Jacob deGrom is throwing again and it 'felt good'

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He still will meet with team medical director Dr. David Altchek in NY, who will make the decision about the MRI. But Mikolas has lasted just five innings in three of his four starts, including his most recent outing last Sunday, when he allowed four runs (three earned) and didn't factor into the decision in St. Louis' 9-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

"After getting some treatment [Friday] and getting things moving around, I started feeling a little better", deGrom said.

Met manager Mickey Callaway said deGrom will be examined by the team medical staff on Monday and they will decide if an MRI is needed.

Not so fast, says deGrom after his tosses on Saturday, who "felt good with how it went". "I had been sick since Atlanta, kind of had a whole body soreness". DeGrom opened the season with 13 scoreless innings over two starts but has allowed nine runs over nine innings in losing his past two starts.

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The Mets will send right hander Noah Syndergaard (1-1, 5.63 ERA) to the mound this afternoon.

The Mets righty threw in the outfield at Busch Stadium on Saturday, just a day after he landed on the 10-day injured list (retroactive to Tuesday). "I'm not really anxious about the spot it's in, it's just more being smart and not trying to go out there and do too much too early and risk a more serious injury". Most alarming was that he served up five total homers in the two setbacks.

The reigning NL Cy Young Award victor, who had been scheduled to pitch Saturday, was coming off two shaky starts.

The 30-year-old right-hander recently signed a five-year, $137.5 million extension.