Mays Career with Los Angeles Dodgers
On August 2, 2019, May was promoted to the major leagues and made his major league debut for the Dodgers as a starting pitcher against the San Diego Padres.
He went 52/3 innings, giving four runs (three earned) on nine hits while striking out three batters.
May won his first major league game on August 13 against the Miami Marlins after pitching 52/3 innings and surrendering one run on three hits with five strikeouts.
He concluded the season with a 2–3 record, a 3.63 ERA, and 32 strikeouts against only five walks in 14 games for the Dodgers (four starts).
He also pitched for the Dodgers in the National League Division Series (NLDS) against the Washington Nationals, allowing one run on three hits in 313 innings worked across two games.
After Clayton Kershaw hurt his back before the game, May was chosen to start for the Dodgers on the Opening Day of the pandemic-shortened 2020 season.
Since Fernando Valenzuela in 1981, May became the Dodgers’ youngest opening day starter.
He earned his first win of the season on August 4 against the San Diego Padres, striking out eight batters in six innings.
He pitched in 12 games (10 starts) with a 3–1 record and 2.57 ERA in 56 innings. For the 2020 season, his four-seam fastball averaged 99.1 mph, the fastest of any major league pitcher.
How Tall Is Dustin May?
Dustin May’s height is 1.98 m