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Noah Syndergaard - SP NYM

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How worried should we be about his non-pitching shoulder?

All depends on how serious it is. Even though he doesn't throw with that arm it's still an important part of his delivery.

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Via ESPN:

Syndergaard (shoulder) will come off the 7-day DL to pitch Monday for Triple-A Las Vegas, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reports.
Spin:Syndergaard has dealt with both a forearm strain and a sprained shoulder over the last couple of weeks, but neither resulted in a significant absence for the Mets' prized pitching prospect. The 21-year-old has posted a 4.47 ERA and 1.49 WHIP over 11 starts with Las Vegas, numbers that are actually respectable by the standards of the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League.

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So far: 2 IP, 1BB, 1 H, 1K, 0 R,

28 Pithces/17 Strikes, 3 GO/ 1FO

Edit: First batter on 3rd inning, HR

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Man what is wrong with this guy... another bad start. ERA nearing 5 now in Triple A. I thought he was a surefire stud this year. Goes to show, you never know for sure with prospects!

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CBS says he won't be called up until August at the earliest.

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what is that supposed to mean? like he's hiding an injury (or not hiding it very well) or they just don't want to bring him up?

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Going to get a call later in the season?

Not when he's got a 5.35 ERA and a BAA at .293. He shouldn't be up this year.

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Going to get a call later in the season?

Not when he's got a 5.35 ERA and a BAA at .293. He shouldn't be up this year.

PCL

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Going to get a call later in the season?

Not when he's got a 5.35 ERA and a BAA at .293. He shouldn't be up this year.

PCL

Jimmy Nelson scoffs. I believe the majors is a little tougher than the PCL...

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So much for that....

"Syndergaard, coming off what might have been his best outing of the year and a save in the Futures Game, was hit hard Thursday.

Spin:

Syndergaard gave up seven runs on nine hits and three walks with five strikeouts in just five innings. He gave up three runs in the first, two in the second and two in the fifth. Syndergaard looked to have turned the corner, allowing just one run in his last start, but took a step back Thursday.

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http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/mets/bartolo-colon-flirts-perfect-game-dominates-mariners-3-2-mets-win-article-1.1877955

One team source said Wednesday that while the Mets would ideally like to bring up prospect Noah Syndergaard to plug into the rotation, they are adamant that they will not let the status of the major-league rotation affect Syndergaard’s development. Daisuke Matsuzaka will be kept ready to make a spot start if Colon is dealt quickly.

As of Wednesday, the Mets were not yet convinced he was ready to make the move to the majors — although two people in the organization said Syndergaard has improved enough that the possibility of him making his debut in 2014 is more likely now than it was a month ago.

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http://www.amazinavenue.com/2014/7/25/5937067/mets-prospect-noah-syndergaard-analysis-2014

Syndergaard has a pretty good 23.1 K% in AAA. 9.10 K/9 and a 2.87 BB/9 as well. I wouldn't say he's pitching great, but the 5.34 ERA doesn't tell the whole story. He's got a .375 BABIP. Luck hasn't exactly been on his side.

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I hope he gets a shot in sept when degrom is shut down, but he could probably use a full year in the minors.

Edit: minor league season would be done by then so maybe he does get that shot

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I hope he gets a shot in sept when degrom is shut down, but he could probably use a full year in the minors.

Edit: minor league season would be done by then so maybe he does get that shot

Or if Colon gets moved and Syndergaard strings together a couple of good starts here. Last start looked pretty good, hopefully he can keep this up.

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The feeling around NY seems to be that Syndergaard will be here eventually to get a shot. All of the underlying numbers still look fine.

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5.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 2 BB's, 8 K's yesterday.

That makes 1 ER allowed in his last 11.1 IP with 13 K's.

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David Lennon of Newsday hears that the Mets will not move top prospect Noah Syndergaard in "any type of deal."

Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reported Monday that the Mets are prepared to offer Syndergaard in a possible deal for Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, but that's apparently not the case. Of course, there's no evidence that the two sides have had serious talks, so it's hard to say for sure. Either way, it would obviously take an immense talent for the Mets to consider parting with him.

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Another overrated New York prospect. The guys they don't hype up end up being better than the ones they do. First it was Harvey over Wheeler and now its DeGrom over Montero and Syndergaard.

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