Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill balking at new 20-second pitch clock

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Kershaw said players are in favor of moving the game along, but he’s not convinced a pitch clock will help. “The commissioner’s office wants pace of play, but the game has changed so much that there’s so many swings and misses, there’s so many strikeouts, there’s so many home runs, there’s so many fill-in-the-blank. It’s like almost two steps forward, one step back type situation,” Kershaw said. “So I’d be interested to see if the game clock actually makes a difference.”



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