Triple-A Oklahoma City reinstated Gonsolin (hamstring) from the 7-day injured list Monday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Gonsolin is scheduled to start for the affiliate Monday after being shut down for the past two weeks with a strained left hamstring. Over 29.2 innings at Triple-A this season, Gonsolin has posted a 3.64 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 35:16 K:BB.
Gonsolin suffered a strained left hamstring Friday to land on the 7-day IL for Triple-A Oklahoma City, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
The severity of the injury is not yet clear. Gonsolin allowed four runs in four innings of work in his only big-league start back in late June but has a solid 3.64 ERA in nine starts for Oklahoma City.
Gonsolin was placed on the 7-day injured list at Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
The nature of Gonsolin's injury was not disclosed. Gonsolin struggled in his big-league debut June 26, and was knocked around for four runs in 3.2 innings in his return to Oklahoma City on July 1.
Gonsolin was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday.
Gonsolin will head back to the minors after struggling in his big-league debut Wednesday against the Diamondbacks, allowing six runs (four earned) on six hits over four innings while striking out three in a losing effort. The 25-year-old will rejoin Oklahoma City's rotation for the time being, though he could get another shot with the big club later in the season should an opportunity arise. Zac Rosscup was promoted from the minors in a corresponding move.
Gonsolin (0-1) took the loss Wednesday, coughing up six runs (four earned) on six hits over four innings while striking out three as the Dodgers were downed 8-2 by the Diamondbacks.
While some shaky defense behind him didn't help, Gonsolin also showed plenty of jitters in his big-league debut, getting tagged for four runs before he could even record an out, with the big blow being a three-run homer by Eduardo Escobar. It's not yet clear whether the 25-year-old will head back to Triple-A Oklahoma City after this outing or shift to a bullpen role with the Dodgers, but he didn't do much to encourage the front office to keep him around.
Gonsolin was promoted from Triple-A Oklahoma City ahead of his scheduled start Wednesday against the Diamondbacks, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Gonsolin is poised to make his big-league debut after compiling a 2.77 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 31:13 K:BB across eight starts (26 innings) with Triple-A Oklahoma City. The right-hander hasn't exceeded five innings of 77 pitches in any outing for Oklahoma City, so he figures to see similar restrictions in Wednesday's start. Will Smith was optioned to Triple-A while Tony Cingrani (shoulder) was shifted to the 60-day injured list in a pair of corresponding moves.
Gonsolin is expected to make an abbreviated start Wednesday, when he'll be called up from Triple-A Oklahoma City to make his MLB debut against the Diamondbacks, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Since Gonsolin's last minor-league appearance came June 20, he'll be available on normal rest when he joins the Dodgers, but the right-hander has already been handling limited workloads all season while working out of the Triple-A rotation. Over his eight starts with the affiliate, Gonsolin hasn't exceeded five innings or 77 pitches, so similar restrictions will likely remain in place Wednesday. Julio Urias could end up piggybacking Gonsolin if he goes unused in relief Tuesday behind new rotation member Ross Stripling, who is also expected to face a limited workload.
Manager Dave Roberts said Gonsolin will start Wednesday against the Diamondbacks, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Gonsolin is set to make his big-league debut after notching a 2.77 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 31:13 K:BB in eight starts (26 innings) with Triple-A Oklahoma City. It remains to be seen whether the 25-year-old flamethrower will stick in the rotation beyond Wednesday's start. The Dodgers will need to clear a 40-man spot for Gonsolin prior to selecting his contract from Triple-A.
Gonsolin was placed on the 7-day injured list Friday with a side injury, Jacob Unruh of The Oklahoman reports.
Gonsolin is only expected to miss one start for Triple-A Oklahoma City due to the injury, which popped up during a recent bullpen session. The 24-year-old has a 3.00 ERA and a 12:5 K:BB in nine innings over his first two starts at the Triple-A level.
Gonsolin will open the year at Triple-A Oklahoma City, Jim Callis of MLB.com reports.
He dealt with an illness at the end of spring training, but is listed as healthy to begin the minor-league season. Gonsolin can touch triple digits with his fastball, and it's interesting that he will get the Triple-A nod while Dustin May heads back to Double-A. Both pitchers are expected to contribute in the majors at some point this season, but based on these assignments, Gonsolin will probably get there first.
Gonsolin (illness) was reassigned to minor-league camp Friday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Gonsolin turned some heads in camp, firing nine scoreless innings, but he'll open the season in the minors to continue his development. The hard-throwing right-hander is viewed as a starter long term, though he could debut out of the bullpen in 2019 if he continues to impress on the farm.
Gonsolin was scratched from his scheduled start Friday against Arizona due to illness, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Dennis Santana starts in his place. It's unclear how much time Gonsolin is expected to miss.
Gonsolin could help the Dodgers in the big leagues this season, per manager Dave Roberts, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports.
This was obvious without Roberts saying anything, but it is nice to see the hard-throwing righty made a positive impression in camp. Given the Dodgers' rotation depth, Gonsolin would likely break in as a reliever, where he could be dominant. He will still be developed as a starter long term.
Gonsolin was invited to the Dodgers' big-league camp Friday, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Gonsolin made nine starts at the Double-A level last season, recording a 2.44 ERA while striking out 27.2 percent of opposing batters for Tulsa. He's unlikely to be in serious consideration for an Opening Day roster spot but could have a shot to debut later in the year should he continue to impress in the minors.
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