DeGrom (8-7) allowed one run (zero earned) on seven hits while striking out nine over nine innings as he secured the victory Saturday against Philadelphia. DeGrom turned in a dominant outing, as the Phillies managed to plate just one unearned run in the seventh inning. He was extremely efficient in the third complete game of his career, tossing 78 of 108 total pitches for strikes. The 30-year-old ace has notched three straight victories, and he'll head into his next outing with a stellar 1.71 ERA and 0.96 WHIP with a 204:36 K:BB over 168 innings.
DeGrom (7-7) allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out 12 over 6.2 innings as he picked up the win Monday against the Yankees. DeGrom surrendered a pair of runs in the third inning which tied the game 2-2, but he'd finally get some run support, as he left the contest with a four-run lead. DeGrom continues to dominate in 2018, as he's allowed just four earned runs over his previous three outings (20.2 frames) while racking up 31 punchouts. The 30-year-old sports a 1.81 ERA and 0.97 WHIP with an eye-popping 195:36 K:BB through 159 innings this season.
DeGrom (6-7) allowed four hits and one walk while striking out 10 over six scoreless innings in a win over the Reds on Wednesday. The right-hander finally got some support from his offense and bullpen and landed in the win column for the first time in more than seven weeks. DeGrom being just 6-7 on the year speaks more to the futility of the pitcher win than anything else -- he has a strong case for the Cy Young Award, having posted the lowest ERA among qualified starters and the second-best K-BB rate in the National League to this point in the season. He lines up for two starts next week (@NYY, @PHI).
DeGrom (5-7) struck out nine but was saddled with the loss as the Mets fell 2-1 to the Braves on Friday. He allowed two runs on six hits and one walk over eight innings. It's become almost comical how little support the Mets have been able to provide deGrom in 2018. His numbers against the rest of the NL East sum up the club's lost season nicely: In 12 starts, he has a 1.82 ERA and 88:18 K:BB in 74.1 innings...and a 1-3 record to show for that brilliance. DeGrom will look for his first win since June 18, or at least his 15th straight quality start, in his next outing Wednesday at home against the Reds.
DeGrom (5-6) gave up three runs on eight hits with zero walks and five strikeouts in seven innings in a loss to Pittsburgh on Saturday. Trevor Williams blanked the Mets, so deGrom now has one win (on June 18) since May 18, which is a shocking reality, given that he has a 1.82 ERA in 138.1 innings this season. He will look to snap this bleak streak in his next outing at home against the Braves on Friday.