Clayton Kershaw and Corey Kluber

MLB Cy Young Awards go to 2 Former Dallas Tigers

Wow, this doesn’t exactly happen everyday …2014 MLB Cy Young awards go to two former Dallas Tigers Baseball Club Alumni!!!  Clayton Kershaw and Corey Kluber have been awarded the 2014 NL & AL MLB Cy Young awards. “Corey was a big strong kid who could hit and pitch. Very quite and worked harder than anyone. Coming out of Coppell High School he was simply overlooked. He showed them!” said Tommy Hernandez, President of Dallas Tigers Baseball Club.  “Clayton was with …

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Congratulations Clayton Kershaw on NO-HITTER!!

The Dallas Tigers want to congratulate a former Tiger, Clayton Kershaw, on his no-hit performance!  If you had never seen Sandy Koufax pitch, then Clayton Kershaw is the next best thing.  This was the 12th no-hitter thrown in Dodger history and was only 1 play away from being a perfect game.  Only 1 Colorado Rockies batter reached based on error. Congratulations Clayton and Ellen Kershaw! Check out the video of the last batter here.

Former Tiger Clayton Kershaw and Current Tiger Bryce Carter Win Awards

Former and present Dallas Tigers take home prestigious national awards! Former 4 year Dallas Tiger, Clayton Kershaw, received the 2013 Warren Spahn Award. The Warren Spahn Award is presented annually to the best left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. The award is named after Oklahoman and National Baseball Hall of Famer Warren Spahn, who holds the MLB record of 363 wins as a left-handed pitcher. Spahn Award rankings are based on a pitcher’s wins, strikeouts and earned run average. This …

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Tigers President Tommy Hernandez Featured on

(Youth1 Baseball) – Through 20 magnificent years of the Dallas Tigers, the organization won 16 National Championships, including 5 national championships by his 2005 Dallas Tigers team that was coached by Tommy Hernandez himself. Tommy spent most of his childhood career in El Paso, Texas playing baseball. He played for several colleges including Lubbock Christian University and Texas Tech. Tommy Hernandez was drafted by the Texas Rangers and spent two years in the minor leagues as their catcher. It would …

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