It was as easy as one, two, three for New York Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom at the 2015 MLB All-Star Game, it was easier than that.

By Robby Sabo

Sometimes, guys just decide to turn the head of every baseball fan in the world.

New York Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom did just that Tuesday night at the 2015 MLB All-Star Game.

deGrom – a first-time MLB All-Star – entered the game in the top of the sixth-inning. He faced Oakland A’s’ Stephen Vogt, Cleveland Indians’ Jason Kipnis, and Detroit Tigers’ Jose Iglesias.

What he proceeded to do was calmly strikeout all three batters in order. Joe Buck and company were pretty damn impressed.

In fact, the entire living baseball world is now impressed. deGrom’s movement and control while throwing to Yadier Molina was absolutely filthy.

The only other Met to ever strike out the side in an All-Star Game was Doc Gooden back in 1984.

He and Matt Harvey heading down the stretch to the 2015 MLB season might be a dangerous duo to contend with. That, my friends, is probably the biggest understatement of the decade.

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Robby Sabo is a co-founder, CEO and credentialed New York Jets content creator for Jets X-Factor - Jet X, which includes Sabo's Sessions (in-depth film breakdowns) and Sabo with the Jets. Host: Underdog Jets Podcast with Wayne Chrebet and Sabo Radio. Member: Pro Football Writers of America. Coach: Port Jervis (NY) High School. Washed up strong safety and 400M runner. SEO: XL Media. Founder: Elite Sports NY - ESNY (Sold in 2020). SEO: XL Media. Email: robby.sabo[at]