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Dodgers: Will Tony Gonsolin And Tyler Anderson Be All-Stars?



The Dodgers have to be feeling like one of the luckiest teams in baseball. It’s not often that you have two starting arms go down and end up with some of the best arms in baseball still. But here we are with Tony Gonsolina and Tyler Anderson.

The way those two have been pitching, Clayton Kershaw and Andrew Heaney haven’t been missed nearly as much. But both Dodgers southpaws are on their way back, with Kersh throwing this weekend in San Francisco. 

So that begs the question: are Anderson and Gonsolin All-Stars this year? Tony has already said that was one of his season goals, and that would be a pretty cool time for his first selection. The game is being hosted by the Dodgers this year, as you all know. 

The numbers are certainly there to support the case for both of them. Even after the down performance from Anderson on Thursday in Chicago, he still has 7 wins to his name. A few more good starts before Heaney returns could get him in.

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  1. Gonsolin and Anderson should be pitches in the All Star game so far but there is still time for not so good things to happen, but hope they continue as they have been doing and no just to make the AS Game