10-day IL for Mets from two-time Sai Young-winner Jacob DeGrom

WASHINGTON – Jacob Digram went on a 10-day injury list Thursday with a reaction to the pressure on his right shoulder blade as the New York Mets set their 28-man active roster for opening day.

The two-time NL Sai Young Award winner was injured late in spring training and will not be throwing for about a month, which means he will probably be out until at least June. The right-hander has not played in a game since July 7 last season, when he was sidelined due to a sprained elbow in his pitching arm.

New Mets manager Buck Sholter started Game 1 for the opener scheduled for Thursday night at the Washington Nationals to Tyler Miguel.

In other steps by the Mets, left-hander Joey Luchesi was placed in the 60-day IL as he recovered from reconstructive elbow surgery, right-handed Jack Reid went to the 10-day IL with a strain in his left side muscle and triple-left David Peterson. This was substituted in Syracuse.

New York’s opening list includes 14 pitchers, two catchers, seven infielders and five outfielders.

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