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Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw to serve five-game suspension, will start Sunday in San Francisco

July 26, 2010 |  2:20 pm
Left-hander Clayton Kershaw has dropped his appeal and will begin serving his five-game suspension Tuesday.

Kershaw is now scheduled to next start Sunday in San Francisco.

The suspension is not a huge deal; it simply pushes his next scheduled start back one day.

Kershaw was suspended for hitting Giants center fielder Aaron Rowand with a pitch in that wild July 20 game at Dodger Stadium.

Umpires deemed the pitch intentional and in retaliation for Dodger Matt Kemp getting hit by a pitch earlier in the game.

Kershaw last started Sunday and threw eight shut-out innings against the Mets.

-- Steve Dilbeck
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