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Jacob deGrom makes MLB history

Jacob deGrom makes MLB history

It is true that the New York Mets beat the San Diego Padres 3-2 in their game this Friday for the 2021 season of Major League Baseball (MLB), and it is also true that he was injured causing concern, but the concrete thing is that the pitcher Jacob deGrom has once again stepped into the centuries-old history of the competition.
The native of DeLand, Florida, had a superb performance both as a pitcher and in his turn at bat. On the mound, he threw a total of 80 pitches and extended his scoreless streak to 22 innings, defeating Fernando Tatis Jr. in the singles match.
While at batting time, deGrom faced the minimum of six innings and hit a two-run single for a total of five RBIs in MLB 2021, a statistic comparable to the four earned runs he has allowed throughout the tournament.
Jacob deGrom continues to make MLB history
His current performance at the time of pitching, allows the top candidate to be the MVP of the National League to have an ERA of 0.56, the fewest amount of a pitcher in 10 starting games, leaving in the past what he has done. Dominican Juan Marichal who had 0.59 in 1966.
Pure power: Jacob deGrom completed 27 throws over 100 miles per hour
To make matters worse, deGrom became the first pitcher in MLB history to hit 100 strikeouts the fastest, needing just 61.2 innings, surpassing the 61.1 needed by Shane Bieber (Cleveland Indians) in 2020, and Max Scherzer ( Washington Nationals) in 2018-
For those who ask what happened to the pitcher, because the Mets reported that he suffered a tendonitis in the right flexor and it is a doubt for the next commitments of his team, which leads the East Division of the National League, with a record of 31 victories and 24 defeats. (GG) (Bolavip)

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