Noah Syndergaard RUMORS & NEWS

  • Noah Syndergaard may not start for Mets again this season

    New York Post "As time runs out on this dismal Mets season, Noah Syndergaard wouldn’t mind bringing a ray of sunshine to the organization. And that entails pitching for the team again this year, preferably with two appearances over the final week of the regular season. The right-hander is again on the..." September 19

  • Mets reverse course on Noah Syndergaard, he won’t pitch this weekend

    New York Daily News "Rehab is tedious and Noah Syndergaard is starting to get bored. It’s been four months since he has felt the adrenaline of taking the mound in a major league game pump through him. The Mets righthander has had to settle for bullpen sessions, two minor-league rehab appearances and seemingly endless..." September 17

  • Noah Syndergaard could pitch out of bullpen this weekend for Mets

    New York Daily News "Noah Syndergaard could be back as soon as Sunday — well, partially back. The Mets righthander is ready to pitch an inning or two, pitching coach Dan Warthen said. The tentative plan would be for Syndergaard to next pitch an inning in a game, most likely on Sunday. Robert Gsellman is listed as..." September 16

  • Syndergaard scratched from simulated game with 'general soreness'

    New York Daily News "Due to soreness, Noah Syndergaard will not throw his scheduled simulated innings on Sunday. The Mets described it as "general soreness" after throwing three innings in a minor league rehab start for Brooklyn Thursday. Syndergaard has been on the disabled list since April 30 with a torn right..." September 10

  • Mets’ Noah Syndergaard throws 36 pitches in rehab start for Cyclones

    Newsday "Noah Syndergaard stood on the mound for the Brooklyn Cyclones Thursday night, throwing against Class A hitters in the Coney Island stadium that overlooks the beach and the amusement park. But he didn’t look like Coney Island’s finest. He has been out of the Mets’ picture since partially tearing..." September 08

  • Noah Syndergaard’s bullpen session pushed back

    Hardball Talk "710 WOR’s Wayne Randazzo reports that Mets starter Noah Syndergaard‘s bullpen session has been pushed back a day or two. According to manager Terry Collins, it’s just a precaution. But, given the Mets’ history with injuries turning out to be much worse than expected, this is a bit..." August 24

  • Noah Syndergaard posts Twitter tribute to all his traded teammates

    Yardbarker "Noah Syndergaard is pouring one out on social media for his fallen comrades. The New York Mets right-hander took to Twitter on Friday to post a tribute to his now-former teammates Curtis Granderson, Lucas Duda, Jay Bruce, and Neil Walker, all of whom were traded away in the last few weeks...." August 20

  • Mets’ Noah Syndergaard doesn’t want to ‘just shut it down,’ has changed workout routine in hopes of return

    New York Daily News "During his three-and-a-half months on the disabled list since tearing his lat muscle, Noah Syndergaard has changed the emphasis of his workout routine, and says he believes it is already having a significant effect. In fact, after his bullpen session on Tuesday, his first time throwing off a..." August 16

  • Noah Syndergaard’s ‘Game of Thrones’ cameo is epic

    New York Post "Thor takes Westeros! Instead of throwing fastballs from the mound, Mets ace Noah Syndergaard joined the Lannister army on Sunday night’s “Game of Thrones” — launching a spear at an enemy soldier. “Take that you mean Dothraki,” the ballplayer tweeted after the episode. Syndergaard,..." August 07

  • Noah Syndergaard, Injured After Bulking Up, Rethinks His Training

    New York Times "Noah Syndergaard is devising a new training strategy. The previous one emphasized packing more muscle onto the solid 6-foot-6 frame that had helped him earn the nickname Thor, and throttling up pitches that had already made him the hardest-throwing starter in the major leagues. “I’m always..." July 23

  • Mets must focus on 2018 as Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey won’t save season this time

    New York Daily News "It's something pitchers do every day, but as Matt Harvey and Noah Syndergaard limbered up on the grass of Citi Field just before 4 p.m. on Monday, there was a buzz. Cameramen took positions on the warning track. Terry Collins watched the whole eight-minute throwing session carefully from the..." July 18

  • Injured Mets aces Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey begin throwing programs

    New York Daily News "Noah Syndergaard and Matt Harvey finally began their throwing programs on Monday. Syndergaard, who has been on the disabled list with a torn right lat since May 1 and had not been allowed to do anything more than conditioning drills, said he feels "great." "I'm itching to get back out there...." July 17

