Clayton Kershaw made history on Sunday night, but not the kind you want to make. The Los Angeles Dodgers starter set a record for the most home runs allowed in a single postseason. That mark was set when he allowed a 3-run home run to Yuli Gurriel to tie Game 5 of the World Series at four. The Dodgers spotted Kershaw a 4-0 lead, which is about as much as you could ask for. He was unable to hold onto it as he got roughed up in the fourth. He got into more trouble an inning later and put two runners on before Dave Roberts pulled him for Kenta Maeda, who gave up a 3-run home run to Jose Altuve that tied the game at seven.