New York announced Jacob deGrom left with a hyperextended right elbow, but the severity of the injury still isn't known.
Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom exited the Braves game in the fourth inning after suffering an injury.
New York announced he left with a hyperextended right elbow.
Replay of his at-bat in the third showed deGrom grimacing as he swung.
Mets manager Mickey Callaway confirmed the injury happened during that at-bat. DeGrom pitched again, but came back with soreness in his bicep, according to Callaway. He added deGrom was getting an MRI with the results available Thursday.
The Mets and Braves were scoreless went he left. He struck out six and allowed two hits on the night, throwing 46 pitches.
DeGrom is 3-0 with a 1.87 ERA for the season.
Paul Sewald replaced deGrom.
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