Gonsolin’s splitter came in seven ticks slower than his fastball and came oh so close to being a “Money Pitch”. The pitch’s 19.9% SwStr% fooled plenty of batters resulting in a 34% K% and 38 wRC+.
Gonsolin used his curveball primary as a waste pitch, hitting the zone just 27.1% of the time. The pitch only earned a 4.3% SwStr%.
Gonsolin’s fastball found the zone 54% of the time and allowed a 44.3% FB%. The pitch only saw a 5.7% SwStr% and when batters connected, they connected with authority as noted by the .250 ISO.
Gonsolin’s second secondary pitch with a high SwStr% was his slider. The pitch coupled a 22.2% SwStr% with a 43.5% O-Swing% which resulted in a 37.5% K%. The pitch also held opposing hitters to a .045 AVG.