The Los Angeles Dodgers have a record of 103-58 after Saturday’s 5-3 victory over the Colorado Rockies. The victory guarantees the Dodgers the best record in baseball for the first time in 43 years! It is also sets a record for the most wins since moving to Los Angeles! The offense did it’s job with Yasiel Puig leading the way and, besides a tough 3rd inning for Clayton Kershaw, pitching was solid across the board.

Clayton Kershaw spoke with the media after the game. Here are some of the highlights:

They did what they were supposed to do with the mistakes… It’s a good team obviously… I felt good. I thought my stuff was okay… No sense thinking about it now because I got to get ready for Friday.

I’m as ready as I can be. I feel 100 percent. I feel ready to go.

I’m sure every year I feel like we’re going to win the World Series and this year is no different.

Dave Roberts also caught up with the media and spoke on having the best record in baseball. This is what he had to say, courtesy of Bill Plunkett of the Orange Country Register:

The Dodgers suffered a horrendous slump in September, losing 10 games in a row and 20 out of 25 games. This is also the same team that was destroying the opposition and went on a stretch of 43 wins and just 7 losses in the middle of the season. Everybody always says that baseball is a marathon and, boy, has this marathon been bumpy.

But regardless of the past, both positive and negative, Los Angeles has secured home field advantage through the World Series and need just 11 wins to take home the championship.

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