The Dodgers will have 4 guys headed to the All-Star Game this year. That could change depending on the availability of guys selected, but it’s looking like that will be the case. They’ll have Trea Turner and Mookie Betts on the field as starters, and they’ll also have a pair of pitchers in the Mid-Summer Classic.
Clayton Kershaw and Tony Gonsolin were the only two Dodgers pitchers selected to the All-Star Game. It’s fitting too, given how much of an impact that Kersh has had on Tony’s career. And Gonsolin is having one heck of a season.
As it turns out, Clayton wanted to make sure that Tony was ready to go for the All-Star week. Kirsten Watson reported earlier today that the longtime Dodgers hurler had a suit custom made for Tony in preparation of this, even before Tony was officially selected.
#Dodgers Tony Gonsolin said that for the All Star red carpet he will be wearing a custom suit that Clayton Kershaw got for him. He had Tony sized for it before he was officially named an All Star.
This team ?.
— Kirsten Watson (@kirsten_watson) July 12, 2022
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The Dodgers are hoping that they will have one of their guys on the mound to start the All-Star Game this year. But while many think Tony Goonsolin is deserving of the nod, ESPN’s Jeff Passan isn’t convinced. He spoke last week about why he thought Gonsolin should not get the start.
Even though Justin Turner did not make the All-Star Game this year, there is plenty to like about where he is headed. The Dodgers’ third baseman has really turned a corner in the box lately, and he’s a big part of the reason they’ve won games lately.
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