World Series Game 2: Los Angeles Dodgers rookie right-hander Tony Gonsolin will start

The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin newbie right-hander Tony Gonsolin in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, with first pitch set for 8:08 p.m. ET at Globe Life Field.

Gonsolin, who will restrict Tampa Bay Rays lefty Blake Snell, confronted 11 hitters and tossed 41 contributes Game 7 of the National League Championship Series, and he probably won’t have the option to give substantially more than two or three innings.

Dodgers chief Dave Roberts said his other two youthful starters, Julio Urias and Dustin May, will likewise be accessible out of the warm up area in Game 2, however Urias and May consolidated to confront 14 players in Game 7.

Walker Buehler will begin Game 3 on Friday; whoever is freshest among Gonsolin, May and Urias will probably take the ball in Game 4 on Saturday.

Clayton Kershaw, who pitched six innings of one-run ball in Monday’s 8-3 triumph in Game 1, lines up on typical rest for Game 5 on Sunday.

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