New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard is back and his arsenal of pitches was on full display Thursday night.
New York Mets ace Noah Syndergaard pitched in his second rehab game tonight since he tore his late in late April.
Following a shutout inning in his first appearance this past Saturday in the Gulf Coast League, the 25-year-old struggled tonight, surrendering three hits, three earned runs, and walking two.
Despite a shaky couple of innings, Thor’s fastball was clocked in the high 90 mph range and topped out at 100, while his slider sat around the low 90s.
Take a look at this ever so filthy strikeout:
Noah with the strikeout in Brooklyn pic.twitter.com/zqRueIUMXE
— SportsNet New York (@SNYtv) September 7, 2017
Syndergaard pitched the final game of the year for the Brooklyn Cyclones. With two rehab outings under his belt and his diversified pitching arsenal on full display in both, it is only a matter of days until Syndergaard gets called back up to the Mets, and can continue to make a fool out of MLB’s best hitters.