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Video: Dodgers' Kershaw Throws Baseballs at Jimmy Kimmel’s Head

The Cy-Young hurler left his “A” game at home, which made what happened that much better

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    NEWSLETTERS

    A baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants this weekend..which hardly anyone will see..in the middle of a pennant race...all because of a broadcasting dispute between Time Warner Cable and the resst of the television universe.Los Angeles Times Reporter Joe Flint sorts out the business mess that has caused heartache to thousand of baseball lovers. (Published Friday, Jul 25, 2014)

    Okay, so the baseballs Clayton Kershaw tossed were only the cushiony type used in t-ball but it was still Clayton Kershaw throwing them from 10 feet away. It’s like a muffin being shot out of a cannon, it could get ugly.

    And, it got ugly, right on Jimmy Kimmel’s face:

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    [LA] NewsConference EXTRA, What's up with Time Warner and the LA Dodgers
    A baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants this weekend..which hardly anyone will see..in the middle of a pennant race...all because of a broadcasting dispute between Time Warner Cable and the resst of the television universe.Los Angeles Times Reporter Joe Flint sorts out the business mess that has caused heartache to thousand of baseball lovers. (Published Friday, Jul 25, 2014)

     

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    Technically, Kershaw did knock the apple off Kimmel’s dome. And, just like he does on the mound, the lefty got the job done while making the other guy suffer in the process.
     

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