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Noah Syndergaard - SP NYM

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Interesting. Definitely something he has to work on and develop. Could learn a lot from a guy like Harvey.

Learn how to be arrogant and cocky?

I know that sounds bad, but a player without confidence will not be as successful. I don't think they want him to be arrogant, they want him to have a "presence" to have confidence, ala PAPELBON.

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Got hit hard in his start today.. I was hoping for an early call-up this year, now i'm not sure it's gonna happen.

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We'll find out tonight.

BTW, he's coming off of a 7IP, 0ER, 4H, 2BB, 7K outing from last week. Hopefully this is the start of the build to the callup.

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Anyone can shed some light into when he may get a callup? Any concrete evidence beyond fan speculation would be great.

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He will get the call once the Super 2 deadline passes. The Mets will not call him up before that. He will definitely be up by July. This is the same approach taken with Harvey and Wheeler the past two years.

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Another strong start and no love? I just stashed him in my redraft.

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Per rotoworld:

Mets top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard has been placed on the disabled list at Triple-A Las Vegas with a mild flexor pronator strain in his right elbow.

Any elbow injury -- no matter how minor -- is cause for serious concern these days in baseball. Syndergaard, a Top 20 prospect according to every ranking service, will head to New York for examination by a joint specialist.

Please be okay. Elbow injuries are scary, and I really hope he's okay. Top pitching prospect in this league, and I'm really excited by what he can do when he gets the call.

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Per rotoworld:

Mets top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard has been placed on the disabled list at Triple-A Las Vegas with a mild flexor pronator strain in his right elbow.

Any elbow injury -- no matter how minor -- is cause for serious concern these days in baseball. Syndergaard, a Top 20 prospect according to every ranking service, will head to New York for examination by a joint specialist.

Please be okay. Elbow injuries are scary, and I really hope he's okay. Top pitching prospect in this league, and I'm really excited by what he can do when he gets the call.

I own him, so he is probably heading for TJS since every pitcher I own has had it...

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Definitely a bummer to those like me stashing in redraft leagues..

Sounds minor, so fingers crossed.

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Hopefully he starts throwing again soon. Right now hes on the 7day so lets see how he recovers. Im planning on stashing him once I get some more good news back regarding his injury. Go Mets!

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He should still pitch in the majors at some point this season, right? Now worried should we be about his elbow problem?

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Uh oh. Bad first inning, throws a wild pitch, "injury delay," then gets taken out of the game...

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Mets pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard left Thursday's start at Triple-A Las Vegas with a left shoulder injury.

Syndergaard was hurt after falling while trying to cover home on a wild pitch. The injury is to his non-pitching shoulder, but the top prospect was reportedly in a lot of pain. He'll be examined further before it's determined how long he'll be sidelined.

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