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2023 Player Outlook

The story of Gore’s 2022 season is full of a trade, an injury, and what appears to be a rough first year in the majors. However, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Over the 70 innings he pitched in MLB in 2022, Gore allowed 22 of his 35 earned runs in just 9.2 innings. That means over his other 60.1 frames he allowed just 13 earned runs for a 1.94 ERA That’s far better than the 4.50 mark he was credited it with for the full season. Coming off of injury, he’s expected to be ready to go for the start of the season in 2023. That doesn’t mean that we can expect Gore to put up a stretch run like he did last year though. The NL East offenses are far better as a whole than the NL West’s lineups. He won’t be that ace-caliber pitcher we expect him to be just yet as the ERA should be around 4.00 with about a strikeout per inning over his likely 130 IP.

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