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SNY TV 7 hours ago

Trade, free agent, and prospect options for Mets' rotation with Noah Syndergaard's injury impacting 2020, 2021

When the Mets lost Noah Syndergaard to Tommy John surgery, it impacted how their rotation will look in both 2020 and 2021.
SNY TV 11 hours ago

Mets' Pete Alonso takes issue with criticism about timing of Noah Syndergaard's surgery

With all elective surgeries on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, some eyebrows were raised when it was announced that Noah Syndergaard would have Tommy John surgery immediately rather than wait.
Amazin Avenue 16 hours ago
Mets Morning News for March 31, 2020

Mets Morning News for March 31, 2020

Photo by Al Bello/ Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets On National Doctors Day, the Mets posted a video thanking doctors for everything they have done and continue to do. The Mets sent a letter to staff saying they will not be able to employ them until “at least May 1” following the baseball season’s suspension. In the wake of Noah Syndergaard’s season-ending surgery, Sports Illustrated asked whether it’s wrong for baseball players to get Tommy John Surgery during a public health crisis. Pete Alonso responded to critics of...
New York Post Mar 30, 2020

Listen to Episode 4 of ‘Amazin But True’: Who Replaces Syndergaard? feat. Jim Breuer

It’s time for a brand-new episode of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with former Met Nelson Figueroa and me. We open the show reacting to the big news that Noah Syndergaard will miss the 2020 season after needing Tommy John surgery and won’t be back until sometime during the 2021 season. How will Syndergaard’s injury...
New York Post Mar 30, 2020

Mets mailbag: Noah Syndergaard fallout, plan for Andres Gimenez

You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Mets. If they are going to try to squeeze as many games as possible into this season (doubleheaders,...
Rising Apple Mar 30, 2020

Mets can get through the 2020 season without Noah Syndergaard

Losing Noah Syndergaard for the 2020 season is a big loss for the New York Mets, but it doesn’t spoil their chances at contention. The New York Mets were dealt another blow last week with the news that one of their top starting pitchers, Noah Syndergaard, will miss all of 2020 and possibly some of […] Mets can get through the 2020 season without Noah Syndergaard - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
SNY TV Mar 29, 2020

Mets Mailbag: On a potential Matt Harvey return, prospect Andres Gimenez, and more

With the MLB season still on hiatus, let's dip into the Mets Mailbag and talk a potential return for Matt Harvey, the future of Noah Syndergaard, and much more.
New York Post Mar 28, 2020
Fantasy baseball: What to do without Mets’ Noah Syndergaard

Fantasy baseball: What to do without Mets’ Noah Syndergaard

Thursday was supposed to be the first day we heard the crack of the bat and umpires screaming “Strike three” after the emphatic pop of the catchers’ glove. It was supposed to be the day we heard the roar of the crowd, cheering for the home team on Opening Day. Instead, there was silence. Thursday...
Amazin Avenue Mar 28, 2020
Mets Morning News for March 28, 2020

Mets Morning News for March 28, 2020

Photo by Mark Brown/ Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Mets confirmed on Friday that Noah Syndergaard’s Tommy John surgery went “as expected.” The Wilpons are still trying to sell the organization amidst all this chaos, but they may have to settle for a lower price than they originally envisioned. Despite the pledge from Mets and other MLB teams to support their ballpark employees during the shutdown, Citi Field workers have yet to receive any money or clarification from the organization. Steven Matz is making sure that...
New York Post Mar 28, 2020

Losing Noah Syndergaard isn’t shaking Steven Matz’s Mets confidence

It’s anyone’s guess when — or if — baseball will be played this season due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Steven Matz says he believes the Mets will still be able to contend, even after the loss of Noah Syndergaard to Tommy John surgery. “It’s hard to replace a guy like Noah,’’ Matz said by...
New York Post Mar 27, 2020

Noah Syndergaard has successful Tommy John surgery

Noah Syndergaard’s Tommy John surgery went as expected on Thursday, the Mets confirmed Friday. The right-hander will be out 12-15 months, which will sideline him for all of whatever part — if any — is played of the 2020 season and at least through the beginning of next year. Whenever baseball does resume after being...
SNY TV Mar 27, 2020

Here are Mets' updated odds to win NL East in 2020

While June and perhaps July are likelier target dates for the start of the season, one thing has remained constant for the Mets -- even with the team recently losing Noah Syndergaard for the season.
SNY TV Mar 27, 2020

Mets' Noah Syndergaard undergoes Tommy John surgery

In an enormous blow to the Mets' 2020 season and potentially their 2021 season as well, right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery.
Amazin Avenue Mar 27, 2020
Amazin’ Avenue Audio (The Show): Stay Safe

Amazin’ Avenue Audio (The Show): Stay Safe

This week, we talk about a life without baseball. Welcome to Amazin’ Avenue Audio (The Show), the new/old favorite from Amazin’ Avenue editors Chris McShane and Brian Salvatore. We last recorded an episode from the East Coast of Florida, tingling with anticipation for a new baseball season. Man, oh man, how times have changed. Now, Brian and Chris discuss what a year without baseball may look like, both from a fan’s perspective and from a contractual one. Then, we discuss what the status of Noah Syndergaard will be for 2021 after his Tommy John surgery, as well as take a look at the...
Amazin Avenue Mar 26, 2020
Mets Morning News for March 26, 2020

Mets Morning News for March 26, 2020

Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Noah Syndergaard is scheduled to undergo Tommy John surgery, but during a national health crisis how is he still able to get the surgery done? There are many questions facing the team now that they will be without one of their top pitchers and they will have to figure out what is next when the season gets underway. If there was ever a time to get the surgery, this would be a good year to do it because of the shortened season but it could end up making things worse...

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