DeGrom (4-2) allowed two runs on four hits and two walks over seven innings Monday, striking out 14 and taking the loss to the Rays.
As usual, deGrom was dominant Monday but the Mets didn't provide much help at the dish. The 32-year-old tied his season best with 14 strikeouts while allowing just a pair of runs, one on a sacrifice fly and another from a solo shot by Nate Lowe. He's making a strong push toward his third straight NL Cy Young, sporting a 2.14 ERA and 94:16 K:BB. DeGrom will look to squeeze in one more start before the season ends in Washington this weekend.
DeGrom (hamstring) threw another side session Saturday and is expected to make his scheduled start Monday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
DeGrom exited Wednesday's start with a right hamstring spasm, but he shouldn't have to miss any turns through the rotation as manager Luis Rojas said Saturday that he's in line to start Monday. Assuming he's indeed able to return, the right-hander lines up for one more start in the regular season after Monday's outing.
DeGrom (hamstring) threw a side session prior to Friday's game, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports.
The team received positive feedback about deGrom's latest throwing session. The right-hander left Wednesday's start with a right hamstring spasm, but it appears as though he's in line to be available for his next turn through the rotation Monday as long as he doesn't experience any setbacks.
DeGrom (hamstring) played catch and received treatment Thursday, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
Manager Luis Rojas called it a "positive day," which is a good sign after the veteran right-hander was removed from Wednesday's start after two innings due to a right hamstring spasm. DeGrom's next turn through the rotation lines up for Monday, and he appears likely to make that start if he can avoid any setbacks over the weekend.
DeGrom (hamstring) believes he'll be fine to make his final two starts of the regular season, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports.
The 32-year-old was lifted after two innings Wednesday due to a hamstring spasm, an issue that apparently cropped up during his previous start, though he didn't inform the team at the time. DeGrom's next turn through the rotation lines up for Monday against Tampa Bay, and he appears likely to take the mound again barring a setback.
DeGrom exited Wednesday's start against the Phillies with a right hamstring spasm, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
The 32-year-old was removed after giving up three runs over two innings due to the injury. The severity of the issue remains unclear, leaving deGrom's status for his next turn through the rotation up in the air.
DeGrom was removed from Wednesday's game against the Phillies after allowing three runs on four hits with one strikeout and one walk over two innings, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
The team has yet to announce an injury, but the right-hander was seen talking to the athletic trainer in the dugout between innings. The three earned runs is the most deGrom has surrendered during a start this season.
DeGrom (4-1) allowed one run on three hits and two walks while striking out nine over six innings as he earned the win Friday against the Blue Jays.
DeGrom has allowed no more than one earned run in each of his last five starts, but he's only been rewarded with two wins during that time. He had no trouble securing the victory Friday, as the Mets scored 14 runs over the first four innings. The right-hander now carries a career-best 1.67 ERA and 0.87 WHIP through 54 innings this season. His next start should come on the road Thursday against the Phillies.
DeGrom (3-1) allowed one run on three hits and two walks while striking out 12 over seven innings to earn the win Sunday against the Phillies.
DeGrom allowed a season-high four runs during his last trip to the mound, but he was dominant against Philadelphia as his only blemish was a solo home run in the second inning. The Mets' offense also had a dominant performance by providing 14 runs, allowing deGrom to pick up a comfortable win. The righty now has a 1.69 ERA and 70:11 K:BB over 48 innings this year. His next start should come on the road Saturday against the Blue Jays.
DeGrom (2-1) took the loss Monday against the Marlins, allowing four runs (one earned) on six hits and two walks across six innings pitched. He struck out nine.
It was looking like the defending National League Cy Young winner would cruise to 3-0 as he allowed just two hits in five scoreless innings to start the outing. However a solo homer by Garrett Cooper to start the sixth, followed by a fielding error and three more hits, led to a four-run inning for the Marlins. All in all, the right-hander was charged with just one earned run, though he took his first loss of the campaign. DeGrom will look to get back in win column when he takes the hill Sunday against the Phillies.
