Jacob deGrom

#48 SP / N.Y. Mets Mets / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 180 lb Age: 27 College: Stetson Bats/Throws L/R

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      Mets SP Jacob deGrom will start Game 2 of World Series

      Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom will start Game 2 of the World Series in Kansas City on Wednesday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports. The Mets will trot out Matt Harvey in Game 1, followed by deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, and Steven Matz. If the series goes the distance, deGrom will also take the mound in Game 6, as manager Terry Collins intends to use a strict four-man rotation. In three starts (all wins) this postseason, deGrom has given up four runs on 15 hits and five walks, while punching out 27 in 20 innings.

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      Mets' Jacob deGrom: Dealing with fatigue, may not start Game 1

      Manager Terry Collins believes deGrom is fatigued, and is therefore considering starting Matt Harvey in Game 1 of the World Series, MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reports. The Mets have not yet announced the official rotation for the World Series, but as strange as it sounds, Harvey might actually be the starter who lines up to potentially pitch three times for New York. DeGrom being fatigued should not be a surprise or a concern heading into 2016, as he has still been downright filthy in the postseason despite logging 211 innings so far, which tops his previous career high of 178.1 in 2014.

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      Mets stud SP Jacob deGrom potential Game 5 starter

      Mets standout starter Jacob DeGrom would receive the start in Game 5 against the Dodgers should it be required, Marc Carig of Newsday reports. DeGrom pitched a nearly flawless first playoff outing, tossing seven scoreless innings with 13 strikeouts, and could be rewarded with another National League Division Series start because of it. If that's the case, he would potentially be matched up with either Clayton Kershaw or Zack Greinke.

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      Mets SP Jacob deGrom was masterful in Game 1 of NLDS

      Mets starter Jacob deGrom tossed seven scoreless innings against the Dodgers on Friday to earn a victory in Game 1 of the NLDS. He allowed five hits and a walk while striking out 13. The right-hander had a little something extra on the big stage, with 73 of his 75 fastballs thrown clocking in above his regular-season average of 94.9 mph. He induced 24 swings-and-misses, outdueling Clayton Kershaw, who also turned in a double-digit strikeout performance. After the game, manager Terry Collins told ESPN New York that deGrom probably "went too far" to be an option to start Game 4 on short rest.

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      Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom to start Sunday's game

      Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom's next start will be Sunday against the Reds, Adam Rubin of ESPN reports. Degrom's scheduled spot in the rotation - Tuesday - is being filled by Logan Verrett. So in essence, deGrom misses a full turn, as he won't pitch until Sunday. That lines him up to start against Washington, October 2-4 at Citi Field, if necessary.

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      Mets' Logan Verrett to start in place of Jacob deGrom on Tuesday

      Mets starter Jacob deGrom will be skipped in the rotation Tuesday with Logan Verrett getting the nod in his place, ESPN New York reports. deGrom has a 6.41 ERA and .330 opponent batting average over his past five starts. The Mets believe that fatigue has resulted in a change in his release point, resulting in a loss in his normal pinpoint control, as his pitches have drifted up in the strike zone. The hope is that by skipping a start, it will relieve the fatigue and allow deGrom to close the season out strong. Verrett started in place of Matt Harvey on Monday and now gets another opportunity to replace a core member of the team's rotation. He went five innings Monday and should be able to go longer if needed Tuesday.

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      Mets SP Jacob deGrom has rough outing vs. Marlins on Tuesday

      Mets starter Jacob deGrom got clobbered for six runs on 10 hits with zero walks and five strikeouts over five innings Tuesday against the Marlins. It would have been tough to predict this outcome, as deGrom had a 1.63 ERA in 23 career starts at home and a 1.80 ERA against Miami prior to Tuesday's dud. There has been no talk of deGrom being skipped or shut down, but he could be feeling the effects of throwing a career-high 181 innings this season. He will make his next start Monday at home against the Braves, which should be as good a matchup as any for deGrom to get back on track.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Mets don't plan to skip Jacob deGrom's turn in rotation

      Mets manager Terry Collins said Thursday the team will not skip pitcher Jacob deGrom when it is his turn to pitch in September, reports ESPNNewYork.com. However, deGrom may have one of his starts pushed back, but he is scheduled to start Tuesday's game against the Marlins.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Mets SP Jacob deGrom nabs 13th victory

      Mets starter Jacob deGrom was locked in a pitcher's duel with Stephen Strasburg and came out on top in a critical start for New York. deGrom gave up five hits over seven innings of work, with his lone mistake a first-inning home run to Bryce Harper. He settled down after that and finished with nine strikeouts. The Mets starter is 4-1 over his last 10 starts and has maintained his ERA at 2.40.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Mets announce rotation plans for weekend series

      The Mets will open their three-game series at Miami on Friday with Jacob deGrom on the mound, the team announced Wednesday. The team will then turn to Bartolo Colon for Saturday's game with Steven Matz concluding the series Sunday.

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