Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw Pitches a No-Hitter: Hollywood Reacts

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L.A. Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw, winner of 2011's Cy Young Award.

The left-hander's win against the Colorado Rockies sparked huge congratulations from baseball fans such as Justin Timberlake, Alyssa Milano and Mayor Eric Garcetti.

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw joined the no-hitter club on Wednesday night in what has been described by sports commentators as "the best game you will ever see."

The left-hander scored the second no-hitter of the Dodgers' season —  following in the footsteps of Josh Beckett on May 25 — and struck out a career-high 15 in an 8-0 victory over the Colorado Rockies.

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Over 46,000 fans in Dodger Stadium erupted in celebration as Hollywood stars took to social media to express their admiration for the 26-year-old Cy Young award winner, who signed a $215-million, seven-year contract with the team in January.

Justin Timberlake simply tweeted "Kershaw!! Doyers!!" referring to the Dodgers' Hispanic nickname.

Die-hard sports fan Alyssa Milano alerted fans to watch the historic game's highlights.

Lakers great Magic Johnson, who is a part owner of the Dodgers, called Kershaw "the best pitcher in baseball."

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After celebrating the Kings victory on Monday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti offered his own personal congratulations to Kershaw and emphasized that it was a "great sports week."

Former Clippers player Baron Davis called it "the year of the Dodgers."

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KTLA reporter Allie Mac Kay praised Kershaw's generosity as well as his baseball skills.