‘Wednesday’s Word Association’ – When I Hear The Name “Clayton Kershaw”, I Think Of…

‘Wednesday’s Word Association’ – When I The Name Hear “Clayton Kershaw”, I Think Of…

From dictionary.com:

Word Association, Noun.  

Definition – the connection and production of other words in response to a given word, done spontaneously as a game, creative technique, or in a psychiatric evaluation.

Ex: Dog –> Bark

‘Wednesday’s Word Association’ – When I Hear The Name “Clayton Kershaw”, I Think Of…

LOADED

money

With the new contract that Clayton Kershaw signed with the Dodgers last week, he is now being paid comparably to what his skill level is.  And they are both LOADED.

Kershaw is by far the best pitcher in the game over the last 4 seasons, and he has shown little to no signs of slowing down.  His output is on par with the best in the game’s history at his age, and now it is time to take his team to the next level.  It is ‘LA OR BUST’ for the Dodgers and their hopes for a World Series title – and it will be Clayton Kershaw that ensures their success.

Kershaw photo

Enough said.

And now, When You Hear The Name “Clayton Kershaw”, You Think Of…

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8 responses to “‘Wednesday’s Word Association’ – When I Hear The Name “Clayton Kershaw”, I Think Of…

  1. I think of money. Not because of his contract, but he’s always on the money when he pitches. He’s clearly the #1 pitcher in the NL and possibly all of baseball.

  2. Money because of his contract and on field performance.

  3. King. As in the new King of LA. Him and Zack Greinke are the best lefty/righty combination in Baseball

  4. I think “next” as in the next pitcher to win 300 games, unless Verlander beats him to it. I can’t forsee anyone outside of those two who have enough of a track record having the mechanics and sustainability to achieve such a feat.

    • Charley- I like the word ‘Next’. Nice job!

      As for 300, I think CC Sabathia has a very strong shot. He has 205 as he heads into the 2014 season, and he is just 32 years old. And he has lost a lot of weight recently which should help his leg strength and stamina. Now, he just needs consistent run support.

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