NLDS Game 4 pitching assignments are still up for grabs, apparently.

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw went 21-3 with a 1.77 earned-run average for the Dodgers in 2014. (Getty Images)

After the Dodgers evened the National League Division Series by beating the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 2 on Saturday night, Clayton Kershaw was a possibility to start Game 4 Tuesday on short rest.

Adam Wainwright did not.

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St. Louis Cardinals 10, Dodgers 9: A stunning turn of events puts the Dodgers in a 1-0 hole.

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A see-saw battle left the Dodgers speechless after a 10-9 loss in Game 1 of the National League Division Series.

Losing pitcher Clayton Kershaw and catcher A.J. Ellis tried to dissect the Cardinals’ eight-run seventh inning.

You can watch what a somber Kershaw said after the game here; the box score is here.

Dodgers 9, Giants 1: It’s OK to celebrate now.

Clayton Kershaw

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw joins a group hug after beating the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday, 9-1. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff photographer)

Clayton Kershaw delivered an MVP-caliber performance in the Dodgers’ National League West-clinching victory. His line: 8 innings pitched, 8 hits, 1 run, 0 walks, 11 strikeouts. The full box score is here.

Not to be a downer (part 1) but: Colleague Vincent Bonsignore writes that the Dodgers should have their sights set on bigger celebrations.

Not to be a downer (part 2) but: Chad Billingsley accepts that he might never pitch for the Dodgers again.