Watching a masterful pitching performance is great. Watching a masterful pitching performance, while listening to Vin Scully calling the game is greater. Clayton Kershaw’s complete game, three-hit, 14-strikeout, shutout against the San Diego Padres marked the third straight game that the left-hander had at least 10 strikeouts in a game. It also dipped his ERA on the year back under 2.00, where it’s been all season long, except for the one start when it spiked following his seven-hit, five-run stinker against the Marlins. Aside from the outlier outing against Miami, Kershaw has allowed two runs or fewer in every start he’s made this year, and is averaging 9 strikeouts per start.