For his finale Clayton Kershaw might have just shut the door on the 2013 National League Cy Young Award.

In his final appearance of the regular season before pitching the playoff opener Kershaw was again dominant Friday in the Dodgers’ way-too-easy 11-0 victory over the Colorado Rockies before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 52367.

Kershaw threw six scoreless innings before exiting the game and the season with a baseball-best 1.83 earned-run average. That goes along with his 16-9 record and National League-best 232 strikeouts. It’s the third consecutive season he’s had the lowest ERA in the major leagues. He also leads the majors in WHIP -- walks and hits allowed per innings pitched -- at 0.92.

Those numbers are likely to earn Kershaw his second Cy Young Award. He won his first in 2011 and came in second in the voting last season.

Kershaw 25 is the first pitcher to lead the majors in ERA three consecutive seasons since Greg Maddux (1993-95).

Friday's game was no contest against a Rockies team that to be honest did not look all that interested. In his six innings Kershaw struck out eight and did not walk a batter. All four hits he gave up were singles and he picked off one baserunner.