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Dodgers Prospects: A Rookie Gets The Call As Opening Day Starter

Injury to Clayton Kershaw causes a change

Dustin May, Spring Training 2019 - Photo Credit: Tim Rogers/Dodgers Nation

About four hours before Clayton Kershaw was to take the mound to start for the Dodgers we got some news.

It was quickly announced that the number 23 prospect in baseball, Dustin May would be the Opening Day starter. This scenario has a familiar feel for some of us old Dodgers fans.

We can only hope for similar success for May and the Dodgers in 2020. This gives Dustin an unexpected chance to make his mark on the rotation in this 60 game season. May still has his rookie status so this could help propel him to Rookie of the Year contention.

Go get ’em, Dustin!

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Written by Tim Rogers

With @dodgersnation. Also known at @sddodger on Twitter and Instagram.

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