The Los Angeles Dodgers have somebody who should very much be considered for the award at the end of the season.
Tony Gonsolin has yet to lose a single start this year.
He’s started 16 games and is 11-0 with an MLB-best 1.62 ERA.
Dodgers writer Blake Harris tweeted a photo of Gonsolin and mentioned in the caption that he still has the best ERA in all of baseball as we approach the All-Star break.
The lowest ERA in the show still belongs to Tony Gonsolin
— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) July 8, 2022
Gonsolin Continues To Dominate
How is Gonsolin not getting more consideration for the Cy Young?
This guy has the best ERA in all of baseball and has yet to lose a single game.
Here’s a guy that has gone from being a long reliever to a full-fledged starter at the big-league level.
It would be shocking if Gonsolin was somehow not selected as one of the pitchers on the NL All-Star roster.
This is somebody who could and probably should draw the start for the National League.
It would be quite something to see him do it, given that the Dodgers are the ones hosting the All-Star Game.
He’d be doing it in front of the home fans essentially.
This isn’t somebody that burst onto the scene as an ace, but rather, has evolved over time and turned himself into one of the most reliable arms in all of baseball.
We’ll see if MLB agrees that he should get some consideration for the award.NEXT: The Dodgers Rotation Is Unmatched So Far In 2022