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Amazin Avenue Jan 22, 2020
Mets bring back catcher Rene Rivera on a minor league deal

Mets bring back catcher Rene Rivera on a minor league deal

Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports Contract for veteran backup Rivera includes spring training invitation Per Bob Nightengale, the Mets have re-signed catcher Rene Rivera to a minor league deal. The deal will pay him $1 million if he makes the major league roster with potentially more in incentives. It also includes an invitation to spring training. Rivera first joined the Mets as a backup catcher in 2016, when he developed a close relationship with pitcher Noah Syndergaard. The defensive specialist was sent to the Cubs in a waiver trade in 2017 and spent time with several other teams...
New York Post Jan 16, 2020

Noah Syndergaard possibly dating podcaster (and ex) Alexandra Cooper again

Things between Noah Syndergaard and his ex were icy — but it seems that relations may have Thor’d.
Friars on Base Jan 13, 2020

Could San Diego Padres and New York Mets be potential trade partners

We look at whether or not the San Diego Padres and New York Mets could lineup as trade partners this offseason to help each other out. Earlier this offseason we looked at potential trade partners from the NL East with the San Diego Padres. At that time we mentioned Noah Syndergaard and Yoenis Cespedes as […] Could San Diego Padres and New York Mets be potential trade partners - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Jan 10, 2020

WATCH: Has anything changed with the Mets' long-term plan for Noah Syndergaard?

On Friday, the Mets agreed to deals with all of their arbitration-eligible players, including starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard, who agreed to a $9.7 million deal.
Amazin Avenue Jan 10, 2020
Mets settle with all arbitration-eligible players

Mets settle with all arbitration-eligible players

Photo by Alex Trautwig/MLB Photos via The Mets won’t be taking any players to arbitration hearings. The Mets have settled on salaries for the 2020 season with all nine of their arbitration-eligible players. Those settlements on one-year contracts, per Anthony DiComo, are: Marcus Stroman for $12 million, Noah Syndergaard for $9.7 million, Michael Conforto for $8 million, Edwin Diaz for $5.1 million, Steven Matz for $5 million, Jake Marisnick for $3.3125 million, Brandon Nimmo for $2.175 million, Seth Lugo for $2 million, and Robert Gsellman for $1.225 million. Marisnick is...
New York Post Jan 10, 2020

Mets arbitration: Team agrees to deal with Noah Syndergaard ahead of deadline

The Mets focused on their pitchers ahead of Friday’s deadline for arbitration. The Mets and Noah Syndergaard reportedly agreed to a $9.7 million contract for 2020, avoiding arbitration. Syndergaard, 26, can become a free agent following the 2021 season. He went 10-8 with a 4.26 ERA and 202 strikeouts in 197.2 innings last season. The...
NorthJersey.com Jan 10, 2020
NY Mets, Noah Syndergaard avoid arbitration with $9.7 million deal

NY Mets, Noah Syndergaard avoid arbitration with $9.7 million deal

The 27-year-old starting pitcher and the New York Mets avoided arbitration on Friday, striking a deal for the right-hander to be paid $9.7 million .        

Mets arbitration guide: Marcus Stroman, Noah Syndergaard and Michael Conforto set for big raises

One of the reasons Brodie Van Wagenen and the Mets appeared reluctant to spend big on premium free agents like Anthony Rendon and Zack Wheeler is due to the number of players expected to receive salary bumps ahead of this year’s arbitration deadline. A total of nearly $46 million is projected to...
SNY TV Dec 30, 2019

ZiPS projections for Mets see dominant 2020 from Edwin Diaz, return to form for Noah Syndergaard

As the Mets look to take the next step, the ZiPS projections for the 2020 season are bullish on their chances.

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