Dodgers Could Make Clayton Kershaw Baseball's First $30-Million-a-Year Pitcher

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Dodgers Could Make Clayton Kershaw Baseball's First $30-Million-a-Year Pitcher
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With Zack Greinke set to draw an average salary of $24.5 million over the next six years, some baseball executives and agents are wondering whether Clayton Kershaw could become the first pitcher to earn $30 million a year.

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