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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
111-51 6-4 W1
89-73 5-5 L1
81-81 7-3 W1
74-88 4-6 W1
68-94 3-7 L1

2022 Pitching

STATS IP
Innings Pitched
W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 130.1 16 1 2.14 119 35
Post Season 1.1 0 1 6.75 1 1

Top Tony Gonsolin News

  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Set to start Game 3

    Gonsolin will start Game 3 of the NLDS against the Padres on Friday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

    After a stellar 2022 campaign in which Gonsolin recorded a 2.14 ERA and 0.87 WHIP, he will make his first start of the postseason in San Diego. Gonsolin's last start against the Padres was a five-inning shutout performance on Aug. 5 in which he gave up just three hits and a walk while earning the win.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Pitches two innings in return

    Gonsolin (forearm) tossed two innings against Colorado on Monday, allowing one run on three hits and no walks while striking out three batters in a no-decision.

    Gonsolin missed over a month while dealing with a right forearm strain, so his start Monday was intentionally brief. The right-hander threw 40 pitches (24 for strikes) and did well by striking out three batters, though a trio of Rockies hits in the second inning resulted in a run against him. Gonsolin finished the regular season with a standout 2.14 ERA and 0.87 WHIP over 130.1 innings, but the time missed due to injury means he won't qualify to be among the league leaders in those categories. Gonsolin will next throw a simulated game Sunday, and if that goes well, he's expected to be placed on the NLDS roster as a potential starter in Game 3 or 4, per Michael J. Duarte of NBC LA.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Officially activated ahead of start

    Gonsolin (forearm) was activated from the 15-day injured list Monday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    After spending over a month on the injured list due to a strained right forearm, Gonsolin will return Monday and start against the Rockies. He threw just two innings during his rehab assignment, so he will likely be on a relatively-low pitch count. Andre Jackson will return to Triple-A with the re-addition of Gonsolin to the roster.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Set to return Monday

    Gonsolin (forearm) is expected to return from the injured list to start Monday's game against the Rockies, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports.

    Gonsolin has been out for a month with a strained right forearm, but it looks like he'll make it back in time for one tune-up start as the Dodgers get ready for the postseason. He threw only two innings in his lone rehab start Tuesday, however, so he'll likely be limited to three or four frames in his return.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Breezes through short rehab start

    Gonsolin (forearm) struck out two over two scoreless innings Tuesday in his rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City. He allowed one hit and no walks in the 27-pitch appearance.

    Though Gonsolin looked sharp in his first game action in more than a month, his light pitch count means he likely won't be ready to handle a typical starter's workload if the Dodgers choose to activate him from the 15-day injured list rather than having him make another rehab appearance. Since the Dodgers have already secured the top seed in the National League playoffs and won't open their postseason schedule until Oct. 11, Gonsolin will still have just under two weeks to build up his pitch count through Los Angeles' remaining regular-season games and/or simulated games.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: May need just one rehab outing

    Gonsolin (forearm) will return to the majors after just one rehab start if his outing Tuesday for Triple-A Oklahoma City goes well, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Gonsolin hasn't pitched in a game in over a month due to a strained right forearm. The only way he can make it back this year is if he returns after a single rehab appearance, but it looks like that's the Dodgers' plan. While he's expected to pitch as a starter upon his return, don't expect him to pitch too deep into the game in his first start back, as he's scheduled to throw only two innings Tuesday and will likely be limited to three or four in his subsequent outing.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Rehab outing scheduled

    Gonsolin (forearm) will throw a pair of rehab innings for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Beginning a rehab assignment gives Gonsolin at least a chance to return before the regular season, but it's unclear if there will be enough time for him to do so. If the team wants to build his workload back up with the goal of having him start games in the playoffs, he won't have time to complete that process before the end of the regular season, though he could still return in a relief role.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Progressing in rehab work

    Gonsolin (forearm) faced live batters Thursday, and manager Dave Roberts said the right-hander's "stuff looked good," Matthew Moreno of DodgerBlue.com reports.

