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Innings Pitched
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Earned Run Average
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Aug 13, 2022 6.0 2 0 1.62 31
Aug 7, 2022 5.2 1 0 2.53 26
Aug 2, 2022 5.0 0 0 1.80 14

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 7123.7 16.7 2 28 1 1.62 0.42
2021 35823.9 92.0 7 2 146 11 1.08 0.55
2020 21517.9 68.0 4 2 104 18 2.38 0.96
3y Avg. 38419.2 121.3 7 4 168 24 2.08 0.86
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Strikes out 10 for win

    DeGrom (2-0) gave up two hits and no walks while striking out 10 over six shutout innings to earn the win in a 1-0 victory over the Phillies on Saturday. DeGrom was his usual dominant self in Saturday night's pitching duel against Aaron Nola. He racked up the 10 strikeouts on 19 swinging strikes by peppering the zone with his hard fastball and mixing in a heavy dose of his nasty slider. The scoreless appearance drops his ERA to 1.62 over three starts during this injury-shortened season. The 34-year-old right-hander now has 28 strikeouts in 16.2 innings pitched and has walked only one batter. It is worth seeing if he can continue to increase his workload from the 76 pitches he threw against the Phillies. He is tentatively expected to make his next start at Atlanta.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Strikes out 12 in first win

    DeGrom (1-0) allowed two runs on a hit and a walk while striking out 12 through 5.2 innings, earning the win Sunday over Atlanta. DeGrom fell one out shy of a quality start, but he stretched out to 76 pitches (50 strikes) in his second outing of the season. He's already racked up 18 strikeouts in 10.2 innings. In Sunday's start, he averaged 99.1 mph on his fastball and topped out at 101.6 mph, so there's little to be concerned about with his velocity. He'll carry a 2.53 ERA and 0.47 WHIP into his next start, currently projected as a home outing against the Phillies next weekend.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Excels in season debut

    DeGrom (shoulder) didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Nationals, allowing one run on three hits while striking out six and walking none. DeGrom fared about as well as could have been expected in his season debut, throwing 46 of 59 pitches for strikes across five frames. The flamethrower was on a pitch count after returning from a lengthy absence, otherwise the Mets would have let him continue mowing down Washington's offense. DeGrom threw 13 pitches at 100 miles per hour or higher, topping out at 101.6 mph and averaging 99.7 mph overall.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Activated for season debut

    The Mets reinstated deGrom (shoulder) from the 60-day injured list to start Tuesday's game in Washington. Just as the team had announced a few days earlier, deGrom will make his first start with the Mets since July 7, 2021 after he recently wrapped up a four-outing rehab assignment in the minors. In his final outing with Triple-A Syracuse on July 27, deGrom built up to four innings and 67 pitches, so he could have some light restrictions with his workload as he returns to the mound for the big club. The two-time Cy Young Award winner will line up for a two-start week, with his second turn set to come Sunday versus Atlanta at Citi Field.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Making 2022 debut Tuesday

    DeGrom (shoulder) will start Tuesday's game against the Nationals, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. DeGrom made four starts during his recent rehab assignment, and he posted a 2.84 ERA and 0.87 WHIP in 12.2 innings. While he gave up four runs in four innings during Wednesday's outing, he felt good afterward and will make his 2022 debut Tuesday on an extra day of rest. The right-hander threw 67 pitches during his most recent start, so it's possible that he'll have his workload monitored during Tuesday's matchup in Washington.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Should make 2022 debut next week

    Manager Buck Showalter said after deGrom's (shoulder) rehab start Wednesday with Triple-A Syracuse that he expects the right-hander to return from the 60-day injured list to make his next appearance with the big club, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. DeGrom's fourth rehab start and second in a row with Syracuse didn't go well from a results standpoint -- he served up four earned runs on four hits and three walks over four innings -- but Showalter noted that the two-time Cy Young Award winner "felt good" physically, which is the most important thing. Despite laboring through his four innings, deGrom struck out six batters and showed more efficiency late in the start than he did earlier in the day. He ultimately finished with 67 pitches, so he could face a slight workload restriction if he does in fact come off the IL to make his first start with the Mets since July 7, 2021. Anthony DiComo of MLB.com suggests Tuesday's game in Washington is the likely target for deGrom's debut in order to give him an extra day of rest beyond the standard four in between starts.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Making another rehab start

    DeGrom (shoulder) will require at least one more rehab start prior to rejoining the Mets' rotation, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. DeGrom tossed 60 pitches over five innings during a simulated game Thursday, but the team apparently doesn't yet consider him ready to return. The right-hander will be sidelined for at least one more turn through the rotation but should be in the mix to rejoin the team after that. Prior to his rehab start next week, deGrom will work out at Citi Field on Sunday.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Throws sim game

    DeGrom (shoulder) threw 60 pitches across five innings in a simulated game Thursday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. DeGrom felt good after the session, which alleviates some of the concern that emerged when he experienced shoulder soreness Sunday. It's unclear if deGrom will make an additional rehab start prior to joining the Mets, or if he will be a candidate to start a game during the team's series against the Yankees next week -- which would be in line with his original timeline.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Dealing with mild shoulder soreness

    DeGrom had his simulated game pushed back from Tuesday to Thursday after he experienced mild soreness around his shoulder Sunday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Though the soreness cropped back up Sunday, deGrom was able to play catch Monday and Tuesday without any renewed discomfort. DeGrom appears to have steered clear of setback, as the Mets relayed that his simulated outing was pushed back "out of an abundance of caution." Even so, the two-day delay in what was expected to his final tune-up session before returning from the 60-day injured list will likely take him out of the mix for making a start this weekend against the Padres. DeGrom could be ready to make his season debut at some point next week, assuming the Mets are comfortable plugging him into the rotation without sending him out for another minor-league rehab start beforehand.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Scheduled to throw live BP

