It’s a glaring oversight for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Zach Gallon (28, Arizona Diamondbacks) has been recognised as the best pitcher in the National League. announced on Saturday that Gallon and Sean McClanahan (Tampa Bay Rays) each finished atop the Cy Young Award voting. releases the results of the panel’s Cy Young voting approximately once a month. Points are allocated on a sliding scale from first-place to fifth-place votes. Gallagher, the National League leader, received first-place votes from 23 of the 49 panelists who voted this month. It’s his second straight month at the top.메이저사이트

Gallon began his major league career with the Miami Marlins in 2019, but moved to Arizona to take his career to the next level. Last year, he fulfilled his potential with a 12-4 record and 2.54 ERA in 31 games. This season, he’s 7-2 with a 2.75 ERA in 13 games, a .230 batting average, a 1.08 WHIP and three shutouts in 78⅔ innings.

According to, “Gallagher topped the first Cy Young ballot and stayed there. He leads a stunning Arizona team that is tied for the National League West lead in wins, fifth in ERA and third in strikeouts (88).” He also ranks seventh in WHIP, 13th in strikeouts and fourth in innings pitched (78.2).

In reality, Arizona has defied expectations and is tied for first place in the National League with the Dodgers. One of the driving forces is the starting staff, led by Gallon and “reverse export myth” Merrill Kelly, a 48-game winner in the KBO. Kelly has also pitched well this season, going 7-3 with a 2.80 ERA in 12 starts. Kelly also received votes from the panel in this mock poll. It wasn’t a first-place vote, but it was a recognition of his ability.

Kelly is third in batting average (0.194) and fifth in WHIP (1.08). He’s also tied for the National League lead in wins with Gallon. He’s fifth and sixth in ERA. Fourth and ninth in innings pitched (Kelly, 70.2). The Dodgers, whose bullpen has been a bit lacklustre this year, will need to rely on Gallon and Kelly.

National League Cy Young voters 2-5 are Spencer Strider (Atlanta Braves), Marcus Stroman (Chicago Cubs), Mitch Keller (Pittsburgh Pirates) and Logan Webb (San Francisco Giants). In the American League, Nathan Iovaldi (Texas Rangers), Gerrit Cole (New York Yankees), Frazier Valdes (Houston Astros), and Sonny Gray (Minnesota Twins).

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