Julio Urias will start 2020 season in Dodgers' rotation
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias will start the 2020 regular season in the rotation.
According to manager Dave Roberts, Urias will be a starting pitcher after recently shifting between bullpen and rotation duties. The talented left-hander should have a great opportunity to become a starter after the Dodgers lost three pitchers from their rotation in the offseason.
In 79.2 innings pitched last season, Urias produced a 2.49 ERA and 85 strikeouts.
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