Noah Syndergaard

#34 SP / N.Y. Mets / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 242 lb Age: 23 College: None Bats/Throws L/R

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      Mets will start Noah Syndergaard in Game 3 of World Series

      Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard will start Game 3 of the World Series against the Royals on Friday, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports. Syndergaard will be the third starter in the Mets' four-man rotation -- also, Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, and Steven Matz -- which will be strictly followed if the series goes the distance. As a result, Syndergaard will take the hill in Games 3 and 7, if needed. In three appearances (two starts) this postseason, he's posted a 1-1 record, while surrendering four runs on eight hits and six walks to go with 20 strikeouts in 13 innings.

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      Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard to start Sunday

      Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard will start Game 2 of the NLCS against the Cubs on Sunday, Jared Diamond of The Wall Street Journal reports. Syndergaard took the mound twice in the divisional series versus the Dodgers, conceding three runs on five hits and five walks, while striking out 11 in 7.1 innings. In his sole matchup with the Cubs this season on May 12, he didn't fare much better (three earned runs in 5.1 innings) but took advantage of the Cubs' free-swinging ways, striking out six.

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      Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard strikes out 10 Saturday

      Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard took a tough no-decision Saturday, allowing just one run on two hits and a walk over seven innings while striking out 10. The rookie heads into the postseason with a head of steam, tossing quality starts in three of his last four starts with an eye-popping 37:2 K:BB ratio in 27 2/3 innings. Syndergaard figures to be a key part of the impressive young Mets rotation in the playoffs, not to mention 2016 and beyond.

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      Mets SP Noah Syndergaard dominates Reds in win Friday

      Mets rookie starter Noah Syndergaard (9-7) held Cincinnati to two runs on five hits while striking out 11 over 7 2/3 innings in Friday's win. Syndergaard was back to his dominating ways on Friday, registering his fourth double-digit strikeout performance of the season and his first since July 10. Syndergaard's recent struggles haven't been about strikeouts, however, or hits or control for that matter. They have been about the long ball. Syndergaard has surrendered homers in eight of his past nine starts including Friday and multiple homers in four of those outings. As the season winds to a close, Syndergaard can be counted on to bring the strikeouts and limit the walks, but he'll remain just a pitch or two away from disappointment.

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      Mets' Noah Syndergaard doomed by pair of homers in loss to Yankees

      Mets starter Noah Syndergaard took the loss Saturday, giving up five runs on seven hits over six innings while striking out eight. Two of those hits left the yard, and Syndergaard's 1.13 HR/9 rate is just about the only blemish on what's otherwise been a strong rookie campaign. His next start should come Friday in Cincinnati, although the Mets do keep juggling their rotation in an effort to limit the workloads of all their young arms.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Mets' Noah Syndergaard goes seven strong, gets no-decision

      Mets rookie starter Noah Syndergaard looked awfully sharp in his outing against the Braves on Saturday. The big right-hander allowed one run on two hits over seven strong innings. He walked one and struck out eight, but was left with a no-decision in the 6-4 win. Syndergaard, who lowered his ERA to 3.20, gave up a run the first inning. But he was superb the rest of the way, retiring 11 batters in a row at one point. He departed the game with the Mets leading 4-1, but the bullpen allowed the Braves to tie up the score. The Mets skipped Syndergaard's previous turn in the rotation in an effort to keep his innings down. It seemed to work, as he looked refreshed and recharged on Saturday.

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      Mets SP Noah Syndergaard to pitch Saturday

      Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard is scheduled to start Saturday's game at Atlanta, reports Syndergaard did not make his last start to give him some rest.

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      Mets' Steven Matz to start in place of Noah Syndergaard

      The Mets will turn to pitcher Steven Matz to start this weekend at Miami, reports Newsday. Matz is taking the start from Noah Syndergaard. Matz was activated from the disabled list Tuesday. He had not pitched since July 5 because of a partially torn lat muscle.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Mets SP Noah Syndergaard shaky in no-decision

      Mets starter Noah Syndergaard didn't have his best stuff Sunday, but the rest of his teammates were able to get him a no-decision after rallying for a victory. Syndergaard gave up six hits and four runs during his 6 2/3 innings of work, including a big home run to Boston slugger David Ortiz. He struck out just three batters and departed throwing 111 pitches. Syndergaard finished the month 3-1 with two no-decisions, although he ERA rose from 2.66 to 3.31 over that time frame.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Mets' Noah Syndergaard grinds out first-career road win Tuesday

      Mets starter Noah Syndergaard finally earned his first-career road win, as the Mets topped the Phillies 6-5 on Tuesday. Syndergaard battled in this one, as he allowed four runs (two earned) on four hits over five innings. He walked two and struck out nine, needing 96 pitches--60 strikes--to get through the fifth. Syndergaard (8-6, 3.19 ERA) was given a 3-0 lead after the second inning. But he coughed up the lead in a four-run, which included two-run home runs by Freddy Galvis and Ryan Howard. But the Mets were able to rally back and recapture the lead, paving the way to Syndergaard's win. Syndergaard helped himself in this one as well, as he drove in a run with his first-career double in the second inning. After Tuesday's outing, Syndergaard is now 1-5 with a 4.91 ERA in 10 starts away from CitiField.

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