Jacob deGrom underwent successful surgery to repair ulnar nerve damage in his right arm on Wednesday.
Jacob deGrom will undergo season-ending surgery later this week to repair ulnar nerve damage in his right arm.
Jacob deGrom (elbow) has been scratched from Sunday's start against the Twins and likely needs surgery.
Jacob deGrom (forearm) will start on Sunday against the Twins.
Jacob deGrom (forearm) will throw again Wednesday.
Jacob deGrom (forearm) could return to action for the Mets on Sunday against the Twins.
Jacob deGrom (forearm) threw 35 pitches in a bullpen session Monday.
Jacob deGrom (forearm) threw off a mound on Saturday.
Jacob deGrom (forearm) played catch Friday.
MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reports that Jacob deGrom (forearm) has rejoined the Mets and "should start throwing imminently."
The Mets announced Friday that Jacob deGrom had his right forearm examined on Friday, and though no structural damage was found, it's likely that he will miss his next scheduled start.
Mets manager Terry Collins on Friday wouldn't commit to Jacob deGrom making his next start.
Jacob deGrom allowed three runs on six hits over five innings in Thursday's loss to the Marlins.
Jacob deGrom will return to the Mets' rotation Friday against the Nationals.