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55 Noah Syndergaard SP
Height/Weight: 6-6/230 | Birthdate: 8/29/1992 | Birthplace: Mansfield, TX | Bats/Throws: L/R | Team: New York | College: None | MLB Experience: Rookie | Owned/Started%: 42/0 | Average Draft Position: 244.52
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Noah Syndergaard 'too slow' in Triple-A start


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(4/10/2014) Mets pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard did not take a step toward a major league mound in his second Triple-A start on Wednesday. He yielded three runs on six hits and two walks in five innings, prompting Las Vegas manager Wally Backman to complain about his pace.

"His tempo was way too slow, especially early in the game," Backman told ESPN.com. "He got better as the game went on but there were times he was 20-plus seconds in between pitches. His stuff was there, but everything you hear about in baseball is rhythm and timing and it wasn't there tonight for him."

The 21 year old struggled this spring but could work his way on to the major league roster if he makes progress this season.


Report: Mets not interested in trading Noah Syndergaard


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/19/2014) While the Mets are in the market for a shortstop, one player they won't deal to get one is top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. 

Scouts from the Diamondbacks and Mariners were watching Syndergaard pitch on the back fields at the Mets' spring facility Tuesday, but a person familair with the Mets' thinking told Heyman the team isn't willing to offer Syndergaard in a deal for a shortstop.

The Mets have been linked to trade rumors involving Mariners infielder Nick Franklin, and Arizona shortstops Chris Owings and Didi Gregorius.


Mets officially move Noah Syndergaard to minors


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/18/2014) It was only a matter of time, but the Mets finally made the move Tuesday, sending top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard to minor-league camp.

"No matter how well I threw during spring training, whether I struck out everybody and didn't allow any runs whatsoever, I think I still was going to go over to the minor league side regardless," Syndergaard said, per MLB.com. "I know there's a business standpoint to it and there's other things I need to work on on the mound."

Syndergaard posted a 5.19 ERA in four spring starts, striking out 10 batters and walking five over 8 2/3 innings. He will open the season at Triple-A Las Vegas, with a likely promotion to the majors this summer.

"The message was, 'We'll see you pretty soon,' basically," Syndergaard said. "That's always a good thing to hear."


Noah Syndergaard impresses in spring debut Monday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/3/2014) Mets pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard wowed in his spring debut Monday, allowing just one hit in two scoreless innings while striking out two in his team's 6-2 win over the Braves.

"Today was a big test,'' manager Terry Collins said. "You've got the Atlanta Braves. The leadoff hitter is as big as you are. That kind of shows you aren't in Kansas anymore. You're where the big guys play, and he handled it.''

Syndergaard has established himself as one of the top pitching prospects in baseball, ranking in the top 16 on both the Baseball America and MLB.com preseason top-prosect lists. He went 9-4 with a 3.06 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 133:28 K:BB ratio in 117 2/3 innings between high Class A St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamtom last season.


Noah Syndergaard displays his talent against teammates


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2014) Premier Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard showed why he is so highly regarded with his performance in a Thursday intrasquad game by striking out five in two innings, though he did yield three hits and an earned run.

The 21-year-old Syndergaard has yet to pitch professionally beyond 13 innings last year at the Rookie League level, but he has already earned the praise of Terry Collins and could land in the Mets rotation sometime this season.


Noah Syndergaard has 'really impressive' bullpen session


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/17/2014) It's no secret Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard is one of the top prospects in baseball. Everyone continues to rave about his potential, and Mets manager Terry Collins was the latest after watching the talented right-hander throw 40 pitches in a bullpen session Monday.

"Let’s face it -- great stuff," Collins said, per ESPN. "This kid is throwing 97 mph today with a hook from hell. Really impressive."

While Syndergaard is expected to open the year in the minors, he's looking forward to getting the call to the majors -- whenever it might be.

"I know there’s a bigger picture involved, and when the organization thinks I’m ready is when I’ll officially be ready, and I’ll look forward to being in New York," Syndergaard said. 


Mets begin to formulate innings plan for Noah Syndergaard


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(1/22/2014) Even though spring training has yet to begin, the Mets are already formulating a plan on how to handle top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard, who is likely to make his MLB debut in 2014. The big issue is regarding Syndergaard's innings, according to ESPN.

The right-hander threw just 124 2/3 innings last season, which included the Double-A playoffs and his Futures Game appearance. Matt Harvey logged 135 2/3 innings the season before his MLB debut and Zack Wheeler logged 149 innings the year before his debut. Typically, teams only like pitchers to make a 30-35-inning increase from the previous season, which means Syndergaard might be shut down before he reaches 160 innings this year.

Mets vice president of player development and scouting Paul DePodesta said the team can get creative in order to have Syndergaard available late in the season. He said the team won't delay the start of Syndergaard's season, but they might consider initially bringing the young righty to the majors as a reliever.

