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Could Clayton Kershaw’s last start as a Dodger be Wednesday’s Game 5 of the National League Championship Series?The 30-year-old pitcher isn’t ruling out the po sibility.Kershaw, whocan opt out of his contract after this season and become a free agent, addre sed his pending decisionbefore Tuesday’s game.The lefty saidhe hasn’t decided yet, but he didn’t seem too concerned as he explained he still has timeleft.”I have not made a decision,” Kershaw said. “And to my understanding, you get ten days (to decide) after the World Series. So should be a busy ten days.”Kershaw is owed $65 million over the next Ian Kennedy Jersey two seasons, which is the end of a seven-year, $214 million extension he signed with the Dodgers in January 2014.He said Tuesday he’s grateful for the opportunity he has been given to play for Los Angeles.”I’m just thankful that I’ve gotten to be here this long… I got drafted when I was 18. I got here when I was 20. From 20 to 30, that’s a lot of growing years right there,” Kershaw said.”I’ve gotten married, had two kids, played a lot of baseball. And really have grown up in this city.”Kershaw, who has spent his Alcides Escobar Jersey entire 11-year career with the Dodgers after he was selectedseventh overall in the 2006 draft, addedhe’s “trying not to” think about his next move and instead focus on the playoffs.”I think it’s hard enough to try and win a postseason game,” he said. “I know more than anybody knows that.”The Dodgers are coming off a 2-1 victory over the Brewers in Game 4 and the series is tied 2-2 entering Wednesday’s game.