After all, it is a glass body.
Jacob deGrom (35, Texas Rangers) is sick again. Texas announced on the 30th that “Digroom was placed on the 15-day injured list (IL) with a sprained right elbow.” DeGrom started the 2023 MLB game against the New York Yankees at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas the day before. But he went off the mound on his own four times, complaining of pain in his right forearm (forearm). Texas general manager Chris Young explained in an interview with local media that “a little inflammation was found as a result of the examination.”
deGrom is one of the best pitchers in the big leagues. He throws a fastball that goes over 100 miles per hour. He also grabbed the video between 2018 and 2019. The problem is the state of the body. He has suffered from a number of injuries in recent years. He has never played more than 15 starts in a season over the past three years. He was sidelined in 2020 with back and arm problems and in 2021 with inflammation in his right elbow. Last year, he complained of tension in his right tendon bone. This is the background of the rather dishonorable nickname of MLB’s representative glass body.
He has no choice but to worry about Texas, where he has invested a lot of money. Texas signed a five-year, $185 million (approximately 248.1 billion won) contract with deGrom through the free agency (FA) market in December of last year. It’s not that I didn’t know about deGrom’s injury history. However, looking at his skills alone, he was definitely an attractive card. Unfortunately, he has not yet completely erased the question mark. He has already been voluntarily beaten twice this season alone due to pain. He also came off the mound early on the 18th against the Kansas City Royals due to pain in his right wrist.
Texas will be monitoring the situation. Director Young said,스포츠토토 “There is no reason to be nervous right now. DeGrom said he was fine (about his physical condition), and it’s a positive sign.” “DeGrom is an important resource for our team. He has to handle injuries with care. He will look at the condition and decide the next step.” DeGrom was 2-0 with a 2.67 ERA in six games this year. DeGrom’s vacancy will be filled by Korean-American pitcher Dane Dunning. He posted a 1.77 earned run average in 20⅓ innings in 7 games as a reliever this season.