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2022 Pitching

STATS IP
Innings Pitched
W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 98 7 8 3.95 76 24

Top Noah Syndergaard News

  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Misses out on two-start week

    Syndergaard is now scheduled to make his next start Monday at home versus the Reds, after he had previously been lined up to take the hill for Sunday's series finale with the Mets at Citizens Bank Park, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.

    For the second time this season, Syndergaard will be missing out on a matchup with one of his former teams, as he was previously pushed off a potential start versus the Mets in June while he was a member of the Angels. For fantasy managers, the main impact is that Syndergaard will be denied a two-start week, though he'll tentatively line up for one the following week with matchups against the Reds on Monday and against the Pirates on Aug. 27.

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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Notches seventh win

    Syndergaard (7-8) picked up the win after allowing three runs on eight hits while striking out six over seven innings Monday against the Reds.

    Syndergaard gave up a pair of runs in the bottom of the second inning on a single to center field and would surrender another in the eighth on a solo shot, but his squad would come away with a 4-3 victory. After a rough club debut Aug. 5 against the Nationals (four earned runs and 11 hits over five innings), Syndergaard has responded with two straight quality starts including Monday's outing.

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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Quality start in Phillies win

    Syndergaard did not factor into the decision Wednesday, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks over six innings against the Marlins. He struck out four.

    Per MLB.com, Syndergaard allowed 10 batted balls with an exit velocity of at least 90 mph, but for the most part, he was able to work his way out of trouble. Ironically, Miami's two run-scoring hits were some of the weakest contact the right-hander produced all night. Jacob Stallings' broken-bat RBI single in the second had a 73.6 mph exit velocity, while the weakest contact (65.9) allowed by Syndergaard came on Charles Leblanc's run-scoring blooper in the fourth. Across his first two starts with Philadelphia, Syndergaard has allowed 17 hits, six runs and two walks across 11.0 innings.

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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Wins debut with Phils

    Syndergaard (6-8) allowed four earned runs on 11 hits and no walks while striking out two across five innings to earn the win Thursday against the Nationals.

    Of the 11 hits Syndergaard surrendered, only one went for extra bases. That allowed him to avoid a disastrous start in his debut with the Phillies, though he was forced to regularly work out of jams and managed only seven swinging strikes on 79 total pitches against a depleted Nationals lineup. Despite racking up only 66 strikeouts across 85 frames for the season, Syndergaard has allowed three or fewer earned runs in 12 of his 16 starts, which has resulted in a 4.02 ERA and 1.27 WHIP.

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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Making team debut Thursday

    Syndergaard will start Thursday's game against the Nationals, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    Syndergaard was dealt from the Angels to the Phillies just before Tuesday's trade deadline, and he'll make his debut for his new team two days later. The right-hander has posted a 3.74 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in 21.2 innings over his last four starts, but he hasn't started since July 25 against Kansas City.

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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Sent to Philadelphia

    Philadelphia acquired Syndergaard from the Angels on Tuesday in exchange for outfielders Mickey Moniak and Jadiel Sanchez, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

    The Phillies didn't leave themselves much time, but they wound up adding a starting pitcher right before the 6 p.m. ET deadline to complete trades. Syndergaard has seen his strikeout rate crater this season, but he's punched out 24 batters -- while posting a 3.74 ERA and 1.25 WHIP -- in 21.2 innings over his last four starts, so he seems to be getting back on track a bit in that regard.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Gets no support in loss

    Syndergaard (5-8) took the loss against Kansas City on Monday, pitching 5.2 innings and allowing one run on six hits and two walks while striking out six.

    For five innings, Syndergaard and opposing starter Zack Greinke engaged in a scoreless duel, with each hurler giving up only one extra-base hit. Greinke departed before the sixth, but Syndergaard was allowed to continue in that frame, and he retired the first two batters he faced. However, the following three hitters all reached base -- two via single and one by walk -- and the one run Syndergaard allowed was enough to send him to defeat on a night when he got no run support from his offense. The veteran hurler has been the subject of trade rumors of late, and he could be a decent addition to a contending team's staff given his 3.83 ERA and 1.21 WHIP on the campaign.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Struggles with command

    Syndergaard allowed three runs on three hits and four walks while striking out three in four innings in a no-decision versus the Astros on Tuesday.

