Clayton Kershaw is the National League co-Player of the Week.

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw allowed one hit in eight innings Saturday against the St. Louis Cardinals. (Associated Press photo)

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw was named co-Player of the Week in the National League for the week ending Sunday. Kershaw won both his starts, Monday and Saturday. The Dodgers won only one other game all week.

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom shared the award with Kershaw.

Here’s more from an MLB press release:

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DENVER — Juan Nicasio, whom the Dodgers acquired with the intention of converting into a relief pitcher, is starting a game at noon tomorrow for the first time all season.

Ian Thomas, whom the Dodgers acquired with the intention of converting into a starter, will be recalled tomorrow as the 26th man on a doubleheader roster. He’ll be used out of the bullpen.

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Clayton Kershaw? He made Monday’s game look easy, collecting three hits and pitching seven strong innings. Today’s box score is here.

Prior to the game, Don Mattingly said that Andre Ethier will be his left fielder when Yasiel Puig returns.

Game 45: Clayton Kershaw looks like himself again.

Alex Guerrero

Alex Guerrero injured his ankle sliding into second base early Tuesday, stayed in the game, then later slid into home plate. (John McCoy/Staff photographer)

The Dodgers beat the Braves, and Clayton Kershaw looked like himself.

Juan Uribe is going to be traded to the Atlanta Braves once the commissioner’s office approves the deal.

The box score is here. The photo gallery is here.