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Dodgers NLDS Roster: Gyorko, Sadler, Ferguson – Where Are They At?

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PHOENIX, ARIZONA - JUNE 26: Tony Gonsolin #46 of the Los Angeles Dodgers walks back to the dugout after the end of the second inning against of the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on June 26, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. It is Gonsolin's MLB debut. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

When the Dodgers announced their official NLDS roster on Thursday, there wasn’t much shock. While fans struggled with the decision to include Ross Stripling over Tony Gonsolin — which was the right call, by the numbers — they also wondered about some other omitted names.

Aside from the 25-man lineup, each of Austin Barnes, Casey Sadler, Alex Verdugo, Edwin Rios, Tony Gonsolin, and Kristopher Negron were announced during pre-game introductions at Dodger Stadium.

However, Jedd Gyorko, Caleb Ferguson, and Dylan Floro noticeably absent.

Of the other names above, manager Dave Roberts announced that Gonsolin, Floro, Rios and Barnes would be travelling with the club for the division series round, including the trek out to Washington.

Pitchers Sadler and Ferguson are said to be heading to the Dodgers Arizona complex for “stay hot” camp.  But trade deadline infield acquisition Jedd Gyorko would be staying home.

If you’re looking for a fun fact, Jedd Gyorko, Tyler White, and yourself all have something in common… you’ll be watching Dodger baseball from your couch.

Or at our NLDS game 3 party on Sunday!

2019 Dodgers Watch Party: NLDS Game 3 at Clearman’s Galley | Join Us for the Great Prizes & Special Guests

Written by Clint Pasillas

Clint is the lead editor of Dodgers Nation, and a host and analyst on Dodgers Nation's own Blue Heaven podcast live stream.

He's been writing, blogging, and podcasting Dodgers since about 2008. He was there for Nomar, Greg Maddux, and Blake DeWitt, and he'll be there for Walker Buehler, Alex Verdugo, Dustin May, and any Dodgers of the future.

He's also a sandwich enthusiast, a consummate athlete, and a friend.

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  1. No mention of Yimi Garcia. Lowest WHIP on staff. He has great stuff, but such a propensity to give up HRs. If he would only keep the ball in the park!!

    • Well true what ya say with Garcia, but I am sure ya understand that Dodgers just cannot afford to see Garcia serve one up at the wrong time. That’s not to say CK, and others won’t do so but it was a no brainer as far as Garcia and Floro goes

      • AZUL, in my consultations with PD Jr., we discussed the important of Tony Gonsolin, who I feel is going to have a nice, long career with the Blue Crew. If I had to choose a 4th starter, it would have been Gonsolin. He has poise far beyond his years as exhibited when he defeated the Yanks a few weeks ago. If we progress in the playoffs, and if we do face the Yanks, I would add Gonsolin’s name to my starting rotation, or use him in relief. PD Jr. told me to send this to you. He also wants some apple chips!!!!! Go Blue!!!!
        PS : The 9:30PM EST starting time does not make me a happy camper.

        • BLUE LOU! Great post and for the upcoming PS series should Dodgers advance I am sure Gonsolin will be given consideration. With Hill’s previous experience, and he worked his tale off to make it this far, Gonsolin was simply a victim of a numbers crunch and next year Gonsolin could very well be in the rotation, as most feel Hill will not be re-signed at this point. As you may know Hill and Ryu are FA’s after this year. But now I know why PD JR. has been wanting to ‘communicate’ with me every time I go near his cage, LOL And there is a reason why I chose a bird with the main color of blue on him

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