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Jacob Degrom’s injury worsens and he will be two weeks without pitching

Jacob Degrom’s injury worsens and he will be two weeks without pitching

The bad news is still on the surface for the New York Mets. Continuing with the injury of stellar pitcher Jacob deGrom, who will miss two more weeks in his rehabilitation process due to the aggravation of his injury.
Jacob deGrom, has not launched a game in the MLB since last July 7, this as a cause of an inflammation in his right elbow, an injury that has cut off the aspirations of the stellar flamethrower in the current MLB campaign.
According to the most recent reports, released this Friday afternoon, after a press conference by the Mets manager in MLB, Luis Rojas, the inflammation in the pitcher’s elbow has worsened, which will result in the New York pitcher being out of the baseball field for two weeks.
In this press conference, the Mets foreman said that Jacob deGrom has had a treatment in search of better opinions in the city of Los Angeles, but no date closer to mid-September is foreseen as the return of the pitcher to the field. .
Before his catastrophic injury, Jacob deGrom had had a performance with a 1.08 ERA, posting a mark of 146 strikeouts in just 92.0 innings of work, as opposed to just 11 walks, which made the pitcher’s season 33. years, a preponderant footstep in his aspirations for awards this 2021, but that ends up going overboard with the latest news about the player’s health.
Jacob deGrom, has not been the only one affected by injuries in the Mets’ injury squad, but, one of the many players in their ranks who have seen their season stop, passing the team from the first position in the East division of the MLB National League to a second place, moving further away from the postseason each day. (Fielding)

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