The Dodgers have activated right-handed reliever Dylan Floro and have sent right-handed rookie Tony Gonsolin down to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
The Dodgers have activated RHP Dylan Floro from the 10-day injured list and optioned RHP Tony Gonsolin to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) July 31, 2019
Floro started the year off strong but struggled mightily prior to his placement on the Injured List. On the season, Dylan Floro has a 4.11 ERA and 3.66 FIP over 35 innings. However, since May 11, Floro holds an 8.15 ERA across 17 2/3 innings.
He made one rehab outing with Rancho Cucamonga, pitching 1 inning and allowing 2 hits, a hit batter, and no runs. The hope is that he can get it going and return to the pitcher he was in 2018, when he posted a sparkling 2.25 ERA.
Gonsolin, 25, remains one of the Dodgers’ top prospects and recorded his first career save with a one-run four-inning performance last night. With his display at Coors Field, he quite possibly could have seen his trade value rise, but has also worked his way into the forefront of the front office’s collective mind when it comes to the bullpen. He looked good and he will be back in short order should he remain in the Dodgers organization past Wednesday.