MLB the Show is the closest we have to a 2020 season so far, and also a fair gauge of just how good the Dodgers are this year. We’ll start with the starters of course, and they’re overall rankings.
Clayton Kershaw: 92 Overall
Even at age 31, his potential is still an A grade. Kershaw is the 3rd highest rated Dodger player and 6th highest rated pitcher in The Show. His best quality? His stamina rated at 95. His break is at 86 and bunting is at 82.
Walker Buehler: 90 Overall
The young ace also has an A grade in potential. He’s already graded as the 9th overall starting pitcher. His velocity is elite with a 97 grade. And his break is fantastic as well at 87.
David Price: 82 Overall
His potential is a B grade. Not bad for half-priced Price. He actually doesn’t stand out anywhere in particular, but is the most well rounded pitcher in the staff.
Julio Urias: 84 Overall
And back to A grade potential. He may be the best 4th starting pitcher this year no matter how many games are played. His break and bunting are both elite at 96 and 94 respectively.
Alex Wood: 79 Overall
The lowest grade with C potential. Still with the season up in the air, it just became more likely that Dustin May takes the 5th spot. Still, Wood has good control with 70+ ratings across the board there, and exceptional bunting at 94.