Besides the Dodgers cruising past the Cardinals in the second game of a four-game set on Tuesday evening, the next biggest story was the rehab start for Clayton Kershaw with the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers.
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Although the injured list of the Los Angeles Dodgers has been as high as 14 players recently, the current recovery trend suggests the team could conceivably be down to single digits in the coming weeks.
After originally slating Julio Urias to start Game 3 in the current series against the Padres, news came out of the Los Angeles camp late Tuesday evening that the Dodgers will instead turn to Tony Gonsolin in an attempt to give the remainder of the rotation an extra day of rest.
If you’re one of the few who hasn’t heard the news, another acclaimed pitching prospect is preparing to make his big league debut for the Dodgers. This time around it’s 25-year-old righty Tony Gonsolin, the fourth-best prospect in the Los Angeles system, according to MLB Pipeline.
Without fail, there are at least a couple prospects every spring making a case for their inclusion on the big league roster. Spring camp is the one time of the year these youngsters have a chance to compete against veteran players at the highest level, despite many of the vets taking the field to polish up mechanics or fix a small tweak here and there.
The Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday named right-handed pitcher Tony Gonsolin as the Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher of the Year and infielder Gavin Lux as the Branch Rickey Minor League Player of the Year.