  • Noah Syndergaard can return sooner if Mets use him out of the bullpen

    Hardball Talk "Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen thinks the team can get Noah Syndergaard back from the disabled list sooner if they use him out of the bullpen initially, SNY reports. Syndergaard has been on the DL since the start of May due to a partial tear of his right lat muscle. “If we decide we want to go..." July 11

  • Mets pitcher Noah ‘Thor’ Syndergaard talks making baseball ‘cool’: ‘I want to be the hero’

    Boston Herald "The real Thor might actually reside on the fictional planet of Asgard – but the New York Mets starting pitcher prefers calling the Big Apple home. Luckily for Mets fans, Noah Syndergaard, who recently partnered with Cholula Hot Sauce, expressed his love for New York City in an interview with..." June 16

  • The Mets have a void with Matt Harvey out several weeks and Syndergaard not close

    CBS Sports "The Mets announced on Thursday that both second baseman Neil Walker and pitcher Matt Harvey will be out of action for several weeks with injuries. The Mets also gave bad news on Noah Syndergaard's possible return. Walker has a partially torn hamstring, an injury that he suffered running to..." June 15

  • Noah Syndergaard perpetuates ‘feud’ with Mr. Met, even from DL

    Sportress of Blogitude "Rest assured, Noah Syndergaard isn’t about to let a prolonged stint on the disabled list end his highly amusing “feud” with mascot nemesis Mr. Met. Mr. Met — or more accurately, the individual who portrays the beloved mascot — of course has had a rough few weeks. It all started when the mascot..." June 09

  • Loss of Noah Syndergaard has had a huge effect on Mets

    Newsday "If the Mets remain on this trajectory, if their season becomes a waste because their vaunted arms failed to figure it out, the tipping point won’t be hard to find. Since that surreal Sunday afternoon in Washington on April 30 when Noah Syndergaard clutched at his injured lat muscle and walked..." June 09

  • Noah Syndergaard has ‘no regrets’ over how injury saga played out

    Newark Star-Ledger "As the Mets season sputters along without Noah Syndergaard at the top of the rotation, it's easy to wonder how different things would be if the ace known as Thor was healthy and dealing every fifth day. But despite the way Syndergaard went down--with a lat injury, days after refusing an MRI on..." June 08

  • Noah Syndergaard Moved to 60-Day DL After Matt Harvey's Suspension

    Bleacher Report "The New York Mets placed pitcher Noah Syndergaard on the 60-day disabled list Sunday to make room for minor league call-up Adam Wilk. Anthony DiComo of the Mets' official website reported the news. The Mets called Wilk up to take a spot start for Matt Harvey, who was suspended three days for a..." May 07

  • Mets' Noah Syndergaard has no regrets about start but won't throw for six weeks

    CBS Sports "You're familiar with the Noah Syndergaard saga by now. The radar gun-busting right-hander declined the team's request to undergo an MRI on his sore biceps, and then he wound up being forced from his next start because of injury . That injury turned out to be a torn lat muscle, and as a result..." May 06

  • Noah Syndergaard gets 'positive' second opinion on ailing lat

    MLB.com "Dr. Neal ElAttrache's second opinion on Mets starter Noah Syndergaard's strained right lat muscle was "all positive," according to a source. Neither Syndergaard nor the Mets had revealed specifics of ElAttrache's medical opinion as of Thursday evening. But the fact that it was a positive..." May 05

  • Noah Syndergaard Could Miss 3 Months, Headed For 2nd Opinion

    MLB Trade Rumors "The initial news on the torn lat of Mets ace Noah Syndergaard is not terribly promising. As Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports on Twitter, “initial conservative estimates” place his expected absence at about three months. Syndergaard, the hulking righty who has emerged as one of the..." May 03

  • Instead of playing Noah Syndergaard blame game, Mets need to get some pitching before it's too late

    New York Daily News "There is plenty of blame to go around. The Mets need to finally address the way they deal with injuries and Noah Syndergaard has a responsibility to keep himself healthy, even if that means unnecessary tests, for his teammates, too. There will be plenty of time to re-evaluate for both team and..." May 02

