Even under the Florida sun in February, Jacob deGrom expects a lot from him.
So, after giving up a double lead for Tony Kemp – the first deGrom hitter faced during spring training – the NL Cy Young Award winner was not happy.
"I was a little frustrated today," the New York Mets ace said on Sunday. "I felt like I had a good shot at Kemp, a highball fastball he came in. It's frustrating, but he's constantly learning to try and let go of that stuff."
DeGrom gave up a single RBI to Tyler White on a fastball at 97 mph, in the first inning of a 10-1 loss against a split team from Houston Astros.
One year after publishing an ERA of 1.70, deGrom came out of his debut at the show with a £ 9.00 ERA.
"Still a lot of time to hope to get that down," he said with some laughter.
DeGrom has launched 14 of its 17 throws for strikes. The new catcher Wilson Ramos was captured for the second time this spring.
"It's an emotional moment for me because I'm trying to get to know him better," Ramos said. "At the start of spring training, everyone wants to attack the batter, he did it today and he did it very well."
Ramos had two shots. Kemp added a triple of two shots and Michael Brantley went 1 for 3 to make his Houston debut.
AROUND THE PONTEGGIO AND CACTUS POINTS
ASTROS (SS) 5, BRAVES 2
Josh Reddick doubled and scored for the Houston split team. Framber Valdez, running for a spin spot, got the start for the Astros, inserting two innings of shutout.
Mike Foltynewicz left for Atlanta, allowing an endless race in two innings. Pedro Florimon has hit only one home run.
NATIONAL 12, CARDINALS 2
Paul Goldschmidt was unsuccessful in two bats in his first game for St. Louis. Brian Dozier chose his debut in Washington.
Cardinals owner Michael Wacha, whose season was interrupted in June last year by a skewed injury, has renounced a two-inn run.
YANKEES 8, RAYS 5
Luke Voit had a three-run homer and a single RBI for New York. Jonathan Loaisiga, one of the best prospects for the launch of the Yankees, allowed only a two-minute walk from the start.
Willy Adames and newcomer Mike Zunino beat back-to-back home run in fifth place for Tampa Bay and Austin Meadows added a solo innings drive.
SOX RED 8, TWINS 5
Jackie Bradley Jr. paid tribute to her first spring meeting for Boston. Perspective of Red Sox Michael Chavis hit a three-shot homer for the second day in a row.
Max Kepler has hit two usual home runs for Minnesota.
ORIOLES 9, BLUE JAY 8
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the number 1 in baseball at the age of 19, has a single RBI and scored in Toronto. Cavan Biggio, son of Hall of Famer Craig Biggio, also went to 1 in 3. Bo Bichette, the no. 2 of the Blue Jays and the son of the ex-outfielder Dante Bichette, has chosen and marked.
Trey Mancini had two singles, scoring a race for Baltimore. Chris Davis has beaten twice in his first spring action after a bad season in the pot.
PHILLIES 10, TIGERS 6
Detroit star Miguel Cabrera opted for his first action since he tore his biceps last Sunday.
Nick Williams and Drew Butera have beaten homers for Philadelphia three times. Scott Kingery had two shots and scored twice.
PIRATES 10, MARLINS 6
Top prospect Ke & # 39; Bryan Hayes scored two home runs, including a grand slam winning in a ninth-place match for Pittsburgh. Lonnie Chisenhall doubled and scored.
Miami outfield perspective Victor Victor Mesa extended his right femoral bicep by beating a double game. Twenty-two-year-old Mesa, who had signed a $ 5.25 million bonus last October, had not played in a game in nearly two years after his desertion from Cuba.
CUBS 9, GIANTS 5
San Francisco star Madison Bumgarner launched a perfect first inning, then failed to withdraw any of the six bats he faced in the second. He hit David Bote in the helmet with a launch, but the Chicago infielder was able to leave with his own power.
Addison Russell opted for a sacrifice in his first action for the Cubs since 40 games were suspended under Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy. He lost his last 11 regular season games in addition to a wildcard runoff loss in Colorado. He will be able to return to the beginning of May, except for any postponements.
MARINERS 4, ROCKIES 2
Nolan Arenado is back on the pitch for Colorado and newcomer Daniel Murphy has been eliminated in his first appearance for the Rockies. Starter Jon Gray launched two innings, allowing a stroke and a walk.
Ichiro Suzuki walked, stole a base and scored for Seattle. Jay Bruce went 0 for 2 in his Mariners debut.
PADRES 5, WHITE SOX 4
Hunter Renfroe had a solo home run and a single, scoring two goals for San Diego. Manuel Margot added two hits and a stolen base.
James McCann had two of Chicago's 10 achievements.
ROYAL 14, ATHLETICS 5
Chris Owings beat just one home run and Cheslor Cuthbert added a two-run single for Kansas City.
Marcus Semien had two singles and an RBI for Oakland. The newcomer Jurickson Profar has picked up his first success for the A & # 39; s.
DIAMONDBACKS 12, INDIANS 3
Newcomer Wilmer Flores had two singles, scoring two goals and driving in a race for Arizona. Robbie Ray has withdrawn four hitters in a departure for the Diamondbacks, allowing a shot and two on foot.
Jason Kipnis had two singles for Cleveland.
DODGERS 13, ANGELS (SS) 9
Chris Taylor had a double RBI and scored for the Dodgers. Russell Martin scored in a run in his first at-bat since he returned to Los Angeles in the offseason. Hyun-Jin Ryun has allowed a success in a one-inning start.
Peter Bourjos went 1 for 3 with an RBI and two runs scored for the Angels split team.
REDS 14, ANGELS (SS) 2
Albert Pujols had a couple of singles and Mike Trout went to 0 out of 2 for the Angels team in their spring debuts.
David Peraza had three hits, scoring one race and driving in another, and two stolen bases for Cincinnati.
BREWERS 10, RANGERS 1
Hernan Perez hit a three-time homer in his first spring-down and added a double for Milwaukee. Newcomer Ben Gamel scored and scored two points. Yasmani Grandal has beaten three times in his debut. Jesus Aguilar had two hits with an RBI and scored twice in his first spring appearance for the Brewers.
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