    DeGrom (shoulder) is slated to throw live BP on Tuesday, Deesha Thosar of FoxSports.com reports. DeGrom has made three rehab starts over the last few weeks, and he stretched out to 42 pitches during his most recent outing. His live BP over the All-Star break will serve as his fourth rehab appearance, and he'll be re-evaluated afterward. If he feels good following the throwing session, deGrom should be in the mix to rejoin the Mets' rotation shortly after the All-Star break.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Stretches out to 42 pitches

    DeGrom (shoulder) threw four innings while allowing an unearned run and striking out four in a rehab appearance at Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. DeGrom added an extra inning to his workload from his previous rehab outing, and he needed only 42 pitches to complete his four innings. He is expected to throw a simulated game at some point during the All-Star break, and his status will be decided from there. Mike Puma of the New York Post reports that the team has discussed either July 24 or July 26 as potential days for deGrom to make his season debut.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Making rehab start Thursday

    DeGrom (shoulder) is scheduled to make a rehab start at Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. DeGrom was targeting Wednesday or Thursday for his third rehab start, and the team will ultimately choose the latter option so he has an additional day to rest before pitching for the Triple-A club. He's expected to throw at least 50 pitches during Thursday's outing, and it's not yet clear whether he'll make a fourth rehab start or whether his next appearance after Thursday will be with the major-league club.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Set for next rehab start

    DeGrom (shoulder) will make a rehab start either Wednesday or Thursday with Triple-A Syracuse, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. DeGrom managed to throw 36 pitches in the second start of his rehab assignment Friday, and he's expected to clear 50 pitches with Syracuse in his upcoming appearance. It's unclear whether the Mets may elect to activate deGrom and limit his pitch count after that outing, or if he will make a final rehab start before rejoining the big-league club.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Fans six in rehab start

    DeGrom (shoulder) tossed 36 pitches over three innings in Friday's rehab start with Single-A St. Lucie, striking out six batters, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. The right-hander topped out at 101 mph with his fastball as he thoroughly overmatched Florida State League batters. "It felt really good, was just happy to get out there and get three complete innings," deGrom said afterward. The upcoming minor-league All-Star breaks complicate the timetable for his return to the Mets' rotation, but deGrom appears to be on track to rejoin the club before July is over.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Next rehab start coming Friday

    DeGrom (shoulder) is penciled in to make the second start of his rehab assignment Friday with Single-A St. Lucie, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. According to DiComo, the Mets intend to keep deGrom on a four or five-day rest schedule between his outings, at least for the early portion of a rehab assignment that will likely consist of between three and five starts. With that in mind, deGrom doesn't look as though he'll be on pace to return from the 60-day injured list prior to the All-Star break, but he could be an option for the Mets' rotation when the team opens its second-half schedule July 22 with a three-game series with the Padres. DeGrom looked about as good as the Mets could have hoped in his first rehab start with St. Lucie on Sunday, when he struck out five of the six batters he faced while topping 100 miles per hour on seven of his 24 pitches.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Excels in rehab start

    DeGrom (shoulder) struck out five of the six batters he faced Sunday in his first rehab start with Single-A St. Lucie. He hit the other batter he faced with a pitch. Though his performance comes with the caveat that he was facing off against a lineup mostly made up of teenagers or players in their first year of professional ball, deGrom certainly looked to be in peak form during the 24-pitch outing, which was his first regular-season start at any level since July 7, 2021. He threw 18 strikes on the afternoon, eclipsing 100 miles per hour on seven of his pitches, according to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. DiComo also notes that team officials anticipate deGrom will need 3-to-5 rehab starts while he goes through a spring training-style ramp-up program, in which case he wouldn't line up for a start before the Mets' final game of the first half July 17 in Chicago if he sticks to a four-day rest schedule. However, if deGrom is able to stretch out to five innings during his rehab assignment and remains free of setbacks to his right shoulder, he should be ready to make a start during the Mets' first series out of the All-Star break.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Set for rehab start Sunday

    DeGrom (shoulder) will make a rehab start Sunday for Single-A St. Lucie, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. After throwing 27 pitches in a live batting practice session Wednesday, deGrom is ready to return to a live setting. DeGrom was shut down just before the start of the season with a stress reaction in his right scapula, and the Mets have taken a cautious approach to his rehab, building the all-world starter back up slowly. Expect him to make more than one rehab start in the minors. If all goes well, it's reasonable to think he could make one start for the big-league team before the All-Star break, but that's not a guarantee.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Close to rehab assignment

    DeGrom (shoulder) threw 27 pitches during live batting practice Wednesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The live batting practice session was the third deGrom has thrown in just over a week, and he was able to increase his pitch count Wednesday from his previous two workouts. Mets manager Buck Showalter said that the team will meet Thursday to determine the right-hander's next steps, but the skipper indicated that deGrom is close to beginning a rehab assignment.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Throws 20 pitches Saturday

    DeGrom (shoulder) threw 20 pitches over one inning during live BP on Saturday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. DeGrom faced live hitters for the second time during Saturday's throwing session, and he's slated to throw at least one more live BP in the coming days. Following his next throwing session, the Mets plan to evaluate whether the right-hander is ready to begin a minor-league rehab assignment.
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  • Mets' Jacob deGrom: Throwing another live BP

    DeGrom (shoulder) is scheduled to throw live batting practice Saturday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. The 34-year-old faced live batters for the first time Tuesday, and he'll continue ramping up his workload. Assuming he avoids any setbacks, deGrom could require a couple more sessions of live BP before advancing to a minor-league rehab assignment, which could happen within the next week or two.
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