for sports and content creation. He is a huge fan of all Los Angeles teams and is currently pursuing a B.A. in Multi-Media Journalism at Cal Poly Pomona.

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  1. I happened to be at Chavez when CK was called up to pitch his first game in the majors. Then then next year they moved from Vero to Camelback, and living in Phoenix I got season tickets. So I got to see his early days up close, and have followed his career closely. It was such a pleasure. I am glad he has a chance to come back from that last game. I expect more good things.

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