Mets RHP Jacob deGrom pitched eight shutout innings against the Phillies on Wednesday nighttime.
DeGrom, who struck out seven batters, completed eight innings for a second consecutive begin and for the fourth time this season. He diminished his period to 1.sixty eight on the season.
The 29-year-old correct-hander managed to keep the Phillies off the board despite giving up hits in four consecutive innings. He allowed baserunners in each inning except the primary and eighth innings.
DeGrom threw 113 pitches, which is essentially the most he has thrown considering that he threw a season-excessive 116 pitches on June 2 against the Cubs.
Wednesday’s inaugurate marked the 10th time DeGrom has limited his opponent to one run or fewer whereas pitching at the least seven innings.