    The 28-year-old landed on the shelf a month ago with a forearm strain, but he's back to facing live hitters as the regular season winds down. Gonsolin will throw another bullpen session before again pitching to live batters, which could be the final step before being reinstated to the active roster.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Will face hitters Thursday

    Manager Dave Roberts said Gonsolin (forearm) will throw two innings against live hitters Thursday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

    The road back has been a slow journey for Gonsolin after he landed on the 15-day injured list at the end of August. He's thrown a handful of bullpen sessions over the past week and could still make a return before the end of the regular season, but it will almost certainly be in a bullpen role.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Velocity climbs in side session

    Gonsolin (forearm) threw a two-inning bullpen session Monday, with the team noting an increase in velocity, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

    This is positive news for Gonsolin, who continues to battle his way back from a right forearm strain suffered in August. While his latest throwing session brings positive news, the team has been unclear about the next step in his rehab. If he is activated prior to the end of the regular season, Gonsolin will likely be brought back as a bullpen arm, as he won't have enough time to build back up to a starting role.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Running out of time

    Gonsolin (forearm) threw a successful bullpen session Saturday, but the team doesn't expect him to be built up to a full starter's workload before the postseason, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Gonsolin has had an outstanding season, posting a 2.10 ERA in 23 starts, but he might not get the chance to add to that total down the stretch. He's been out since late August with a strained forearm, and the Dodgers have no incentive to rush him given that they've already clinched their division and face no real competition for the top seed in the National League. While Gonsolin seemingly has time to make it back for an outing or two, those appearances could come in relief or as very short starts.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Slated for another bullpen Saturday

    Gonsolin (forearm) is encouraged by his recent progress and will throw a bullpen session Saturday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Gonsolin's recovery from a right forearm strain has been slower than initially expected, but the All-Star hurler appears to be turning a corner. Saturday's bullpen will mark his third over the past seven days, and Gonsolin indicated that his forearm is responding much better after he throws than it did when he was initially shelved. The right-hander also had a conversation with manager Dave Roberts and indicated that he's comfortable with any role he's asked to fill after returning. Given the lack of time left in the regular season and the fact that Gonsolin hasn't thrown in a game since Aug. 23, that may mean that he'll be used out of the bullpen upon his activation from the injured list.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Completes another bullpen

    Gonsolin (forearm) threw a bullpen session Wednesday which manager Dave Roberts described as "encouraging," Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    The 28-year-old was unable to throw at full intensity during his bullpen over the weekend, but he quickly returned to the mound Wednesday for a positive session. Roberts expects Gonsolin to return before the end of the regular season, but whether the right-hander comes back as a starter or reliever will depend on how well he's able to build up his workload in the near future.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Not able to throw at 100 percent

    Gonsolin (forearm) wasn't able to throw at full intensity during his bullpen session Sunday, but he'll have another such session Wednesday, and the team still believes the hurler will be able to return by the end of the season, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    The results of Gonsolin's Sunday bullpen were mixed, as he wasn't able to throw without restrictions but is still expected to toss another session three days later. The right-hander last pitched in a game Aug. 23 and was initially expected to have a short stint on the IL, so it's discouraging that he's not yet back to full strength. However, manager Dave Roberts expressed optimism that Gonsolin can return as a starter before the end of the campaign.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Bullpen session set for Sunday

    Gonsolin (forearm) will throw a bullpen session Sunday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    Gonsolin has not thrown from a mound since landing on the injured list, but it appears he is ready to get back on the bump. It's unclear if Gonsolin will require a rehab assignment before rejoining the big club, but the Dodgers figure to release an update on his status following Sunday's session.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Progressing slowly

    Manager Dave Roberts said Gonsolin (forearm) isn't progressing as quickly as the Dodgers have hoped, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.

    After receiving encouraging MRI results on Gonsolin's forearm, the Dodgers have hit a bit of a wall in the process of bringing the 28-year-old righty back. Roberts said he is still optimistic Gonsolin will have time to build back and make his return, it just may take longer than the team originally thought.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Not mound ready

    Gonsolin (forearm) is not ready to throw off a mound, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    He pitched from 90 feet recently but needs to be throwing at 150 feet at least for him to get back on the mound. Gonsolin is trending toward returning in mid-to-late September.

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  • Dodgers' Tony Gonsolin: Begins throwing

    Gonsolin (forearm) threw in the outfield Saturday, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.

    Gonsolin landed on the injured list Monday with a right forearm strain, but initial reports suggested he was in line for a short absence. His MRI results were encouraging Friday, clearing him to begin throwing.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 205 lbs
Birthplace: Vacaville, CA
Age: 28
Bats/Throws: R, R