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Noah Syndergaard | Starting Pitcher | #34

Team: New York Mets
Age / DOB:  (23) / 8/29/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'6" / 242
Bats / Throws: Left / Right
College: None
Drafted: 2010 / Supplemental (Rd. 0) / TOR
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Noah Syndergaard (elbow) has been cleared to take his next turn Monday in Washington, D.C.
Syndergaard made an early exit from his start Wednesday against the Royals after experiencing renewed discomfort in his right elbow, but an MRI came back clean and he was prescribed anti-inflammatory medication. Syndergaard also had some elbow troubles last month, but tests taken then also turned up negative. The ace right-hander looks like a safe start in all fantasy formats Monday versus the rival Nationals. Jun 23 - 3:56 PM

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No structural damage was found in the MRI of Noah Syndergaard's right elbow.

"Thor" exited Wednesday's start against the Royals after six innings and Mets manager Terry Collins acknowledged after the game that Syndergaard right elbow had flared up. But the big right-hander got the all-clear after a meeting with Dr. David Altchek. Syndergaard has been prescribed anti-inflammatory medication and should soon be cleared to resume his normal work, though he could still be held out of Monday's start as a precautionary measure. He also had tests run on his elbow last month.
Jun 22 - 10:50 PM

Mike Puma and Ken Davidoff of the New York Post report that the Mets are hopeful Noah Syndergaard (elbow) and Yoenis Cespedes (wrist) will avoid the disabled list.

Syndergaard's right elbow "flared up" on him (per manager Terry Collins) after he tossed six innings of three-run ball against the Royals on Wednesday, while Cespedes came down with left wrist discomfort in the fifth inning. Both players subsequently traveled to the hospital. At least for now, it looks like they might have escaped missing any significant amount of time, but elbows and wrists are fickle. Fantasy owners should stay tuned until the Mets offer official word one way or another.
Jun 22 - 10:40 PM

Noah Syndergaard will visit Dr. David Altchek after experiencing more elbow discomfort on Wednesday.

Syndergaard tossed six innings of three-run ball in Wednesday's win over the Royals, but his elbow began to bother him near the end of the start -- hence why he was only able to toss six innings. The young ace went for an exam at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York while the Mets headed to Atlanta for a four-game weekend set. Syndergaard also had tests run on his elbow last month, but they showed nothing abnormal.
Jun 22 - 4:43 PM

Noah Syndergaard allowed three earned runs over six innings Wednesday in a win over the Royals.

Syndergaard was working on a little bit of extra rest, but he looked sharp until the Royals' two-run fifth inning. Kansas City would add one more run in the sixth, but New York wound up winning this edition of the 2015 World Series rematch 4-3. Syndergaard struck out four and walked none. He'll carry an 8-2 record and 2.08 ERA into his next start on the road against the Nationals.
Jun 22 - 4:28 PM

Noah Syndergaard will have his next scheduled start pushed back to Wednesday against the Royals.

It's a last-minute change for the Mets, as Syndergaard was previously scheduled to pitch Tuesday night in the World Series rematch. Now Bartolo Colon will move up a day to start in his place. The move appears to be strategic, as it lines up Syndergaard to start against the Nationals next Monday.
Jun 21 - 2:11 PM

Noah Syndergaard was dominant in an 11-2 Mets thrashing of the Pirates on Wednesday, allowing two runs (one earned) and striking out 11 in 8 1/3 innings.

Dominance is becoming routine for Syndergaard. He gave up five hits and didn't walk anyone. Syndergaard (7-2) now has a Cy Young caliber 1.91 ERA and 0.96 WHIP on the season. He has 106 strikeouts and only 12 walks in 85 innings. He is battling Jake Arrieta for the title of second-best pitcher in baseball behind Clayton Kershaw.
Jun 16 - 12:28 AM

Noah Syndergaard gave up three runs (two earned) in six innings but took a no-decision in the Mets' 6-5 extra-innings defeat of the Pirates on Wednesday night.

Syndergaard struck out five Pirates against two walks and seven hits allowed. The two runs boosted Thor's ERA from a godly 1.91 to a merely superhuman 2.00 on the year. His 11.15 K/9 and 1.41 BB/9 strongly indicate continued stardom for the 23-year old phenom.
Jun 9 - 12:34 AM

Noah Syndergaard yielded two runs over seven innings in a win over the Marlins on Friday.

