2014 Season Statistics
16 GS, 7-4, 5.31 ERA, 23 BB, 82 K, 79.2 IP
Last Week's Statistics
2 GS, 1-0, 10.2 IP, 6 ER, 19 H, 0 BB, 11 K
Noah Syndergaard made two starts in the past week. Syndergaard struggled in the first of the two starts by allowing five earned runs and 11 hits in 3.2 innings pitched.
But then, in his most recent start, Syndergaard finally reverted back to pitching like the top prospect he has been all season for the Mets. He threw seven innings and allowed one earned run and six hits. He also had eight strikeouts and got a well-deserved win.
If Syndergaard has found himself again and starts to pitch very well for the next month or two, it's still possible he could make his major league debut this season, but time will tell whether that ends up happening.
Along with his new batterymate Kevin Plawecki, Syndergaard was also selected to participate in the 2014 MLB Futures Game. This will be the second consecutive Futures Game appearance for Syndergaard.
Prospect rankings are courtesy of MLB.com. Statistics are courtesy of MiLB.com.