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Mets' Jacob deGrom could progress to bullpen sessions by this weekend

The Mets have been without Jacob deGrom all season, although the club has maintained he’s progressing well in his recovery from a Spring Training stress reaction in his scapula. deGrom has been throwing off flat ground for a couple weeks, and Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News tweeted yesterday that he’s lengthened out to throwing from 95-100 feet.
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Mets’ Jacob deGrom will now be rehabbing in New York

SAN FRANCISCO — Jacob deGrom’s rehab has moved north to Queens. The Mets ace has shifted his workouts to Citi Field after spending the last several weeks in Florida, according to pitching coach Jeremy Hefner, as organizational officials look to monitor deGrom more closely in his rehab from a stress reaction on his right scapula. “He’s getting closer to some of the things that we need to see him to do to progress in his throwing program,” Hefner said. “We want to get him around the team and around the guys, and he’s a good presence to have around, too.” DeGrom is throwing...
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New York Mets may be pushing luck with Jacob deGrom

The New York Mets have not had much luck regarding injuries on the pitching front. Jacob deGrom has yet to pitch this season, while Max Scherzer and Tylor Megill have joined him on the Injured List. The Mets pitching depth, which had been solid to start the year, has already been tested.

MLB agents think Jacob deGrom opting out of Mets deal no matter what

Jacob deGrom is back in regular touch with the Mets, he’s started throwing and at least one Mets person suggested he wouldn’t rule out a “late June” return. That’s all positive, but given history, and his own words, if he’s only able to put in a cameo (or maybe even if he isn’t), the experts believe he will still make good on his promise to opt out. My survey of 12 agents (not his own agent) suggests he won’t need to do much more than get back on the mound for a couple or few starts – if that — to...

Could Mets ace Jacob deGrom return in late June?

Last week, New York Mets general manager Billy Eppler told reporters the club was "not going to set timelines" regarding the potential return of ace Jacob deGrom, who has missed the entire 2022 season to date with a stress reaction in the scapula of his pitching shoulder. While the Mets...

Jacob deGrom could return as early as next month?

The New York Mets have faced a slew of injuries to their pitching staff recently. The team placed ace Max Scherzer on the injured list with an oblique strain on May 19, and placed Tylor Megill on the 15-day injured list with biceps tendinitis before then. But arguably their most...
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Mets Rumors: Jacob deGrom Could Return from Shoulder Injury in Late June

Jacob deGrom hasn't pitched yet this season because of a shoulder injury, but he could make his debut ahead of the All-Star break. "Somebody with the Mets told me late June. To me, that seemed optimistic," Jon Heyman of the New York Post said on The Show podcast with Joel Sherman. "I'm looking at July."
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Mets' Jacob deGrom: Nearing mound work

DeGrom (shoulder) is playing catch from about 100 feet Tuesday and could begin throwing bullpen sessions as early as this weekend, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. The 33-year-old continue to expand his throwing distance and is now closing in on his return to mound work. The...

Mets division odds a concern with injuries to Max Scherzer, Jacob DeGrom

Star offseason acquisition Max Scherzer is out for 6-8 weeks, and the Mets' stout rotation is getting thinner by the day. Jacob deGrom is already on the injured list, and Tyler Megill will be out for at least another week battling injury. Consensus odds have the Mets at -202 to...