Noah Syndergaard RUMORS & NEWS

  • Noah Syndergaard is not pleased by the wave starting at Citi Field

    Larry Brown Sports "Noah Syndergaard does not like the wave. The New York Mets pitcher called out the Citi Field fans after the team’s 7-4 win on Tuesday night and had some strong opinions about the practice. I’ve never been even remotely fond of the wave, but I’ve wondered what players themselves think about..." August 31

  • Mets' Syndergaard calls out MLB Shop for botching last name

    Fox Sports "Another arm of Major League Baseball has goofed on the spelling for New York Mets flamethrower Noah Syndergaard, and the error did not escape the pitcher's notice. Take a look at the post from the 6-foot-6 righty: MLB Shop even got the hard part right there -- the "G-A-A-R-D." With "part..." August 23

  • Noah Syndergaard's Cy Young hopes may depend on if he can get out of his own head

    SB Nation "By all accounts, Noah Syndergaard is having a fantastic season, and one better than his rookie year when he finished fourth in the NL Rookie of the Year voting. But the 2016 season has had its struggles, some more evident than others. For Syndergaard, it’s the hidden mental battle that’s proven..." August 06

  • Noah Syndergaard to throw off mound

    MLB Daily Dish "Noah Syndergaard was, in fact, in San Diego for the MLB All-Star Game, though you couldn’t be blamed for missing him, since manager Terry Collins didn’t get him into the game and there was only an impostor of him available at All-Star FanFest. Not exactly what you’d expect for the top pitcher..." July 13

  • Mets don't anticipate Thor, Yo being out for long "Noah Syndergaard and Yoenis Cespedes will not participate in the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard at Petco Park in San Diego on Tuesday, but the Mets do not anticipate that the duo will miss much more time than that. Mets manager Terry Collins said Saturday that Syndergaard will not..." July 10

  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard, Yoenis Cespedes leave game early with ailments

    Sporting News "Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard and outfielder Yoenis Cespedes both left Friday night's game early against the Nationals, but for different health-related reasons. Cespedes, who leads the Mets with 21 home runs and 52 RBIs, departed after three innings with a strained right quadriceps muscle and..." July 09

  • Noah Syndergaard denies reports he has bone spur after short start

    Yahoo! Sports "The New York Mets have some pitcher drama, but this time it doesn't involve Matt Harvey. After struggling during an 11-4 loss against the Washington Nationals, Noah Syndergaard denied reports he's been dealing with a bone spur in his elbow. While Syndergaard was able to pump his usual velocity..." June 28

  • Noah Syndergaard speculates workload is leading to elbow flare-ups

    ESPN "Noah Syndergaard rejoined the New York Mets on Thursday and declared himself fit to face the Washington Nationals on his normal turn. Syndergaard departed Wednesday’s start against the Kansas City Royals after six innings due to discomfort in the back of his right elbow. The team dispatched him..." June 24

  • Mets’ Syndergaard interested in 2017 WBC

    Today's Knuckleball "Jon Morosi of the MLB Network reports that New York Mets starting ace Noah Syndergaard has a “strong desire” to represent the United States in next spring’s World Baseball Classic. Through 85 innings so far this year, Syndergaard has pitched to a 1.91 ERA and 1.70 FIP, and is one of the primary..." June 21

  • Mets flamethrower Noah Syndergaard blasts Marlins' hideous outfield sculpture

    Fox Sports "The New York Mets took two of three from the Miami Marlins, but Noah Syndergaard wanted to leave one more parting shot for South Florida. The Mets' hard-throwing righty, who picked up the win in the series opener Friday, ripped the infamous outfield structure at Marlins Park." June 06

  • Did Mets' Terry Collins read Noah Syndergaard's latest tweet?

