New York Mets: Noah Syndergaard Dealing With Similar Injury As Steven Matz

Bone Spurs for all as the injuries continue to pile up for the New York Mets.

It might be panic time for the New York Mets.  Noah Syndergaard has been dealing with a bone spur in his right elbow.

This news, which was denied by Thor himself, comes a day after Steven Matz was diagnosed with a bone spur.


Syndergaard was lifted from the game last night against the Washington Nationals after just three innings.  Thor came back down to earth as he gave up five runs in those three innings.

Even Terry Collins denied there were problems with Syndergaard’s elbow after the game although that obviously was not the case.  New York’s ace just didn’t have his stuff, which is why he was removed from the came.

The Mets are going to have to get creative here if they want to continue to compete for a playoff spot in 2016.  Do they have Syndergaard get in-season surgery or can he pitch through the discomfort?

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