The Mets and Noah Syndergaard hadn’t heard from Major League Baseball on Sunday about any further punishment stemming from the right-hander’s ejection Saturday night, when he threw a third-inning pitch behind Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley. And if that doesn’t change and he avoids a suspension for a pitch he said simply got away from...
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