Offbeat Jacob deGrom takes early exit, Mets fall 4-2 to Phillies

02:30  14 may  2018
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PHILADELPHIA — The Mets got Jacob deGrom back from the disabled list Sunday, but not for long enough. The Phillies chased him after just one 45-pitch inning and went on to beat the Mets bullpen Sunday, 4-2, at Citizens Bank Park.

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DeGrom just came off the DL Sunday morning with a hyperextended elbow. He pitched just one inning Sunday before the Mets removed him. DeGrom had to work extremely hard to get through that bottom of the first, throwing 45 pitches and making a good defensive play to escape unscathed.

The Mets announced that they removed him for precautionary reasons, citing the 45 pitches, a career-high in an inning for deGrom, and the 59-minute delay to start the game. They emphasized it was not because of his previous injury.

But it left the Mets bullpen to pick up eight innings.

They kept it scoreless into the sixth, but then Mets manager Mickey Callaway stuck with Paul Sewald against left-handed pinch-hitter Nick Williams in the sixth, even with Jerry Blevins up and ready to go. Sewald's splits against lefties this season have been strong and in his only other time facing Williams, Sewald had struck him out.

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Jacob deGrom exited in the seventh inning when a line drive hit him on the back side of his upper right arm. That bruise dampened a brilliant performance by deGrom and the Mets in a 10-0 win over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.

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Sunday, however, the right-handed reliever's slider hung over the plate and Williams crushed a three-run home run to take the lead.

Jeurys Familia gave up a lead-off homer to Carlos Santana in the eighth inning.

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After walking just 11 hitters in 43.1 innings this season coming into the game, deGrom walked the first three batters he faced on full counts. He struck out Rhys Hoskins and made a good play to get Cesar Hernandez in a force out at the plate on Carlos Santana's fielder's choice. He went to a full count on Maikel Franco before striking him out to escape without giving up a run.

The Phillies made deGrom work for it. They fouled off 20 balls in the inning. The 45 pitches surpassed his previous career-high of pitches in an inning, which was 37 against the Braves in 2014.

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Jacob deGrom perfectly fielded Carlos Santana's tapper and fired home for the force out of Cesar Hernandez at the plate, saving a run in the first.


Nick Williams' three-run home run off Paul Sewald in the bottom of the sixth inning.


Robert Gsellman pitched three scoreless innings on 42 pitches after deGrom's early exit. In the last 15 days, Gsellman has made six appearances, allowing six earned runs in 11.2 earned runs. He has thrown 153 pitches over that span.


20. The Phillies fouled off 20 pitches against deGrom in the first inning, helping run up his pitch count and run him out of the game after the first inning.


Yoenis Cespedes hit his eighth homer of the season and made a solid defensive play, running down Maikel Franco's shallow fly ball to left and making a shoestring catch, despite nursing a right quad injury.


Jacob deGrom lasted just one inning, officially the shortest start of his career. He needed a career-high 45 pitches to get through that inning, surpassing the 37 he threw in an inning against the Braves in 2014.

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