    Newark Star-Ledger "Ask and you shall receive. Well, something like that. On Sunday morning, Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard sent out a tweet letting fans know that he's ready to pitch out of the bullpen. The reason? He's, well, fresh after only pitching two-plus innings on Saturday night due to umpire's judgement..." May 30

  • Syndergaard won't face added discipline for Utley incident

    The Score "Noah Syndergaard looks to be in the clear one day after being ejected for throwing a 99-mph fastball behind Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley. Major League Baseball officials appear to be satisfied with the ejection, and no other punishment will be enforced, reports ESPN's Adam..." May 30

  • Syndergaard ejection exposes MLB's lack of consistency

    Fox Sports "The problem is the lack of consistency. I could live with a sport in which pitchers no longer threw at hitters out of vengeance, a sport in which umpires no longer give teams "a shot" to retaliate, in the words of Mets manager Terry Collins. Collisions at home plate mostly are gone, and..." May 29

  • 'Fresh' Syndergaard tweets he's available from bullpen Sunday

    The Score "Thor is ready to go. Ejected without warning from Saturday's game at Citi Field after throwing behind Chase Utley in the third inning, New York Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard made it clear he's available to throw in Sunday's series finale against the Los Angeles Dodgers." May 29

  • Collins: Umps had 'no idea about anything' in Syndergaard-Utley drama

    The Score "Noah Syndergaard, the New York Mets' hard-throwing ace, told reporters he was "dumbfounded" after getting tossed from Saturday's game without a warning after throwing a 99-mph fastball behind Chase Utley in the third, and manager Terry Collins was just as incredulous as his young star, if not more..." May 29

  • Sorry Mets fans, but Noah Syndergaard has only himself to blame - not umpire - for ejection

    New York Daily News "It’s perhaps somehow appropriate that on the night the rough-and-tumble ’86 Mets were honored at Citi Field — and, perhaps, this year’s club was challenged by Darryl Strawberry to discover how deep their own toughness runs — that Noah Syndergaard threw behind the back of that dastardly Chase..." May 29

  • Bautista weighs in on Utley drama with cryptic tweet

    The Score "Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista offered a sarcastic take on Saturday's drama at Citi Field with a tweet that appears to compare the Chase Utley-Noah Syndergaard drama with his heated at-bat versus Matt Bush two weeks ago in Texas. " May 29

  • Mets’ Terry Collins: Noah Syndergaard had elbow exam about two weeks ago

    Newsday "Noah Syndergaard had just staged a one-man exhibition of awe-inspiring physical skill. The tall, muscle-bound Mets righthander had just hit two home runs. In a 4-3 win on Wednesday over the Dodgers, Syndergaard knocked in all of his team’s runs and used a fastball that touched 100 mph to..." May 12

  • Noah Syndergaard has allowed lots of stolen bases lately

    Amazin' Avenue "Starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard has made consistent headlines for his speed, with a sinker averaging upwards of 97 MPH and more 100 MPH fastballs than any other pitcher this season, the 23-year-old undoubtedly strikes fear into the heart of those who face him at the plate. But opposing teams..." May 02

  • ‘He looks like Nolan Ryan’: Noah Syndergaard’s meteoric rise

    New York Post "Ryan Howard went to the plate Monday with maybe the only sensible plan for facing a pitcher with Noah Syndergaard’s arsenal. The Phillies first baseman would hunt for a fastball in his first at-bat and just hope to receive one he could handle. Howard found a fastball — registering 99 mph — and..." April 20

  • It's time to put Mets' Noah Syndergaard in elite class of pitchers

    Newark Star-Ledger "Baseball rankings and lists are fickle, especially when it comes to starting pitchers. One injury or off year can change perception, and consistent excellence is so hard to come by. That's why declarations about any arm—especially one that's just 23 years old—can be a fool's errand. But Mets..." April 19

  • Noah Syndergaard ready to be known for more than just ‘The Pitch’

    Yahoo! Sports "It took less than half a second: for the ball to whiz out of the pitcher’s hand at 97 mph, for instinct to implore the batter to get the hell out of the way before it kills him, for the New York Mets to recognize the leviathan on the mound was the very sort they needed that night and for the..." April 05