Tony Gonsolin avoids arbitration with two-year deal
by Brenton Kemp | Dodgers Correspondent | Wed, Feb 1st 1:56pm EST
The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed pitcher Tony Gonsolin to a two-year contract to avoid arbitration. (Los Angeles Dodgers on Twitter)
The deal is worth $6.65 million as the 2022 All-Star avoids a hearing with the Dodgers. Gonsolin has evolved into a premier starter over the last few seasons, finally getting full-time usage in 2022. Gonsolin turned in a dominant 2.14 ERA across 24 starts while his 130 1/3 innings pitched nearly matched his total from the previous three seasons combined. Gonsolin also went a whopping 16-1 a season ago and should be a serious target on draft day.
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