VIDEO: Clayton Kershaw's Mind-Bending 74 MPH Curveball Should Not Even Be Legal

Even in his age-31 season, Los Angeles Dodgers superstar Clayton Kershaw might have the single most unhittable pitch in baseball: his sharp 12-6 curveball. During his last start against the Washington Nationals, Howie Kendrick got to find out once again just how filthy that breaking ball really is, as he looked like a Little Leaguer against this physics-defying Kershaw riff.

The three-time Cy Young winner is putting together a classic Kershaw start this evening in the nation's capital, going six strong innings while giving up only three hits and two runs while striking out nine.

During the month of July, Kershaw rode his wicked curveball to a 1.44 ERA, having given up just four runs in 25 July innings. Safe to say the old Clayton is back.

Howie Kendrick is certainly not the first hitter to embarrass himself against the Kershaw curve, and he won't be the last. The only thing that could make this better is Vin Scully's dulcet tones on the broadcast.