GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Dodgers left a trail of dollar signs all the way to their spring training camp at Camelback Ranch this year. But it doesn't seem likely there will be another big expenditure before Opening Day. Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw shook his head in the negative when asked Tuesday if there had been any overtures from the Dodgers to open talks on a contract extension and said he does not want to discuss contract matters once the season starts. That leaves just a little more than a six-week window to negotiate what could be the most lucrative contract ever given to a pitcher.
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