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Will Clayton Kershaw and other players reach a deal with the Dodgers?

Clayton Kershaw looking for max deal
Dodgers.com

The Los Angeles Dodgers and two time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw failed to come to a contract agreement, and now Kershaw has filed for salary arbitration.

Kersahw was apart of 146 players that filed for arbitration that include 2013 AL Cy Young winner Max Scherzer, Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price, Arizona's Mark Trumbo to name a few.

In the last season of his current deal, the 25 year old Kershaw could command big money as a salary arbitration-eligible player. He made $11 million last season, has three straight ERA titles to go along with his two Cy Young awards, and helped his team achieve winning the NL West division.

Dodger closer Kenley Jansen and catcher A.J. Ellis also filed for arbitration, have a strong cases going forth.

Kershaw, Jansen, and Ellis will have an opportunities along with other players to swap proposed salaries with the team on Friday. If deals aren't reach, then hearings will be scheduled in February in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The Dodgers are currently in the process of working out a max deal, that would keep their ace in Los Angeles for several years and financially compensated.