The Dodgers are in a tight playoff race and have already lost veteran Ted Lilly and Chad Billingsley to injury. The news gets worse as they may have to continue their push without their ace as well. Kershaw has been shut down indefinitely after his problematic hip once again forced him to miss a start. The reigning NL Cy Young winner pitched Tuesday after hip inflammation delayed a start by two days. Kershaw pitched extremely well, lasting seven innings allowing one unearned run on three hits in a close loss to Arizona. However the days following the start did not go as planned as a bullpen session was canceled and all activity was stopped after the inflammation persisted. He missed his start Sunday and will now travel to visit with a hip specialist to determine a course of treatment.
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