It was a two-start week for Gorski that helped solidify his case to earn the honor. He worked 14.2 innings in those two appearances, compiling a 1-0 record and allowing three runs, 10 strikeouts, and four walks during that time. His ERA in these two starts ended up coming in at 1.84.
This performance was a great one for the left-hander, but it falls in line with what he’s been doing since he joined the B-Mets rotation. In 12 starts that have spanned 66.2 innings pitched, Gorski is 4-1 with a 1.89 ERA, allowing just 39 hits and 22 walks, while striking out 59 hitters.
Fellow pitchers like Noah Syndergaard and Logan Verrett have been grabbing a lot of the headlines up in Binghamton as the B-Mets prepare for a playoff run, but it’s been the solid performance of Gorski that has truly solidified the starting rotation for manager Pedro Lopez. Through four August starts, he is 2-0 with a 1.91 ERA, walking eight and striking out 18 in 28.1 innings pitched.
Congratulations to Darin on this honor! Let’s hope he can continue dominating the opposition once the postseason gets underway.