Mets’ Todd Frazier apologized to deGrom over lack of run support
Jacob deGrom is having a heck of a season for the New York Mets, but you wouldn’t really know it by his win-loss record.
DeGrom is 4-2 this season despite having an NL-best 1.55 ERA. The Mets have only won two of his eight starts since May, including losing five in a row. That’s due to a combination of the bullpen blowing games and the offense’s inability to score for him.
So after the Mets failed to score in a 2-0 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday, third baseman Todd Frazier says he apologized to deGrom.
Callaway said the morale in the dugout has been awful during deGrom's starts lately. Todd Frazier said he apologized to Jake after today's game.
— Lindsey Adler (@lindseyadler) June 13, 2018
The Mets, who are now 28-36, only got two hits in the loss. Frazier was among the culprits as he went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts. Don’t look to manager Mickey Callaway for an answer either, as he also seems lost.