Noah Syndergaard

Reports: Matz, Thor Both Have Bone Spurs in Elbow
Things just continue to get worse for the Mets....
Sitting at 40-35 and already struggling on offense as they try to keep pace with the Washington Nationals, the last thing the Mets need is injuries to their vaunted pitching staff.
Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz are both pitching with bone spurs in …
‘Thor’ Enters Game in Relief Role (VIDEO)
The Mets lost last night to the White Sox by a score of 6-4 at Citi Field. In fact, the Mets blew a 4-0 lead in that game.
But that loss was not because of Noah Syndergaard. After being ejected this weekend for throwing behind Dodgers 2B Chase Utley, Syndergaard came in relief on Tuesday night for wh…
Mets Fall Late To Marlins
The New York Mets lost another tough game last night as the Miami Marlins stormed back late in the game to beat the Mets 2-1.
The Mets got a stellar outing from young flamethrower Noah Syndergaard. The hard throwing right-hander struck out 12 Marlins in his 7 innings and only allowed 1 earned run...
Mets Win; Umpires in Crowd Impress (Video)
The New York Mets are red-hot, having just swept the Washington Nationals at Citi Field this weekend.
The Mets are now tied with the Nationals for first place in the NL East race. Both teams have a .524 winning percentage. The Mets are 55-50 while the Nationals are 54-49...
Syndergaard to Make ML Debut Tonight
Sitting at 20-12 and in first place in the National League East, it's already been an exciting first month and a half for the New York Mets and their fans.
Well today, it gets a little more exciting as top prospect Noah Syndergaard makes his major league debut in Chicago against the Cubs...
Mets Plan Paying Off
After Noah Syndergaard took the mound Monday in spring training against opposing hitters for the first time in 2014, one thing should be readily apparent to Mets fans.
The Mets have a plan. They are in a position to be good -- sooner rather than later...
How Jon Niese’s MRI Affects The Mets 2014 Season
The Mets were so close to having a legitimate starting rotation heading into 2014. Even without their flame throwing ace Matt Harvey, they were still looking like they would be able to field a competent 5-man rotation. But then again, they’re the Mets, so something was bound to fall …