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24 Mar 2020 at 06:51pm

 The first pitch
that Noah Syndergaard threw in Major League Baseball was 97 mph. His second
pitch was 98 mph. His fifth pitch was 99 mph. From that first start in 2015 it
was perhaps inevitable that this day time would arrive. The human being elbow
isn't built to regularly throw baseballs at such velocity. ESPN's Jeff Passan is
reporting that the New York Mets pitcher will certainly undergo Tommy John
surgical treatment on Thursday, the custom
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end diagnosis of the
irritation Syndergaard had experienced before the suspension of spring teaching
earlier this month. That would put him out for the entire 2020 season with an
optimistic timeline for a return next April and a conservative estimate more
like 15 months out -- something like the All-Celebrity break in 2021. It's hard
to evaluate the impact on the Mets for 2020, since we don't know when the season
will start -- or actually if we'll have a period. The Mets still do possess five
potential quality starters in two-time Cy Young winner Jacob deGrom, Marcus
Stroman, Steven Matz, Rick Porcello and Michael Wacha. The issues there are
Porcello had a rough 2019 with a 5.52 ERA for the Red Sox and Wacha had a 4.76
ERA (and 5.61 FIP) for the Cardinals. They allowed a combined 57 home runs in
300 innings. There is also little depth behind those five, with the next-in-line
candidates including Corey Oswalt, Walker Lockett and Stephen Gonsalves. The
Mets' upper-level pitching in the minors is probably about as poor as that of
any franchise, with no projected impact starters. Losing Syndergaard puts a lot
of pressure on Stroman to step MLB
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up as a strong No. 2 behind deGrom.
In his 11 starts with the Mets Los
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last season he had a 3.77 ERA, although his
walk rate increased from 2.5 per nine with the Blue Jays to 3.5 with the Mets.
Like Porcello and Wacha, he's not a huge strikeout pitcher for this era
(although he did boost from 7.1 strikeouts per nine with Toronto to 9.1 with the
Mets), so the Mets' defense -- which doesn't exactly project as a strength --
will have to perform better than it did in 2019. 




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