PHILADELPHIA — Jacob deGrom was dominant after getting extra rest this week.
DeGrom tossed a one-hitter, Curtis Granderson and Asdrubal Cabrera homered and the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-0 on Sunday.
DeGrom (6-4) allowed only a third-inning single to pitcher Zach Eflin and retired 27 of 29 batters. The lanky righthander struck out seven, walked one and went the distance for the first time in 68 career starts. He hadn't pitched since July 6 because of the All-Star break.
"You go every five days, that's a lot of throwing," he said. "Some time off, resetting helped."
DeGrom became the first Mets pitcher to toss a...