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Mets Morning News for April 12, 2021

Mets Morning News for April 12, 2021

Photo by Sarah Stier/ Your Monday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Sunday’s Mets game lasted for two batters and due to some tremendously big and tremendously wet rain, the other 26 outs will have to wait until a doubleheader on August 31, so please wait until the game ends before coming to any conclusions about the Mets. Just in case you were wondering, the players also feel that starting the game knowing that rain was on its way was a dumb idea. Noah Syndergaard logged on late last night to give his thoughts on the...
Call to the Pen Apr 9, 2021

New York Mets: Noah Syndergaard puts Pirates on blast

New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard is just like every other baseball fan. He wants to be able to sit back, maybe crack open a cold one, and watch his favorite team play. In his case, watching the Mets is more than a way to relax; it is a way to scout opponents and mentally […] New York Mets: Noah Syndergaard puts Pirates on blast - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Rising Apple Apr 1, 2021

Mets look to make it three Opening Day shutouts in a row

The last time a team scored a run on Opening Day against the New York Mets was 2018. Remember that year? It feels like a century ago. Kevin Plawecki was the starting catcher. Adrian Gonzalez was over at first base. Noah Syndergaard, not Jacob deGrom, was on the mound. In fact, at this stage of […] Mets look to make it three Opening Day shutouts in a row - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
Rising Apple Mar 28, 2021

NY Mets: 3 reasons to remain confident in the bullpen in 2021

When it comes to pitching, the New York Mets strength has been the starting rotation for years now. It has featured the likes of Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Zack Wheeler, and many more. All who are capable of shutting out an opponent any given day… At least until the game gets handed to the bullpen. […] NY Mets: 3 reasons to remain confident in the bullpen in 2021 - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
New York Daily News Mar 27, 2021
Mets use opener in possible preview of pitching plans with Noah Syndergaard, Carlos Carrasco out

Mets use opener in possible preview of pitching plans with Noah Syndergaard, Carlos Carrasco out

With spring training winding down, the Mets took a stab at using an opener.
Amazin Avenue Mar 24, 2021
Mets option Jordan Yamamoto to Triple-A, reassign three other players

Mets option Jordan Yamamoto to Triple-A, reassign three other players

Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports The Mets’ Opening Day rotation appears to be lined up now. The Mets have optioned right-handed pitcher Jordan Yamamoto to Triple-A Syracuse, and they’ve reassigned fellow right-handed pitcher Corey Oswalt, catcher Bruce Maxwell, and infielder Brandon Drury. With that, it seems pretty clear that the Mets have decided upon their rotation for the start of the 2021 season. With Carlos Carrasco and Noah Syndergaard both set to begin the year on the injured list, Yamamoto was a contender for one of two rotation spots behind Jacob deGrom,...
Amazin Avenue Mar 22, 2021
Marcus Stroman is the anchor of the rotation behind deGrom in 2021

Marcus Stroman is the anchor of the rotation behind deGrom in 2021

Photo by Alejandra Villa Loarca/Newsday RM via With both Carlos Carrasco and Noah Syndergaard missing time this season, Stroman becomes even more vital to the Mets’ success. In 2020, the starting rotation was one of the Mets’ biggest weaknesses. Jacob deGrom was Jacob deGrom as always and David Peterson had a promising rookie season, but Noah Syndergaard was hurt, free agent signings Michael Wacha and Rick Porcello underperformed, and Marcus Stroman opted out of the season. When the offseason began, the rotation behind deGrom was a series of question marks. But...
Amazin Avenue Mar 20, 2021
David Peterson looks to solidify his future with the Mets in 2021

David Peterson looks to solidify his future with the Mets in 2021

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Should Peterson prove himself during a full season, he could become a valuable piece of the rotation for years to come. Last year, the Mets went into spring training under the assumption that four rotation spots were all sewn up. Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Marcus Stroman, and Rick Porcello were going to make the rotation. The last spot would be a battle between Steven Matz and Michael Wacha, with a dark horse candidate in rising minor leaguer David Peterson. It ended up playing out slightly differently, to put it extremely mildly. The...
Amazin Avenue Mar 19, 2021
Mets Morning News for March 19th, 2021

Mets Morning News for March 19th, 2021

Photo by Joe Sargent/MLB Photos via Your Friday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets After a promising prognosis earlier in the day, which included a live bullpen session, Mets pitcher Carlos Carrasco was diagnosed with a grade 1 hamstring tear after an MRI. Though it is unclear how much time Carrasco will miss, he almost certainly won’t be available for opening day and likely many weeks after. There’s now a decent possibility that Noah Syndergaard will return to the Mets rotation before Carrasco. Syndergaard hit 96 mph...
New York Post Mar 19, 2021
Mets’ Noah Syndergaard hits 96 on speed gun during rehab side session

Mets’ Noah Syndergaard hits 96 on speed gun during rehab side session

PORT ST. LUCIE — Noah Syndergaard threw a side session Thursday that resonated louder than most of his this spring. Part of it was the setting — he threw on Clover Park’s main field — but also a radar reading the Mets received indicating he reached 96 mph with his fastball. “Felt great,” Syndergaard told...

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