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Noah Syndergaard | Starting Pitcher | #34

Team: New York Mets
Age / DOB:  (24) / 8/29/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'6" / 242
Bats / Throws: Left / Right
College: None
Drafted: 2010 / Supplemental (Rd. 1) / TOR
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Noah Syndergaard (biceps) is expected to start Sunday versus the Nationals after getting through a throwing session Friday with no issues.
"My arm feels great," Syndergaard said Friday. "I should have thrown yesterday." Syndergaard's fantasy owners were worried after he had to be scratched from Thursday's start due to biceps tendinitis, and especially after he admitted that it was hard for him to lift his arm above his shoulder. However, he's apparently made a quick recovery. The Mets won't officially clear him for Sunday until they see how he feels Saturday. Sean Gilmartin is on standby just in case. Apr 28 - 4:34 PM

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Noah Syndergaard (biceps) will play catch Friday.

The Mets are holding out hope that Syndergaard will be ready to start on Sunday, but it will depend on how he feels throwing Friday and also the day after on Saturday. If Thor's biceps tendinitis keeps him from taking the ball on Sunday, Sean Gilmartin will start.
Apr 28 - 4:18 PM

Noah Syndergaard has been scratched from his scheduled start Thursday against the Braves due to biceps tendinitis.

Matt Harvey will take the mound in his place. Mets manager Terry Collins described Syndergaard's injury as a "tired arm" and said "we can't take a chance on this guy." The ace right-hander is being sent for an MRI, and the results of that exam should paint a clearer picture about his status moving forward. There's a possibility he could pitch Sunday in Washington if everything checks out fine.
Apr 27 - 10:35 AM

Noah Syndergaard's next start has been pushed from Wednesday to Thursday.

Robert Gsellman will take the mound on Wednesday against the Braves after Tuesday night's rainout. Syndergaard is now set for Thursday afternoon's series finale versus Atlanta. This way everybody in the Mets' rotation can basically stay on turn.
Apr 26 - 1:49 PM

Noah Syndergaard allowed five runs -- three earned -- while striking out 10 over seven innings Thursday against the Phillies.

The Mets defense, which committed three errors on the evening, didn't help his cause, but Syndergaard was also a tad bit more hittable than usual -- his seven hits and three runs allowed were both highs for the year. Of course, that's saying something when three earned runs over seven innings is a bad night. The 24-year-old owns a 1.73 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and ridiculous 30/0 K/BB ratio in his four starts, and he'll attempt to get back in the win column Wednesday against the Braves.
Apr 20 - 11:39 PM

Noah Syndergaard was forced to leave Friday's start against the Marlins after tearing his fingernail back.

There were reports that Syndergaard was forced to leave after six innings due to a recurrence of a blister on his pitching hand, so this is certainly encouraging news. The Mets expect the star right-hander will be fine to make his next start on Thursday against the Phillies.
Apr 14 - 10:53 PM

Noah Syndergaard left Friday’s start against the Marlins after six innings after an apparent recurrence of the blister on his pitching hand.

SNY cameras showed Syndergaard examining his finger after the sixth inning. He had allowed just two runs at the time and was only at 87 pitches. Given how stretched the Mets' bullpen was after Thursday's extra-inning marathon, it's fair to say that the blister has resurfaced. Syndergaard wasn't his normal dominant self, so that would provide some explanation. Still, he struck out four and walked none and owns a brilliant 0.95 ERA and 20/0 K/BB ratio in 19 innings through his first three starts. The Mets should provide an update on his status soon.
Apr 14 - 9:38 PM

Noah Syndergaard racked up nine strikeouts over seven innings in a dominant victory over the Marlins on Sunday night.

The right-hander allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits and didn't walk a batter. He showed no ill-effects of the blister issue that caused his start to get pushed back an extra day. The only blemish on his night was an RBI double by Dee Gordon in the third inning. Through two starts the right-hander owns an outstanding 0.69 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 16/0 K/BB ratio. He'll face the Marlins in a rematch in Miami on Friday.
Apr 9 - 11:09 PM

Noah Syndergaard's (blister) next scheduled start has been pushed back from Saturday to Sunday.

Syndergaard had to be lifted from Monday's outing versus the Braves early after a blister on the top of his middle finger popped. It doesn't sound like the Mets are worried that it might be a nagging issue, but pushing the big righty back a day makes sense. Robert Gsellman will move up a day to start Saturday.
Apr 3 - 4:43 PM

Noah Syndergaard left his Opening Day start against the Braves on Monday after six innings due to a blister on the top of his middle finger.

Syndergaard was at 86 pitches through six scoreless innings before being pulled. The Mets' ace had to work through a couple of jams through his start, but he managed to keep the Braves off the board. Showing his usual high velocity and nasty movement, he gave up five hits while walking none and striking out seven. The expectation was that Syndergaard would make his next start Saturday against the Marlins, but the Mets could elect to give him an extra day of rest. Either way, he appears primed for a monster season if he can stay healthy.
Apr 3 - 3:39 PM

Noah Syndergaard limited the Astros to one run and four hits over six innings on Friday.

Syndergaard struck out five and walked none in his best showing so far this spring. Even though he's just now overcoming bronchitis, he has a 2.63 ERA in his four starts.
Mar 24 - 4:43 PM

Noah Syndergaard is dealing with a bout of bronchitis.

Syndergaard said it's something he's been battling for a month and a half (it's unclear whether he was exaggerating). Either way, it hasn't kept him from missing any time and it doesn't figure to. Still, it would be ideal if he felt better by Opening Day.
Mar 13 - 4:15 PM

Making his second spring start, Noah Synderhaard pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings Wednesday against the Red Sox.

Syndergaard was a little shaky and didn't get through three innings as planned, but it wasn't a bad day. He allowed three hits, walked one and struck out one.
Mar 8 - 5:09 PM

Noah Syndergaard tossed a pair of scoreless innings Friday as the Mets topped the Astros 11-3.

Just because the Mets want to be careful with their big arms, Syndergaard was held back until the second time through the rotation. He allowed one hit, walked two and struck out one today. He said afterwards that he felt good and that he was especially pleased with the progress of his changeup.
Mar 3 - 5:55 PM

Noah Syndergaard has been named the Mets' Opening Day starter.

"Easiest [decision] I've made in a while," manager Terry Collins told the media in Mets camp on Thursday. Syndergaard is a worthy pick after dominating to the tune of a 2.60 ERA, 1.149 WHIP, and 218/43 K/BB ratio in 183 2/3 innings last season. The mountainous 24-year-old right-hander packed on 17 pounds of muscle over the winter.
Feb 16 - 12:49 PM

Depth Charts

Batters
PosRoleName
C1Travis d'Arnaud
2Rene Rivera
1B1Lucas Duda
2Wilmer Flores
2B1Neil Walker
SS1Asdrubal Cabrera
2Matt Reynolds
3B1David Wright
2Jose Reyes
3T.J. Rivera
LF1Yoenis Cespedes
CF1Curtis Granderson
2Juan Lagares
RF1Jay Bruce
2Michael Conforto
3Brandon Nimmo
Starting Pitcher
PosRoleName
S1Noah Syndergaard
2Jacob deGrom
3Matt Harvey
4Steven Matz
5Zack Wheeler
6Robert Gsellman
Relief Pitcher
PosRoleName
R1Jeurys Familia
2Addison Reed
3Fernando Salas
4Jerry Blevins
5Hansel Robles
6Josh Smoker
7Josh Edgin
8Seth Lugo
9Sean Gilmartin