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2021 Pitching

STATS IP
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Wins
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SO
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Regular Season 2 0 1 9.00 2 0

Top Noah Syndergaard News

  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Signs one-year deal with Angels

    Syndergaard signed a one-year, $21 million contract with the Angels on Tuesday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports.

    Syndergaard turned down the Mets' one-year, $18.4 million qualifying offer and will wind up making slightly more than that on the opposite coast. The 29-year-old comes with tons of upside thanks to his 3.32 career ERA, but he's missed almost two full seasons due to Tommy John surgery, returning late last season to throw just a pair of innings. Additionally, his latest full season back in 2019 was the worst of his career, as his 4.28 ERA that year was more than a run worse than what he'd produced in any of his four previous campaigns, so it's not entirely clear what the Angels can count on from him in 2022.

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  • Noah Syndergaard: Extended qualifying offer

    The Mets extended a qualifying offer to Syndergaard on Saturday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    Per Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News, Syndergaard said in September that he would be extremely grateful to receive the qualifying offer and was confident he'd stay in Queens. If Syndergaard is getting strong multi-year offers from other teams, he'll likely decline the one-year, $18.4 million qualifying offer and let all 30 teams compete for his services.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Tosses one inning as opener

    Syndergaard (0-1) took the loss in the season finale Sunday against Atlanta after allowing two runs on three hits across one inning.

    Syndergaard allowed a solo shot to Jorge Soler and an RBI single to Austin Riley before departing the game in an outing where he didn't record a single strikeout. It's obviously not the outcome he would've liked, but Syndergaard's biggest goal was to pitch in a live game before the season ended with an eye toward being fully healthy for next year's spring training. Syndergaard made two appearances this season and posted a 9.00 ERA, tossing one inning in each one of those games.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Getting another turn as opener

    Syndergaard will serve as the team's opening pitcher in Sunday's season finale in Atlanta, Anthony Rieber of Newsday reports.

    As he did Tuesday against the Marlins in his 2021 debut, Syndergaard is expected to be limited to one inning in the opener role. Manager Luis Rojas hasn't revealed which bulk reliever the team will deploy behind Syndergaard, or if the Mets will treat the season finale as a bullpen day. Sunday's outing could be Syndergaard's last with New York, as he's set to become an unrestricted free agent this winter.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Tosses scoreless frame in '21 debut

    Syndergaard (elbow) struck out two over a perfect inning in his start Tuesday in the Mets' 2-1 win over the Marlins in the second game of a doubleheader.

    Making his first appearance for the Mets since September 2019 following a lengthy recovery from Tommy John surgery, Syndergaard was capped at 10 pitches after he didn't have sufficient time to build up for a traditional starting role during his minor-league rehab assignment. Syndergaard at least looked sharp in his brief stint on the mound, pumping in nine pitches for strikes and touching 96 miles per hour with his fastball. The Mets could have Syndergaard make another cameo in Sunday's season finale in Atlanta before he becomes an unrestricted free agent this winter.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Won't throw more than one inning

    Syndergaard isn't expected to throw more than one inning in his return to action Tuesday against the Marlins, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.

    Syndergaard will at least get to pitch a small amount this year after missing almost two full seasons due to Tommy John surgery, but he isn't built up enough for a proper start. He'll essentially be little more than an opener Tuesday, and if he starts again Sunday against Atlanta, he's likely to have his workload limited in a similar way.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Returning to start nightcap

    Syndergaard (elbow) was activated off the injured list and will start the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Marlins, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    Tommy John surgery wiped out the entirety of Syndergaard's 2020 campaign, but he won't quite wind up missing all of 2021 despite a late-May elbow setback and another setback in late August due to COVID-19. He only threw a single inning in both of his rehab appearances after he got over the virus, so don't expect him to pitch deep into Tuesday's game. He'd be on normal rest to start Sunday's season finale against Atlanta as well, so he could be in line for a two-start week to close the season, but it's unlikely that he'll throw many innings in that game, either.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Expected back Tuesday

    Syndergaard (elbow) gave up one hit while striking out two in one inning Saturday for Triple-A Syracuse. He could be activated Tuesday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    The plan with Syndergaard is for him to return this season as a reliever. He threw 12 pitches (10 strikes) en route to the scoreless inning.

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  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Second rehab appearance scheduled

    Syndergaard (elbow) will make his second rehab appearance Saturday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    Syndergaard tossed a scoreless inning during his first rehab appearance Wednesday, and he'll be in the mix to rejoin the Mets following Saturday's outing. The right-hander could be activated as soon as Tuesday, and he'll take on a bullpen role once he's cleared to return.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-6, 240 lbs
Birthplace: Mansfield, TX
Age: 29
Experience: 6
Bats/Throws: L, R