Easily offended readers take note, because this isn't going to go well for everyone.
I already know I should probably apologize before applying a sense of humor while mentioning Kershaw the kid, wives and Jesus.
But if he wants to be accepted for who he is, and I'm talking Clayton Kershaw here, then being me, I'm going to want to know why anyone should read a book written by a blessed 24-year-old kid who really hasn't lived yet?
As it is, I'm thinking a book that begins with a foreword written by A.J. Ellis isn't going to have much of a shelf life, but then that's just me trying to crack funny.
Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw lives his life by the book
Los Angeles Times | Jul 18