New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom will not choose up a baseball for no less than one other two weeks because the staff continues to watch irritation in his throwing elbow, supervisor Luis Rojas mentioned Friday.
DeGrom, 33, flew to Los Angeles earlier within the week to have an MRI learn by medical doctors. It confirmed some progress in his restoration however not sufficient to start out pitching once more.
“It is barely enhancing, however it may be two extra weeks, no throwing,” Rojas mentioned in a Zoom session with reporters. “Then we’ll see additional imaging after two weeks.”
DeGrom has been out greater than a month already because the Mets have fallen out of first place within the Nationwide League East with out him on the mound. He’s 7-2 with a 1.08 ERA and has endured begins and stops to his season, leaving a number of video games early on account of arm troubles.
“He is annoyed,” Rojas mentioned. “He desires to pitch. He desires to assist the staff. There’s nothing he can do. Simply should commit to those two weeks.”
DeGrom knowledgeable his teammates of his standing after his return from Los Angeles.
“Even after listening to this information, I do not suppose that is going to place these guys’ heads down,” Rojas mentioned.
Rojas mentioned they have not charted a plan for deGrom if the Mets make it to the postseason.
“We’ve not talked previous the 2 weeks about any of that,” Rojas mentioned. “We’ll belief that these two weeks are going to do effectively for him.”