DeGrom (5-7) allowed one run on six hits and three walks over five innings Sunday, striking out six and earning the win over Miami.
DeGrom usually has a stellar outing and gets let down by his offense, but this time the team earned him a victory despite his lackluster performance. The nine baserunners he allowed were his most since May 17 and it was his second straight outing with three walks. Still, he owns a terrific 144:28 K:BB and 3.21 ERA. DeGrom will take the mound in San Francisco on Saturday.
DeGrom didn't factor into the decision Friday, giving up two runs on three hits and three walks over seven innings while striking out 10 in a 7-2 loss to the Phillies.
The right-hander struck out double-digit batters for the third time in his last six starts and the fifth time overall this season while extending his quality start streak to seven outings. Despite his 2.68 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 61:7 K:BB through 47 innings over that stretch, deGrom has only won one of those seven trips to the mound, as the Mets' mediocre offense and volatile bullpen continue to let him down.
DeGrom (4-7) took the loss Friday, giving up three runs on six hits and two walks over six innings while striking out seven as the Mets were downed 6-2 by Atlanta.
The right-hander fired 71 of 107 pitches for strikes, but deGrom once again didn't get enough run support to turn his 11th quality start of the season into a win. He'll take a 3.32 ERA and 128:22 K:BB through 103 innings into his next outing July 5, at home against the Phillies.
DeGrom gave up two runs on eight hits and no walks while striking out nine through six innings in a no-decision against the Cubs on Sunday.
DeGrom was dominant in his fifth consecutive quality start, gathering 22 swinging strikes, including 15 on his slider. DeGrom had a callus rip off his foot in the game, but he said he was physically fine. The right-hander has a 4-6 record with a 3.25 ERA through 16 starts this season. DeGrom will make his next start Friday against the Braves at Citi Field.
DeGrom (4-6) allowed two earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out 10 across 8.1 innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Braves.
DeGrom took a shutout into the ninth inning, but was pulled after allowing back-to-back homers to Freddie Freeman and Josh Donaldson. Still, it was a dominant performance as he put together two separate stretches of retiring 10 Braves hitters in a row. He now has a 3.26 ERA and 1.08 WHIP with 112 strikeouts across 91 innings for the season. He'll draw a tough matchup at the Cubs in his next start, currently scheduled for Sunday.
DeGrom allowed two runs on six hits with eight strikeouts and no walks across seven innings in a no-decision against the Cardinals in a suspended game that will be finished Friday.
When he departed, the Mets held a two-run lead, but Edwin Diaz blew his save opportunity. DeGrom's numbers aren't as good as last season, but he's still pitching a lot better than his 3-6 record indicates. He's yielded one or two runs in each of his last six outings, and yet he doesn't have a win during that span. Overall, deGrom has a 3.38 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 102 strikeouts in 82.2 innings. He will next pitch at the Braves on Tuesday.
DeGrom (3-6) took the loss Friday as the Mets fell 5-1 to the Rockies, giving up two runs on six hits and a walk over six innings while striking out 10.
The hip issue which cut short deGrom's last start didn't seem to be bothering him, as he struck out double-digit batters for the third time this season. The right-hander now has eight quality starts in 13 trips to the mound, and he'll take a 3.45 ERA and 94:20 K:BB through 75.2 innings into his next outing Thursday, at home against the Cardinals.
DeGrom (hip) is starting Friday's game against Colorado, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
DeGrom was lifted early from his last start against the Diamondbacks due to a hip cramp, but he's been cleared to toe the rubber Friday evening. He hasn't picked up a win since May 11 against the Marlins, so he'll aim to get back to winning ways against the visiting Rockies.
DeGrom was pulled from Saturday's start against the Diamondbacks with a hip cramp, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
DeGrom was visited by the athletic trainer and removed after facing another hitter with his hip cramping up, though he said after the game he was fine by the time manager Mickey Callaway came out to make the move. It doesn't seem to be an issue of concern, and deGrom appears as though he'll be ready to take the mound next weekend at home against the Rockies.
DeGrom was removed from Saturday's start against the Diamondbacks with an apparent hip injury, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.
DeGrom was visited by an athletic trainer during the seventh inning and initially stayed in the game, but he exited accompanied by said trainer after giving up a double to the next hitter. The 30-year-old allowed one run on five hits across 6.2 innings and had seven strikeouts with one walk. The specifics and severity of the injury are not yet known.
DeGrom threw five innings in a no-decision against the Dodgers on Monday, giving up two earned runs on seven hits, striking out two and walking one in a 9-5 defeat for the Mets.
