Dodgers fans can't forget about top non-All-Star performers in 2023

Which non-All-Stars have helped the Dodgers the most this year?
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Tony Gonsolin

Staying with pitching and another player who isn’t performing to the same levels as the previous year, Tony Gonsolin can't be overlooked. One reason Gonsolin makes this list is his availability when the Dodgers started getting decimated with injuries (even though he missed the first month of the year).

In a season that has seen a revolving door of a pitching staff, Gonsolin has faced the second most batters on the team behind only Clayton Kershaw. In his 12 starts, he has posted a 3.86 ERA, which, again, is only bested by Kershaw. Gonsolin may get lost in the mix with other Dodgers pitchers, but he continues to be a consistent and effective part of the rotation despite some stinkers.

Honorable Mentions

There are two honourable mentions that will also go to pitchers, Bobby Miller and Emmet Sheehan. They have been a part of a batterd (yet evolving) pitching staff and have done a fine job when called upon. Fans have waited to see Miller at the big league level, and despite some hiccups, he's been as good as advertised. Once he's fully comfortable, he will be a cornerstone for the rotation. As for Sheehan being a contributor, that may have been a little more surprising, but he has stepped in and done nicely for himself even though it looked like a number of other prospects were ahead of him in the pecking order.