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Dodgers 2020 Starting Pitcher Grades: Kershaw, Buehler, Urías, May, Gonsolin, and More!



After winning their first World Series title in 32 years, the Los Angeles Dodgers season is now complete! Now it’s time to start handing out grades for the 2020 season and for the fifth part of this series, we take a look at the Dodgers starting pitchers.

Note: these grades include the regular season and postseason.

We hand out grades and assess the 2020 campaigns for Clayton Kershaw, Walker Buehler, Julio Urías, Dustin May, Tony Gonsolin, and more! Plus, a look at the future for each Dodger starter and early look at the 2021 starting rotation. 

Here are our end-of-season grades for the 2020 Dodgers starting pitchers.

The starting rotation was undoubtedly the backbone of the Dodgers in 2020. Rookies stepped up in a big way while the vets dealt with injuries and the new-look staff without arms like Kenta Maeda, Hyun-Jin Ryu, and Rich Hill really got the job done.

This may be a little biased, but I feel strongly about these grades! Give me your grades for these starters down below in the comments!

Grading Scale:

  • A = Elite
  • B = Baller
  • C = Average
  • D = Dude Get It Together
  • F = Fail

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Written by Doug McKain

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  1. grades are right, use grade c as trading material. trade MAY or cut the clowns hair ,keep gonsolin if the price is right . At times May does good, but is all over board to many times,
    TRADE HIM.

  2. I think Dustin may has great potential he needs to develop a couple more pitches though but it’s like the previous person that posted it is true he is all over the place and when he gets in trouble watch out but the last 2 games of the World Series he really came in and did good Tony gonsolin of course on the other hand I don’t think you put him as an everyday starter he has to come off the bullpen I think maybe trade him unless he can develop a couple of pitches

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