‘DGROM broke again’ wrist pain → steel plate after 4 innings no-hitter
Jacob deGrom (35, Texas Rangers), who was continuing his no-hitter game by throwing balls of up to 100 miles, suddenly went down the mound. Because of right wrist pain.
On the 18th (Korean time), Texas had an away game against the Kansas City Royals at Kaufman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. 스포츠토토
DeGrom, who started as the starting pitcher for the Texas Rangers, threw 58 pitches (39 strikes) until the fourth inning, recording no hits and no runs. He struck out five while giving up one walk.
Considering the number of pitches and health management, it is unreasonable to pitch up to the ninth inning. However, the Quality Start+ was quite achievable.
Also, Texas was leading 4-0 until the 5th attack, so even if it was not a quality start +, it was a situation where it was possible to win by blocking only 5 innings.
However, Texas prepared Dane Dunning (29) in the bullpen during the 5th offense, and deGrom got off the mound with the start of the 5th defense. Dunning’s Rescue Board.
Regarding this, the local broadcaster mentioned that deGrom went down the mound due to pain in his right wrist. deGrom was injured again.
Since the late 2010s, deGrom has struggled with injuries big and small. But Texas gave deGrom a five-year, $185 million contract.
Texas will have to worry about injury every time deGrom starts for the past five years, including this season. deGrom became that pitcher.
Meanwhile, deGrom has pitched 20 2/3 innings in four games of the season, going 1-0 and recording an ERA of 3.48. 32 strikeouts.