2. Clayton Kershaw
Clayton and Ellen Kershaw welcomed their third child in January, so I know that Clayton Kershaw is definitely staying busy during this quarantine with three young kids.
He is the face of the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise and is the longest-tenured player on the team. When his career is all said and done, Kershaw will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer and will go down as either the greatest pitcher in team history or 1A, right behind Sandy Koufax.
That right there is enough reason to want to be quarantined with Kershaw. The things that he has experienced in the big leagues and the utter domination he had in the 2010s was otherworldly. My first question to him would simply be how he managed to do it.
The second question would be why he hasn’t developed a chang-up yet, as a change-up would significantly help his game with his fastball losing velocity, but that is neither here nor there.
The Kershaw has also left a remarkable impact not only on the Los Angeles community but the entire world. The Kershaw Foundation has done some remarkable things and I am 100 percent certain that Kershaw is more proud of his charity work than his MLB career. That is just the kind of person he is.
Kershaw seems to be that great guy that invites you over to the community BBQ even if you have only said hi to him once in passing.