DeGrom emerged with a respectable final line despite recording just two strikeouts, but struggled with his efficiency as he needed 105 pitches to make it through five frames. DeGrom has an uncharacteristically high 3.71 ERA through 63 innings, but he does still sport an excellent 77:18 K:BB. He's scheduled to take the mound next on the road against the Diamondbacks on Saturday.
DeGrom didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 6-1 win over the Nationals, giving up one run on two hits and three walks over six innings while striking out eight.
In a matchup of aces, deGrom gave up a first-inning solo shot to Adam Eaton before locking down the Washington offense, but with Max Scherzer firing zeros it seemed like the Mets right-hander was headed for his sixth loss before the bullpens got involved. DeGrom will take a 3.72 ERA and 75:17 K:BB through 58 innings into his next start Monday, on the road against the Dodgers.
DeGrom (3-5) took the loss Friday, surrendering seven runs (six earned) on nine hits over five innings while striking out three as the Mets were downed 8-6 by the Marlins.
Miami snapped its 27-inning scoreless streak when Garrett Cooper ended a 10-pitch at-bat against deGrom in the third with a two-run single, and the right-hander never seemed to recover his confidence after failing to put Cooper away. He'll carry a 3.98 ERA and 67:14 K:BB through 52 innings into his next start Wednesday, at home against the Nats.
DeGrom (3-4) earned the win against the Marlins on Saturday by allowing only one run on five hits over seven innings. He fanned eight and walked one.
DeGrom was in top form again Saturday as he pounded the zone with 78 strikes in 106 pitches, throwing first-pitch strikes to 20 of 27 batters. The Mets were finally able to provide some run support, though deGrom still pitched in an RBI single of his own. The 30-year-old has delivered seven frames in each of his last three outings while allowing only three runs on 11 hits with a 21:4 K:BB. DeGrom now has a 3.26 ERA and 1.11 WHIP, and lines up to face either the Nationals or Marlins late next week.
DeGrom (2-4) took the loss Monday, allowing two runs on four hits and a walk over seven innings while striking out seven as the Mets fell 4-0 to the Padres.
The reigning NL Cy Young winner was in top form, firing 72 of 103 pitches for strikes and generating 19 swinging strikes, but rookie Chris Paddack was just that much better for San Diego. DeGrom now has his ERA down to 3.60, and he'll look to continue whittling away at it Sunday in a home start against the Marlins.
DeGrom allowed three hits and two walks while striking out six across seven scoreless innings Wednesday against the Reds. He did not factor into the decision.
DeGrom returned to his dominant form, holding the Reds hitless into the fifth inning and not allowing an extra-base hit for the entirety of his start. He also generated 20 swinging strikes, continuing his elite ability to miss bats. Though his lack of run support was reminiscent of last season, it was encouraging to see him bounce back after allowing 14 earned runs across his last 13 innings spanning three starts. He'll look to keep things going in his next outing, which should come Monday at San Diego.
DeGrom (2-3) allowed five runs on five hits and three walks while striking out seven over four innings Friday to take the loss against the Brewers.
To put it simply, deGrom just didn't have it in Friday's outing. His night did begin with a three-hour rain delay, which certainly didn't help his cause. He really struggled to locate his pitches throughout the contest, and the reigning NL Cy Young winner surrendered all five of his runs in the fifth inning. Following a brief trip to the injured list due to an elbow issue, deGrom still doesn't quite look like himself.
DeGrom (elbow) will be activated off the 10-day injured list to start Friday against the Brewers.
DeGrom underwent an MRI on Monday but a negative test result and successful bullpen session Wednesday cleared the way for his return from the injured list. The 30-year-old will end up spending the 10-day minimum on the IL despite the initial scare the injury provided. The right-hander has a 3.68 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 36:7 K:BB over 22 innings through his first four starts.
DeGrom (elbow) threw another bullpen session Wednesday without issues and remains on track to start Friday against the Brewers, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
DeGrom dealt with an elbow scare but has received consistently positive news for several days now. He's thrown without issue and was cleared of any serious issue by an MRI, so he should be set to return when first eligible.
DeGrom underwent an MRI on his sore elbow Monday that came back clean, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports.
DeGrom had been expected to forgo an MRI but ended up getting one anyway. The test confirmed that he's in good shape, and reports earlier in the day suggested that he could return from the injured list when first eligible Friday for the Mets' series opener against the Brewers. The Mets have yet to officially confirm their plans, but deGrom will presumably get the green light to return if he experiences no issues coming out of his 30-pitch bullpen session Monday.
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