"We're in the process of planning everyone's schedule, Noah included," DePodesta said. "[Wheeler and Harvey] had different paths to the major leagues, even though both resulted in a midseason call-up. Noah's path will also be different, even if there are similarities. Further, while we will create a plan for him before the season begins, the plan will inevitably change as the season progresses."


Noah Syndergaard surviving while refining changeup


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(7/29/2013) Mets starting pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard continued to dominate for Double-A Binghamton Sunday. Syndergaard improved to 4-0 in seven starts since his promotion from Class A St. Luice, allowing just a solo home run and striking out eight in six innings.

Syndergaard has a 2.25 ERA and .226 opponents' batting average, while striking out 46 batters and walking eight in 36 innings for Binghamton.

Syndergaard's only mistake Sunday resulted in allowing his fifth home run since his promotion. It also came on a changeup, which is a pitch the right-hander said he's working on improving.

"It wasn't the best pitch to throw in that situation," he said, per MLB.com. "Need to work on the changeups. You can't survive in the big leagues with just a fastball."


Noah Syndergaard performing well despite increase in HRs


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(7/18/2013) Mets starting pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard returned to the mound Wednesday for Double-A Binghamton after throwing a scoreless inning in Sunday's All-Star Futures Game. Syndergaard allowed three runs on seven hits (two home runs) and three walks, while striking out five in five innings.

Syndergaard is 2-0 with a 2.16 ERA and 1.28 WHIP in five starts since his promotion from Class A St. Luice to Binghamton. He has 31 strikeouts to seven walks in 25 innings. But he has already allowed more home runs (four) than he did (three) in 12 starts for St. Lucie.


Noah Syndergaard set for Double-A debut


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(6/23/2013) Mets starting pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard will make his debut for Double-A Binghamton Sunday, according to ESPN. The right-handed pitching prospect went 3-3 with a 3.11 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in 12 starts for Class A St. Lucie.

Syndergaard also struck out 64 batters, walked 16 and allowed three home runs in 63 2/3 innings. He entered the season as the Mets' third-best prospect by MLB.com. He is considered a top 100 prospect by MLB.com (No. 29) and Baseball America (No. 54).


Noah Syndergaard thriving since worst outing


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(5/15/2013) Mets starting pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard has been outstanding for Class A St. Lucie since allowing a season-high seven runs April 18 against Fort Myers. Syndergaard has allowed a total of four runs (two earned) in his last four starts, bringing his ERA down to 2.61.

Syndergaard has gone at least six innings in each of his last four starts and has managed at least five strikeouts three times in that span. He is 2-1 with a .254 opponents' batting average, 38 strikeouts, 13 walks and one home run allowed in 38 innings this season.

The right-hander, who was picked up in the offseason in a trade with Toronto, entered the season as the Mets' third-best prospect, according to MLB.com.


Noah Syndergaard living up to billing at Class A


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(5/5/2013) Mets starting pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard took his first loss of the season for Class A St. Lucie Friday, despite allowing one run on two walks and eight hits in six innings. Syndergaard also struck out five.

Snydergaard has allowed two or fewer runs in five of six starts. He is 1-1 with a 2.90 ERA and .274 opponents' batting average. He has 31 strikeouts, 12 walks and one home run allowed in 31 innings. Syndergaard is considered the Mets' third-best prospect by MLB.com.


Noah Syndergaard offers glimpse into future


by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2013) Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard -- one of several heavily touted pitchers in the organization -- made his season debut Sunday, working four scoreless innings for Class A St. Lucie against Jupiter (Miami). Syndergaard, who was part of the package that sent catcher Travis d’Arnaud to New York in exchange for R.A. Dickey, allowed three hits, walked one and struck out five.

At just 20 years old, the right-hander is not expected to rise to the majors until at least the 2014 season.


Syndergaard gets to work as Met


by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com
(2/24/2013) Flanked by an assortment of minor-league coaches and executives, Mets pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard fired a 30-pitch bullpen session with his new team Sunday. It's the first step in what the organization hopes will be a successful path to the majors for the 20-year-old, who was acquired as part of the offseason trade that sent Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey to Toronto. "Just being traded for the Cy Young Award winner has put a little nerves on me," Syndergaard told MLB.com. "I'm going to work as hard as I can to get my way up to the big leagues, get to New York."

Syndergaard moves on to Mets


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/17/2012) The Blue Jays have shipped starting pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard, along with catcher prospect Travis d'Arnaud, veteran catcher John Buck and outfield prospect Wulimer Becerra, to the Mets for starting pitcher R.A. Dickey, catcher Josh Thole and catcher Mike Nickeas. The deal had been in the works all weekend but was contingent on the Blue Jays agreeing to an extension with Dickey, which happened Monday.