Considered among the best pitchers of his generation, Clayton Kershaw has been nothing short of dominant throughout his career. Over his first 10 years as the ace of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Kershaw has been a seven-time All-Star, NL MVP, and a three-time Cy Young Award winner. He won the pitcher's “triple crown” in 2011 for leading the league in wins, strikeouts and ERA. He also pitched a no-hitter in 2014. Drafted 7th overall in the 2006 MLB draft, he has also added a Gold Glove Award to his resume and has led the National League in wins three-times, ERA five-times and strikeouts three-times. Despite all of those accomplishments, there is still a lot of baseball left for Kershaw.