Jacob deGrom Undergoes Tommy John Surgery, Ending Season for Rangers Ace

In a shocking turn of events, the New York Rangers have announced that star pitcher Jacob deGrom will undergo Tommy John surgery. The surgery is necessary to repair a UCL tear in deGrom’s right arm, which has been plaguing him all season.

DeGrom had been hoping to avoid surgery and had been undergoing various treatments and testing in an effort to heal his arm. But ultimately, the decision was made to undergo surgery and deGrom will be out for the rest of the season.

This news comes as a blow to the Rangers, who had high hopes for deGrom and were counting on him for a successful season. DeGrom had been one of the Rangers’ top pitchers and a key part of their rotation.

The surgery will take place in the coming weeks and deGrom is expected to miss the remainder of the season. The Rangers have yet to announce a replacement for deGrom in the rotation, but it is likely they will turn to one of their other pitchers to fill the void.

Despite the setback, the Rangers are optimistic about deGrom’s future and believe that he will come back stronger than ever. They have a long-term plan in place for his recovery and are committed to helping deGrom get back to full strength.