By By Steven Wine Going into the All-Star break, Kershaw suggested the Dodgers’ surge might not be a surge at all, but a sustainable pace.
The NL West leaders start a two-game series against the White Sox in Chicago on Tuesday with a nine-game winning streak and the majors’ best record, 64-29 (.688).
If the Dodgers play .879 ball the rest of the year, they would finish with 125 wins.
“Clayton’s quote about, ‘Are we on a hot streak, or is this just who we are?’ — I never really thought about it that way, but I’m starting to think maybe this is just who we are,” [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate Sports