Syndergaard called incident "straightt up ignorance" on my part. Has spoken to Wright a couple times to clear things up.
New York Daily News "In his two years as Mets’ captain, David Wright has been touted as a lead-by-example kind of guy. On Tuesday, however, he realized it was time to say something — and Noah Syndergaard listened. The Mets captain had finished his work in the afternoon's intrasquad scrimmage Tuesday at Tradition..." March 03
New York Post "There is no holding back the Beast this year. Lessons have been learned. Adjustments made. The focus is on getting the job done and nothing else. Noah Syndergaard is going into spring training with the mind-set there is a job to be won. This is a season of possibilities, and the Mets’..." February 04
ESPN New York "As last year's spring training approached, the consensus seemed to be that Noah Syndergaard would make his major league debut at some point during the summer of 2014, once the Mets successfully had delayed the top prospect's arbitration eligibility by a year. Instead, call-up Jacob deGrom took..." January 16
ESPN New York "There's a decent chance Noah Syndergaard's major league debut may wait until 2015, although it apparently has not yet been formally determined, a team insider told ESPNNewYork.com. The reasoning: Triple-A Las Vegas is going to be playoff-bound for the second straight year. And Syndergaard may..." August 11
New York Post "Noah Syndergaard is finally getting the kind of results the Mets expected all along, but has it come too late for this season? The team’s top pitching prospect is scheduled to take the ball for Triple-A Las Vegas on Thursday, having excelled so much in his last three starts, there is some..." August 07
New York Post "The Mets had a rare reason to celebrate on Tuesday. An MRI exam performed on top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard’s elbow was negative, according to general manager Sandy Alderson, and the stud right-hander has been prescribed stretching exercises for his shoulder. “Based on what I knew..." May 27
#Mets place Noah Syndergaard on Triple-A DL with "a mild flexor-pronator strain." Headed to NY for exam.