Mets Ace Jacob deGrom Placed on IL, Will Undergo MRI on Elbow


Manager Mickey Callaway said the reigning NL Cy Young Award victor has been scratched from his start Saturday at St. Louis.

After battling a case of strep throat, deGrom said he had whole body soreness and got out of his routine, not throwing as much as he likes to since his last start on Sunday.

Callaway said the right-hander would still get examined by team doctors, but that he is feeling good enough that it might be deemed unnecessary to undergo an MRI.

The reigning NL Cy Young Award victor was scratched from his start today in St. Louis.

DeGrom had Tommy John surgery in 2010.

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DeGrom has not looked like himself in his last two starts, allowing five home runs across both outings.

New York Mets righthanded pitcher Jacob deGrom has been placed on the injured list and will undergo an MRI on his elbow on Monday, the Mets announced on Friday.

Such news about an ace would be alarming for any team, but especially so for the Mets, who are built around their starting pitching and rewarded deGrom with a five-year contract extension worth $137.5 million last month.

The 30-year-old deGrom won the Cy Young last season with a 1.70 ERA in 32 starts.

And Just Me Talking Here, I would Have Done the Same Thing Because You Want Your Best Players Out Playing Instead of Being Hurt Down The Road. "I think the move we made was (done so for) no other (reason) than the earliest he'd be able to pitch is probably Wednesday, and then we have (an) off day, so we figured it'd end up being Friday". However, the subsequent pair of games were decidedly less dominant for deGrom, as he allowed nine runs - all earned - on 13 hits, including five homers and five walks.