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Kershaw eyes improved changeup, Chavez Ravine

Lansing, MI-- In 2006, the Los Angeles Dodgers' farm system was rated as the top organization in the Major Leagues. Prospects Chad Billingsley and Andy LaRoche were the top two names in that year's class, and have both reached the bigs. This year another name has vaulted the Dodgers back to the premier level.

Texas native Clayton Kershaw has taken the Midwest League by storm by carrying a 4-2 record with a 2.79 ERA entering this week's games. Kershaw is a tall (6-foot-3) left-handed phenom that boasts a power fastball that sits between 93-95, and touches 97 MPH. His curveball has a sharp break that starts at the letters, and sweeps down and away from left-handed batters. Currently at Low-A Great...

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