Jacob deGrom headed for MRI on pitching elbow

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

DeGrom (elbow) tosses day after IL, MRI planned

"So I chose to throw today and actually felt good with how it went". NY put him on the IL retroactive to April 16.

New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom doesn't think his recent elbow issue is anything serious, according to Steve Gelbs of SNY.

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.

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Mets manager Mickey Callaway said they reversed course because he responded well to treatment.

Jacob deGrom was seen playing catch today again at Busch Stadium.

After allowing no runs and eight hits over 13 innings while winning his first two starts, deGrom allowed nine runs and 13 hits in nine innings over the past two.

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"Much improved", Callaway said. He Had an 1.70 ERA In 32 Starts and was Pitching Great. But I can Say this For Sure, DeGrom Is coming off Of Two Shaky Starts.

DeGrom, the reigning National League Cy Young Award victor, was roughed up badly in each of his past two starts to see his ERA soar to 3.68. "We had that discussion, 'Hey, should we just wait till we see the doctor?' I said, 'Well it's not feeling bad, so why go two more, nearly three more days without throwing?"

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. He started for the Mets that day and took the loss after giving up five runs over three innings against the Tampa Bay Rays. He signed a $137.5 million, five-year contract in March ahead of opening day.

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