PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) Clayton Kershaw's spring debut was quick and efficient.
The Los Angeles Dodgers ace retired the Seattle Mariners' first three hitters on 11 pitches on Sunday. He then headed to the bullpen and threw another 15 or so pitches in a simulated inning.
"I felt good. It's good to get back out there," Kershaw said. "I felt better doing this one than I did in bullpens or stuff like that. With the crowd, facing a different team, it helps a little bit. Glad to get back out there. Even though it was just one inning, it felt good to get back out there."