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Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw bound for rehab start with triple-A Oklahoma City

PITTSBURGH _ A crowd of Los Angeles Dodgers officials gathered outside the visitors' dugout at PNC Park on Monday afternoon. They wore protective glasses and wide grins, gazing skyward over the stands along the right-field line, eyes peeled toward the day's solar eclipse.

Behind them was another site worth seeing: Clayton Kershaw on a big league mound.

Just prior to 2:30 p.m. EDT, the group of players, coaches and staffers returned their vision

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