4. Jacob deGrom (SP-Mets)
- 8-6, 2.30 ERA, 0.965 WHIP, 8.7 K/9
Coming in as the No. 4 All-Star in New York is the Mets 2015 ace, Jacob deGrom.
While Matt Harvey still embodies the role and projects to be much more of a bulldog-like leader, it’s been deGrom who’s captured the tag through his phenomenal stuff.
To realize he’s only won eight games and lost six while pitching to a disgusting 0.965 WHIP just makes everyone want to strangle Sandy Alderson that much more for not improving the lineup.
deGrom has a fantastic chance to actually be chosen by Bruce Bochy and find himself in Cincinnati next Tuesday night.