Dodgers Trade Pitcher Ross Stripling, makes way for Tony Gonsolin.


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Dodgers Traded Right handed pitcher, Ross Stripling, to the Toronto Blue Jays for two players, only one of which has been named, on August 31st.

The 30 yr old pitcher, who goes by the nickname “Chicken Strip”.Originally Drafted to the Colorado Rockies in 2011, but the deal fell through. Then, in 2012, He was drafted to the Dodgers as a 5th round pick, he debuted April, 8th, 2016, as #68, And became a first time all-star in 2018. 

Dodgers traded Stripling to make way for 26 yr old Up and coming Right handed pitcher, Tony Gonsolin, also known as the “catman”. He started his career in the Minor Leagues with the Oklahoma City Dodgers,where he was called up to Make his major league debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers on June, 26th, 2019. He was drafted 281st in the 9th round, he wears number 46.

Out of two players, only one has been named, Minor League pitcher Kendall Williams. Drafted as a second round pick, the 20 yr old right handed pitcher was the Blue Jays #13 Prospect. The second player hasn’t yet been announced, but it is known that it will be the Dodgers pick from a list of players.