Following up his ejection from Saturday and a one-inning relief appearance on Tuesday, Syndergaard didn’t have his best stuff, but he still turned in an excellent outing. The long-haired ace gave up six hits in all (including a solo homer to Marcell Ozuna) and walked just one batter while striking out nine. He now owns a ridiculous 1.91 ERA and 90/10 K/BB ratio through 70 2/3 innings this season. He’ll try to keep it rolling in a road start next week against the Pirates.
Jun 3 - 10:17 PM

Noah Syndergaard was ejected after throwing at Chase Utley on Saturday, and manager Terry Collins is worried he'll face a suspension.

Syndergaard got tossed without any warnings being issued beforehand, which is causing some frustration among the Mets' faithful, but we'll likely have to wait a couple of days before Major League Baseball makes any decision on a suspension.
May 28 - 10:52 PM

Noah Syndergaard was ejected from Saturday night's game against the Dodgers for throwing in the general direction of Chase Utley in the third inning.

Syndergaard appeared to try and hit Utley with a pitch, but missed. He was immediately ejected and manager Terry Collins was subsequently ejected for arguing. It's assumed that Syndergaard was responding to Utley's take-out slide on Ruben Tejada last October. The right-hander had only allowed two hits in 2 1/3 scoreless innings prior to his getting sent off.
May 28 - 8:05 PM

Noah Syndergaard was superb in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Brewers, firing seven innings of one-run ball while striking out 11.

Syndergaard scattered six hits and did not walk a batter. Only an unearned run that scored on a Jonathan Lucroy RBI single in the first inning prevented the ace right-hander from hurling seven innings of shutout ball. He has now recorded double-digit strikeouts in back-to-back games. With the win, Syndergaard jumped his record to 5-2. He will carry a 1.94 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 76/9 K/BB ratio (60 1/3 innings) into his next scheduled start, a home showdown with the Dodgers.
May 22 - 4:21 PM

Noah Syndergaard outdueled Max Scherzer on Tuesday, holding the Nationals scoreless over seven innings while striking out 10 in a Mets' 2-0 victory.

Syndergaard yielded just four singles and a double without issuing a walk on the night. The start was his best of eight this season, an impressive feat when he had a 2.53 ERA heading into the outing. Syndergaard improved to 4-2 with the win, now owning a 2.19 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 65/9 K/BB ratio over 53 1/3 innings. He's got another great opportunity for a strong showing Sunday against the Brewers.
May 17 - 10:04 PM

Mets manager Terry Collins divulged late Wednesday that Noah Syndergaard underwent an elbow exam two weeks ago.

Collins offered up that information in response to a question about whether he considered letting Syndergaard handle the ninth inning Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium. The ace right-hander was lifted at 95 pitches following the bottom of the eighth, having allowed just two runs over eight impressive frames. He also homered twice and finished the night with four RBI. The elbow exam obviously showed nothing troubling, but it is a tiny bit concerning that the Mets felt the need to have one done in the first place. Syndergaard's next start will be a big one, Tuesday versus the division-rival Nationals.
Source: Newsday
May 12 - 6:26 AM

Noah Syndergaard homered twice to drive in four runs and pitched eight innings of two-run ball to beat the Dodgers on Wednesday.

Syndergaard became the first pitcher to homer twice in a game since Micah Owings in 2007. They were his second and third career homers through 54 major league at-bats. He was also plenty good on the mound, though he did allow a pair of solo homers. He needed just 95 pitches to get through the eight innings.
May 12 - 1:50 AM

Depth Charts

Batters
PosRoleName
C1Travis d'Arnaud
2Rene Rivera
1B1Lucas Duda
2James Loney
2B1Neil Walker
SS1Asdrubal Cabrera
3B1David Wright
2Wilmer Flores
3Matt Reynolds
LF1Brandon Nimmo
2Alejandro De Aza
3Kelly Johnson
CF1Yoenis Cespedes
2Juan Lagares
RF1Curtis Granderson
Starting Pitcher
PosRoleName
S1Jacob deGrom
2Matt Harvey
3Noah Syndergaard
4Steven Matz
5Bartolo Colon
6Zack Wheeler
Relief Pitcher
PosRoleName
R1Jeurys Familia
2Addison Reed
3Jim Henderson
4Jerry Blevins
5Hansel Robles
6Antonio Bastardo
7Erik Goeddel
8Sean Gilmartin
9Logan Verrett
10Jenrry Mejia