  • Mets GM: Starting Noah Syndergaard days after refusing MRI was my decision

    CBS Sports "Monday night the Mets beat the Braves in their first visit to SunTrust Park (NYM 7, ATL 5), but overall, it was a bad day for the Amazin's. Earlier in the day they learned ace Noah Syndergaard will be out indefinitely with a partial torn lat muscle . Ouch. Syndergaard started Sunday's game just..." May 02

  • Mets place Noah Syndergaard on 10-day DL with partial lat tear

    Fox Sports "The New York Mets placed starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard on the 10-day disabled list with a partial tear of his right lat muscle, the team announced Monday. The team said there is no timetable for his return after an MRI revealed the injury. Syndergaard left his start on Sunday against the..." May 01

  • Noah Syndergaard refused an MRI for his sore biceps

    Hardball Talk "Mets’ right-hander Noah Syndergaard will take the hill on Sunday afternoon, just three days after he was scratched from a start due to right biceps tendinitis and shoulder discomfort. Syndergaard told reporters that he refused recommended medical testing on his arm because he felt “ready to go”..." April 30

  • Noah Syndergaard Leaves Start With Apparent Injury

    MLB Trade Rumors "In what could be a disastrous turn of events for the Mets, ace Noah Syndergaard left his start against the Nationals on Sunday after 1 1/3 innings with an apparent injury. The right-hander grabbed his biceps as he walked off the mound with a trainer, David Lennon of Newsday was among those to..." April 30

  • Sandy Alderson: Syndergaard's call to skip MRI on arm

    ESPN "New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Saturday that it was unusual for a player to refuse an MRI, as Noah Syndergaard did Friday, but noted "I can't strap him down and throw him in the tube." Syndergaard is scheduled to start Sunday after being pulled from his start Thursday with..." April 29

  • Mets' April gets worse as Syndergaard has a 'tired arm,' scratched from start

    CBS Sports "Mets ace Noah Syndergaard was slated to start in day action Thursday against the Braves. Instead, it'll be Matt Harvey, as Syndergaard is dealing with a "tired arm" right now, according to Mets beat writer Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. While there's never a good time to lose a player the caliber..." April 27

  • R.A. Dickey: Syndergaard trade made sense for both parties at the time

    New York Post "The rain spoiled more than a baseball game. The canceling of the series opener against the Braves on Tuesday night means R.A. Dickey will still make his return to the Citi Field mound, it just won’t be against Noah Syndergaard, one of the players the Mets traded him for in 2012. The two were..." April 26

  • Noah Syndergaard exits game with torn fingernail

    Hardball Talk "Mets’ right-hander Noah Syndergaard gave the Mets a scare on Friday night after exiting the Mets-Marlins game to examine his finger. It appeared to be the same finger that had been plaguing him for the last two weeks, when he first suffered a blood blister during his Opening Day start. Thankfully,..." April 15

  • Noah Syndergaard Wants Jay Z To Write a Rhyme About Him

    Complex "Basketball has LeBron. Football has Brady. With Derek Jeter having retired, baseball is looking for its next face of the game—its next player whom non-baseball fans recognize. A number of the athletes in contention for that spot are young: Bryce Harper (24), Mike Trout (25), Manny Machado (24),..." April 13

  • Noah Syndergaard blows off blister: ‘They don’t have to amputate it’

    Sportress of Blogitude "Noah Syndergaard’s Opening Day start was cut short due to a blister on his right middle finger. And to hear it from the New York Mets ace, not only is he taking a pretty simplistic approach to dealing with the issue, there shouldn’t be any cause for alarm or concern going forward. Syndergaard..." April 07

  • Noah Syndergaard: ‘Right now, New York is a Mets city’

    Sportsnaut "New York Mets ace pitcher Noah Syndergaard might just be taking this Thor business a bit too seriously these day, because he made a statement Wednesday that is just out of this world. “Right now, New York is a Mets city,” he said in an appearance on the “Dan Patrick Show.” When pressed about..." April 05

  • Syndergaard's next start pushed to Sunday due to blister

    sny.tv "Mets RHP Noah Syndergaard s next start will be pushed from Saturday to Sunday due to the blister on the tip of his middle finger that he dealt with during Monday's win over the Braves, Terry Collins said after the game. Robert Gsellman, who pitched the ninth inning on Monday, will move up a day..." April 04