For Noah Syndergaard and the New York Mets, the hope that their winning ways continue after the MLB All-Star break is a high one.

For starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard and the New York Mets, the world is their oyster.

Well, it is until the lineup gets shut out again.

Tonight they’ll be hoping Thor can carry his hot-pitching ways through the 2015 MLB All-Star break and onto the other side. He’ll take his 4-4, 3.11 ERA and pit it against Lance Lynn (6-5, 2.90 ERA) and the St. Louis Cardinals (who happen to be baseball’s best club).

Meanwhile, a former villain of Queens, John Smoltz, decided to throw a semi-controversial statement into the world of sports. He was recently quoted as saying that this current crop of Mets starting pitchers is already better than the Atlanta Braves collection in the 1990s.

And still, we’re all trying to recover from the marveling performance that was Jacob deGrom at the All-Star Game when he struck out the side on just 10 pitches:

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Founder of Elite Sports NY — Formerly of FanSided — Jets, Rangers, Knicks, Yankees, Mets, Giants — Has interviewed the likes of Rob Dyrdek, Michael Waltrip and Dominique Wilkins and has seen his work shared on major publications such as Bleacher Report, Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, Yahoo Sports, and Yardbarker.

Born as a New York Sports Fan, something unexplainable in his blood that’ll never be shaken. Remembers the Kevin Maas days, the Yankees on MSG, the Bruce Coslet era, and the Spring of ’94.

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