Noah Syndergaard RUMORS & NEWS

  • Imagining Yankees-Mets deal for Noah Syndergaard or Jacob deGrom

    Newark Star-Ledger "The state of baseball in New York could not be more clear. The Yankees own the Big Apple while the Mets are, well, the Mets. The Yankees begin play on Friday tied for first place in the AL East and the owner of the best winning percentage (.700)..." May 18

  • Mets still waiting for the ‘old Noah’

    New York Post "Noah Syndergaard searched for a win for more than five weeks. The search for the “old Noah” still continues. The Mets co-ace had another solid, but unspectacular outing Tuesday night, picking up his first victory in six outings, in a 12-2 win over the Blue..." May 16

  • Mets’ rotation defense includes an overhyped Noah Syndergaard

    New York Post "He is not there yet. Noah Syndergaard may have a big career upside, but his Mets pitching coach bristles at the notion the fireballing right-hander is underperforming in a season he was expected by many to produce Cy Young-caliber numbers. “I just don’t know..." May 15

  • Noah Syndergaard is ready to get back on schedule

    New York Post "Noah Syndergaard normally would have taken his turn in the rotation following a rainout, but the previous night’s circumstances prevented it Sunday. All along Saturday, the Mets were led to believe their game against the Phillies would begin as scheduled. But shortly before the scheduled first..." May 14

  • Mets pushing back Matz’s scheduled start due to soreness, will go with Syndergaard vs. Braves on Tuesday

    New York Daily News "Steven Matz is having his scheduled start on Tuesday pushed back after he felt a soreness in his back. The Mets, who have an off day today, will start Noah Syndergaard on regular rest and then follow the rest of their rotation. Matz will instead pitch on Saturday. "We don't want to take the..." April 30

  • Noah Syndergaard is sending a message — starting now

    New York Post "This is the start of the Summer of Syndergaard. Starting with the first pitch in Thursday’s Opening Day at Citi Field, Noah Syndergaard is out to dominate. He is determined to be No. 1 and carry the Mets to October and beyond. No one expects more from Syndergaard than he expects from..." March 29

  • Noah Syndergaard to start second straight Mets opening day, deGrom to get second game

    North Jersey "When Noah Syndergaard exited Tuesday's 6-1 loss to the Astros, the coaching staff had a message for him: March 29 will be his day. For the second straight year, Syndergaard will get the ball on Opening Day, Mets manager Mickey Callaway announced after the game. Syndergaard is starting..." March 13

  • Syndergaard: People should stop freaking out that I'm throwing so hard in spring

    ESPN "New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard doesn't want anybody to freak out after he lit up the radar gun in his Grapefruit League debut this week. Of his 22 pitches over two innings, Syndergaard threw 11 that registered 100 mph or more in his first start of the spring against the Houston Astros..." March 03

  • Noah Syndergaard now has his own signature bat called ‘Thor’s Hammer’

    Larry Brown Sports "Noah Syndergaard is taking his alter-ego to a whole new level. The New York Mets right-hander now has his own signature bat called “Thor’s Hammer,” equipment manufacturing company SSK Baseball USA announced in an Instagram post on Friday. The company has also produced signature items for..." March 03

  • Noah Syndergaard let loose with multiple 100-mph pitches...but was that a good idea?

    New York Daily News "Thanks to a stunning display of February pitching that started with a 100-mph fastball and never slowed down, Noah Syndergaard turned his first spring training outing into a reason for Mets’ fans to dream again. If he makes it to Opening Day, that is. As exhilarating as it was to watch..." February 27

  • Should Mets' Noah Syndergaard be hitting 100 mph on radar gun in spring?

    Newark Star-Ledger "The best part about Noah Syndergaard's first spring outing may not have been the 101 mph fastball he threw multiple times over two innings. The moment that Syndergaard is going to hang on to is the moment he froze Jose Altuve for strike three to end his first inning of work. It was a changeup,..." February 26

  • Noah Syndergaard announces he’s ‘single’ again

    New York Post "Noah Syndergaard’s future may not include a certain blond bombshell. On Monday, the Mets ace took to Twitter to seemingly update his relationship status. “Baseball is my significant other. #focus #LGM,” Syndergaard tweeted, alongside a screenshot of a status dropdown box with “single”..." December 12