The Mets ace Jacob DeGrom is dealing with another injury.
This time, New York’s ace is experiencing a tight right forearm. Head coach Luis Rojas told reporters on Saturday that DeGrom was excluded from his original starting position in the Cincinnati game against the Reds on Monday because he was nervous at the bullpen meeting on Friday.
Rojas also told reporters that De Grom had undergone an MRI examination on Friday night and the results showed no structural damage. Nevertheless, deGrom will not pitch until at least Tuesday, because Rojas said deGrom is there every day. His last appearance was against the Brewers on July 7.
The All-Star right-hander has missed many times due to injury this season:
From May to now, he has not missed a round.
The 33-year-old DeGrom was selected to the National League All-Star team this season, but did not play in Denver last week.he Tell reporter He wanted to spend time with his family, “recovering health in the second half.”
When he is able to take the mound in 2021, he has always performed well in history. He entered the All-Star Game with MLB’s best 1.08 ERA (1.24 FIP) and 13.27 strikeouts every nine innings.
Marcus Stroman, Tylor Megill and Taijuan Walker are healthy rotation members of the Mets coming out of the break. Jerad Eickhoff is an option to fill one of the two vacant positions. He is already on the 26-man roster and has started twice for the team this year.