New York Mets 8, Miami Marlins 6: Noah Syndergaard Strikes Out Three

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard struck three batters in 3.2 innings on Tuesday against the Miami Marlins.

  • New York Mets 8 (6-6)
  • Miami Marlins 6 (5-7)
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New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard took the ball from manager Terry Collins today and did not disappoint against the divisional rival Miami Marlins.

Thor, as he his affectionately known as, struck out three batters in 3.2 innings. He allowed two runs, one earned, and five hits.


Via Joe Frisaro of MLB.com:

“I thought I was OK out there,” Syndergaard said. “There were some things I was a little out-of-whack with here and there within the first three innings. Just some mechanical issues I was having that weren’t allowing me to throw my breaking pitches for strikes. … But I went out there and made some adjustments and was a lot happier.”

New York will be idle on Wednesday and then face these very same Marlins on Thursday.

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