New York Mets’ Jacob deGrom Sets New MLB Record with 15 Strikeouts in Consecutive Starts

Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets continues to solidify his status as one of the best pitchers in baseball, as he set a new MLB record with 15 strikeouts for the second consecutive start. Facing off against the Washington Nationals, deGrom put on a clinic, displaying his overpowering stuff and ability to fool hitters with his array of pitches.

DeGrom’s ability to hit triple digits on the radar gun with his fastball, combined with his devastating slider and changeup, make him virtually unhittable on his best days. His command and control of the strike zone are unmatched, as he consistently paints the corners and induces weak contact.

Teammate Pete Alonso provided the offensive support for deGrom, belting a two-run home run to help give the Mets a comfortable lead. Alonso’s power and ability to come through in key moments have established him as a reliable force in the Mets’ lineup.

With deGrom’s record-breaking performances and Alonso’s power surge, the Mets are poised to make a run for the playoffs. The combination of dominant pitching and timely hitting makes them a formidable opponent for any team in the league.