Noah Syndergaard

Ex-New York Mets Superhero "Thor" Wearing #34 Special for Angels
Ex-New York Mets Superhero "Thor" Wearing #34 Special for Angels
The colors and the name across the chest were new. The long blonde hair on the 6' 6" frame was all too familiar. Former New York Mets right-handed pitcher, Noah Syndergaard threw his first regular season pitches for his new team on Saturday. He wore number 34, like he did with the Mets. However, an Angels player had not worn that number in 13 years, exactly.
"Thor" Delights New York One Last Time?
"Thor" Delights New York One Last Time?
What can you really say about 10 pitches in a meaningless game at the end of September between two teams that have long been out of the playoff picture? Actually, it was more captivating than I thought it would be. It had been two years since, Noah Syndergaard had thrown a pitch in a Major League, regular season game. The six foot six inch, strapping right hander, with flowing blonde hair and a Marvel Comic Book character nickname, was full of promise and had enormous expectations.
Reports: Matz, Thor Both Have Bone Spurs in Elbow
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 their elbows, despite Syndergaard's denials after last night's clunker against the Nationals that

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