Right-handed pitcher Tony Gonsolin (29, LA Dodgers) will be out of season.
The Dodgers team placed Gonsolin on the 15-day disabled list on the 20th (Korean time). The reason is inflammation of the right forearm. Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic, a sports media outlet, said on his social media (SNS), “According to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, it is unlikely that Gonsolin will throw the ball again this year.” Gonsolin, who started against the Miami Marlins on the 19th, gave up 8 hits (5 homers) and 10 runs in 3 1/3 innings and collapsed greatly. It is the worst situation with sluggishness and injuries overlapping.메이저사이트
Gonsolin’s season record is 8-5 with an ERA of 4.98. He returned at the end of April due to a problem with his left ankle and digested the rotation, but did not show the same results as last year. Gonsolin’s performance in the 2022 season was 16 wins, 1 loss and an average ERA of 2.14, and he had a career high season, including being selected as an All-Star for the first time in his debut. Expectations were high for his performance this year, but he left the front line without being able to live up to it.
The Dodgers called up left-handed pitcher Brian Hudson from Triple-A in the minor leagues to fill an empty spot on the roster. According to local media, Ryan Yarbrough and Gavin Stone are being discussed as alternatives to fill the vacancy in the rotation. The Dodgers are 75-47, leading the National League (NL). With the San Francisco Giants (64-58), the second-place team in the district, going up to 11 games, the possibility of advancing to fall baseball is very high.