It's almost September and Clayton Kershaw loaded the bases for the first time all season.
Of course, nobody scored.
Kershaw (16-3) allowed six hits, retiring 12 of the final 13 batters he faced, seven by strikeout, to improve to 13-1 in his last 16 starts.
The left-handed ace struck out 10 and walked two.
Kershaw was unaware he hadn't faced a bases-loaded situation all year.
"I blew that streak I guess," he said.
His teammates didn't know about it either.
"A pretty shocking stat," Scott Van Slyke said, "but not really."
Manager Don Mattingly called it a surprising fact, then added "but nothing surprises me about him anymore."
Kershaw leads the majors in wins despite spending five weeks on the disabled list.
"Wins are a team thing," he said.
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