Dodgers to Call Up Tony Gonsolin, Top Pitching Prospect

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts announced that top pitching prospect Tony Gonsolin will be called up and start on Wednesday against Arizona.

While no 25-man roster move has been announced, a 40-man roster move will need to made to add Gonsolin. Expectations are that Tony Cingrani will be transferred to the 60-day IL to make room for Gonsolin. Cingrani will miss the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery early in June.

The Dodgers drafted Gonsolin out of St. Mary’s College of California in the 9th round of the 2016 draft. He is currently the Dodgers number 4 prospect, per, and a Cal League All-Star in 2018.

As we noted over the weekend, there was a good chance that he could be called up while Rich Hill is on the IL.

On the season, the 25 year old Gonsolin has posted an ERA of 2.77 in 8 starts, striking out 31 and walking 13 in 26 innings pitched.

He missed a little over a month between April 14-May 26 with a side injury and has been slow played since coming off the MiLB IL. In his most recent start with Oklahoma City, he tossed 5 innings and threw 77 pitches while allowing 2 runs.

Welcome to The Show, Tony!

More Gonsolin

Last season, Dodgers Nation also had the opportunity to chat with Tony Gonsolin, which you can read here.

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Written by Clint Pasillas


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