DeGrom gave up one run on two hits and two walks while striking out 14 in seven innings in a no-decision versus the Marlins on Wednesday.
DeGrom put the Mets in a good position to win, but reliever Justin Wilson allowed three runs to tie the game. That forced deGrom to settle for his fourth no-decision in six starts. The right-hander has a stellar 1.80 ERA and 0.83 WHIP with a 49:7 K:BB across 35 innings this year. He currently lines up to face the Orioles on Tuesday, but it's possible deGrom works on short rest to start one of Sunday's games in a doubleheader versus the Yankees.
DeGrom will start Wednesday's game against the Marlins, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
He will get an extra day of rest, as he was unable to get on a mound for a side session until Monday due to the team's altered schedule. Seth Lugo will start a bullpen game in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader while Rick Porcello starts the matinee. The Mets would not confirm that deGrom would not pitch later this week, so we may see him pitch on short rest against the Yankees on Sunday, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
DeGrom allowed just four hits and struck out seven through six shutout innings Wednesday against the Marlins. He did not factor in the decision.
DeGrom put himself in good position to pick up his third consecutive win Wednesday after firing six dominant innings but his day was spoiled after the Mets' bullpen squandered another late lead. The reigning NL Cy Young winner owns an impressive 1.93 ERA and 35:5 K:BB through 28 innings pitched. He is scheduled to take the mound again Tuesday in what will be his third consecutive start against the Marlins.
DeGrom won't have any workload limitations for his start Wednesday in Miami, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
DeGrom will be starting for the first time in 10 days after being scratched from his previous start with a stiff neck. He's been able to throw several times in the intervening days, however, so he should be able to pitch deep into the game against the Marlins.
DeGrom (neck) will pitch Wednesday against the Marlins, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
DeGrom threw a bullpen session Monday and felt good afterward, so he'll be able to return to the mound after missing just one start. The right-hander was scratched from his scheduled start Friday with neck stiffness, but he's thrown three times since then and hasn't faced any setbacks. It's unclear whether he'll have a workload restriction during his return.
DeGrom (neck) played catch again Sunday and felt better, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
DeGrom was scratched from his scheduled start Friday against the Phillies due to neck stiffness. Whether or not he's able to make his next turn in the rotation Wednesday against the Marlins remains up in the air, but he's at least making progress in that direction.
DeGrom (neck) played catch from about 90 feet Saturday afternoon, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
DeGrom is just going through the proper steps with the hopes that he'll be ready to go for his next turn through the rotation, currently scheduled for Wednesday against the Marlins. The 2019 NL Cy Young winner is expected to throw a bullpen session Sunday if his neck is loose enough.
DeGrom was scratched from Friday's start against the Phillies with neck tightness, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
The 32-year-old apparently experienced the tightness following Sunday's start versus the Marlins, and the issue lingered throughout the week. DeGrom plans to throw a bullpen session Sunday or Monday since there's no structural issues, per Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, leaving his status for his next couple turns through the rotation up in the air. Walker Lockett will take the mound Friday in his absence.
DeGrom was scratched from Friday's start at Philadelphia for unspecified reasons, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports.
The team hasn't provided an official reason for deGrom being scratched, but he did have a finger issue crop up during his previous start Sunday. It's also unclear who will be taking the mound Friday for the Mets, but more information should be available later in the afternoon.
DeGrom (finger) will start Friday's game against the Phillies in Philadelphia.
DeGrom indicated after his most recent start Sunday against the Marlins that he experienced a finger issue during the outing, but he was able to complete a between-starts bullpen session to stay on his normal rest schedule heading into Friday's turn. The right-hander, who has gone 2-0 with a 2.45 ERA, 0.95 WHIP and 28 strikeouts in 22 innings this season, isn't expected to face any limitations Friday.
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