After seeing outfielder Yasiel Puig lose out on the winning the final roster spot on the National League All-Star roster, the Los Angeles Dodgers will only be sending one player to the Midsummer Classic. That player, Clayton Kershaw, is arguably the best left-handed starter in baseball and is no stranger to the All-Star Game.
With his appearance this season, Kershaw will have played in three-straight All-Star Games. He has never been awarded the MVP award for the game, however, so even his best performance would not have been enough to crack this countdown of the top All-Star Game performances in Dodgers' history.
There have been four different Dodgers (five awards) in MLB history to be named the MVP of the Midsummer Classic. Maury Wills (1962), Steve Garvey (1974 and 1978), Don Sutton (1977) and Mike Piazza (1996) all had outstanding performances that warranted the award.
Garvey has the honor of being named MVP twice, but, while that gives him better odds to be No. 1 on this list, it doesn't necessarily mean he'll hold down the top spot.