Noah Syndergaard

Noah Syndergaard Fantasy

Healthy
1.234 211th
2019
2.28 130th
BB9
2019
8.83 372nd
H9
2019
1.09 243rd
HR9
2019
9.20 304th
SO9
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 6" / 240 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
8/29/1992 (27)
Experience
5
College
None

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Noah Syndergaard News

Noah Syndergaard Undergoes Successful Tommy John Surgery

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard (elbow) underwent successful Tommy John surgery on Thursday. Assuming Syndergaard has no setbacks in his rehabilitation, he will miss 12-14 months and return sometime in the 2021 season. Syndergaard should be avoided in all 2020 redraft leagues. Syndergaard had been looking to bounce back from a disappointing 2019 campaign that saw him post a career-high 4.28 ERA and give up a league-high 94 earned runs. With his season-ending injury, both Steven Matz and Michael Wacha should both be assured of rotation spots when the 2020 season begins, making both pitchers fantasy relevant in mixed and NL-only leagues.

over 2 months ago
Noah Syndergaard Expected To Undergo Tommy John Surgery

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard (elbow) has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery in the near future, according to sources. The surgery will keep Syndergaard out until April of 2021 at the earliest, and his rehab is likely to stretch into the summer months of next season. You'll obviously want to avoid Thor if you've yet to have your fantasy baseball draft. It's tough news for the hard-throwing right-hander, as he was looking to bounce back from a disappointing 2019 campaign that saw him post a career-high 4.28 ERA and give up a league-high 94 earned runs. With his season-ending injury, both Steven Matz and Michael Wacha should both be assured of rotation spots when the 2020 season begins.

over 2 months ago
Noah Syndergaard On His Way To Bounce-Back Season?

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard had one of the worst seasons of his career in 2019, posting a 95 ERA+ and leading the National League in earned runs allowed. Syndergaard's fastball-slider combination can be among the deadliest in the majors, but he also allowed a career-high 24 home runs in his 32 starts last season. The good news is that he's working with a new pitching coach in 2020 and has fanned 11 hitters and allowed three runs in eight innings so far in spring training. It's a small sample size, but Thor has the ability to be a top-20 fantasy hurler with the stuff that he has. He's currently being drafted, on average, with pick No. 65.4 in fantasy drafts.

over 2 months ago