Status: 60-Day DL. Status uncertain
Noah Syndergaard (lat) will rest four more weeks before beginning a throwing program.
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In addition to learning on Wednesday that they'll be without Matt Harvey for the foreseeable future, the Mets found out that fellow right-hander Noah Syndergaard will also be sidelined longer than expected.
Spin: A re-examination of Syndergaard's right lat revealed that the muscle is not healing as quickly as the Mets had hoped. As such, Syndergaard will not begin throwing for at least another four weeks, according to general manager Sandy Alderson. Syndergaard's initial timetable had him potentially throwing as soon as this month, with the righty returning in mid- to late July under the best-case scenario. The new timetable makes it unlikely that Syndergaard will rejoin the Mets before late August.
The real Thor might actually reside on the fictional planet of Asgard but the New York Mets starting pitcher prefers calling the Big Apple home.Luckily for Mets fans, Noah Syndergaard, who recently partnered with Cholula Hot Sauce, expressed his love for New York City in an interview with PEOPLE on Thursday.
Noah Syndergaard (lat) will rest four more weeks before beginning a throwing program. Syndergaard was prescribed a six-week shutdown period following the diagnosis of his partial lat tear, but it's actually going to be more like eight weeks. [...]
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The current trend indicates that there has been minimal movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Syndergaard. In the past week his own percentage has increased by 0.36% . Meanwhile his start percentage has decreased by 0.04% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Syndergaard is 99% and his lowest is 98.44%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 8.88% and lowest is 7.23%.
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