    The four walks were a season high for Syndergaard. He gave up a two-run home run to Aledmys Diaz in the first inning and an RBI single to Alex Bregman in the first. Despite the poor start, Syndergaard avoided the loss as the Angels rallied to tie the game in the seventh. He's given up 14 runs in his last 23.1 innings, hitting a rough patch in the middle of the season. He has a 4.00 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 58:20 K:BB across 74.1 innings overall across 14 starts. This was the right-hander's last start before the All-Star break, so he'll have an extended gap between outings to get himself back on track.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Outdueled Tuesday

    Syndergaard (5-7) took the loss Tuesday as the Angels were downed 2-1 by the Marlins, allowing two runs on five hits over five innings. He struck out eight without walking a batter.

    Both runs off the right-hander came on solo shots by Garrett Cooper and Bryan De La Cruz, and Syndergaard had no margin for error with Sandy Alcantara dealing for Miami. Syndergaard has only one win in five starts since the beginning of June, but that's as much due to a lack of run support as poor pitching on his part, as he sports a 3.60 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 28:7 K:BB through 30 innings over that stretch.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Notches fifth win

    Syndergaard (5-6) earned the win over the White Sox on Monday, tossing seven innings and allowing three runs on six hits and one walk while striking out seven.

    Syndergaard shut down the White Sox through five innings, but Chicago got to him for three runs between the sixth and seventh frames. The right-hander appeared to be in line for a loss following his final inning, but the Angels scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to turn things around and hand him the victory. Syndergaard had some of his best stuff this season in the contest, registering 17 swinging strikes and tying a campaign high with seven punchouts. He hasn't been spectacular in his first season with the Angels, but Syndergaard has provided steady numbers with a 3.86 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 47:16 K:BB over 65.1 innings.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Takes sixth loss

    Syndergaard (4-6) allowed five runs on eight hits and two walks with five strikeouts in 7.1 innings, taking the loss Monday versus the Royals.

    Syndergaard gave up a two-run home run to Andrew Benintendi in the first inning, but he settled in after that. He faded at the end of his start, allowing an RBI double to Nicky Lopez in the seventh and another two-run blast to Salvador Perez in the eighth before he was relieved by Jaime Barria. Syndergaard previously hadn't allowed multiple homers in a start all year, and he's now given up six long balls in 58.1 innings. He has a 3.86 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 40:15 K:BB through 11 outings. The right-hander is lined up to start against the White Sox next week if the Angels continue to use a six-man rotation.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Inefficient in hard-luck loss

    Syndergaard (4-5) allowed a run on two hits and three walks with five strikeouts in 4.2 innings, taking the loss Tuesday versus the Dodgers.

    Syndergaard was perfect the first time through the Dodgers' order, but three walks and a single in the fourth inning pinched in a run, and that was all it took for him to end with the loss. The 29-year-old made this start on extra rest after being pushed back in the rotation, but he still threw only 81 pitches (52 strikes) in a somewhat inefficient outing. He owns a 3.53 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 35:13 K:BB across 51 innings in 10 starts this season. Syndergaard has allowed one run in four of his last six games, so he'll have to hope for better run support in his next start, currently projected for this weekend in Seattle.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Won't start this weekend

    Syndergaard won't start during the Angels' weekend series against the Mets, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    Syndergaard tentatively lined up to take the mound against his former team Sunday, but the Angels have chosen to start Michael Lorenzen on Saturday followed by Patrick Sandoval on Sunday. Interim manager Phil Nevin said that the team wanted to give Syndergaard some extra rest, so the 29-year-old is slated to start Tuesday against the Dodgers.

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  • Angels' Noah Syndergaard: On wrong end of pitchers' duel

    Syndergaard (4-4) took the loss against Boston on Monday, allowing one run on five hits and one walk while striking out three over six innings.

    This was a nice bounce-back performance for the right-hander after he allowed five runs in just 2.1 innings against the Yankees in his previous start. However, Syndergaard was outdueled by Red Sox starter Michael Wacha, who tossed his first complete-game shutout in five years. Syndergaard has alternated good and bad starts of late, allowing a single earned run in three of his past five outings but surrendering a total of nine earned runs across three combined frames in the other two appearances. He'll carry a season 3.69 ERA into his next start, which is lined up to come at home against the Mets this weekend.

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Player Bio

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