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SportSyndergaard looks like Thor of old, dominates Rockies as Mets take series

23:35  09 june  2019
23:35  09 june  2019 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Noah Seth Syndergaard (born August 29, 1992), nicknamed Thor , is an American professional baseball pitcher for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB).

The Mets star joined the likes of Ed Sheeran as he made a brief appearance as a Lannister soldier On Sunday, New York Mets pitcher pretty much played … a pitcher. The baseball star was seen Syndergaard , who in a confusing mix of fantasy universes is nicknamed Thor , filmed the scene

Through seven innings, Noah Syndergaard gave up just the flimsiest excuse for a hit, a ball that just eluded backup second baseman Adeiny Hechevarria’s grasp in a dominating performance. Whatever frustration the flamethrowing righthander felt after getting pulled prematurely from his last start appeared resolved during his vintage outing.

The Rockies had no answers for his high 90’s heater. Syndergaard struck out seven and improved to 4-4.

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The statistics for Noah Syndergaard are getting truly ridiculous. Here’s a closer look at the On Monday, the Mets ’ flamethrowing righty dominated the hapless Phillies, holding them to one run in An ERA that microscopic won’t last, but the other numbers from the 23-year- old ’s outing are just as

BOX SCORE: METS 6, ROCKIES 1

Meanwhile the Mets inched their way to within a game of .500, at 32-33.

Syndergaard was backed up Todd Frazier’s 4-RBI afternoon, which included a mammoth three-run homer in the first inning. The Mets third baseman continued his stretch of red-hot hitting.

Sunday’s win clinched the kind of series win the Mets have largely lacked, winning 2 out of 3 against a solid team. After a 3-12 start, the Rockies have been playing good baseball recently.

After the dismal first inning, Rockies starter Jeff Hoffman eventually settled in, holding the Mets in check through the early frames with a sharp curveball. But Frazier’s RBI double padded the Mets’ lead in the fifth, and J.D. Davis’ triple - the first of his career - chased Hoffman later in the frame.

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A series against the Marlins might have looked like an opportunity to bounce back, but New York's season hit a new low. After a late return from Miami early Thursday morning, Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard wasn't happy the Mets had an afternoon game for their home opener.

The Thor nickname, Syndergaard said, came from a fan when he was still a prospect in the Toronto Syndergaard and his family have wholly embraced the moniker. Noah has “ Thor ” inscribed on his glove. But Hartman found him by taking a detour from the Hartman line and going back through his

Struggling righty Jeruys Familia tossed a scoreless inning, while Hector Santiago allowed a David Dahl RBI double to end the shutout bid in the ninth. The Mets pitching staff combined for a two-hitter.

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