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2023 935.2 88.7 2 6 56 19 6.50 1.39
2022 266.510.7 134.7 10 10 95 31 3.94 1.26
3y Avg. 114.57.6 75.0 4 6 51 17 5.04 1.32
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  • Noah Syndergaard: Released by Guardians

    The Guardians released Syndergaard on Wednesday. The veteran right-hander was removed from Cleveland's 40-man roster over the weekend and is now officially a free agent after passing through waivers unclaimed. Syndergaard has posted a 6.50 ERA in 18 starts this season for the Dodgers and Guardians but could latch on with some team in need of an arm to eat innings.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Loses 40-man roster spot

    The Guardians designated Syndergaard for assignment Sunday, Julia Kreuz of MLB.com reports. After being acquired from the Dodgers in late July, Syndergaard made six starts for the Guardians. He was inconsistent during his time with Cleveland and will lose his spot on the 40-man roster after giving up five runs on four hits and three walks while striking out three over six innings in a no-decision Sunday against the Blue Jays. Cal Quantrill (shoulder) is on track to return from the 15-day injured list this week, so the Guardians no longer had room in the rotation for Syndergaard. If Syndergaard clears waivers, it wouldn't be surprising if he elects free agency in order to seek out another opportunity elsewhere during the final month of the regular season.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Designated for assignment

    Syndergaard was designated for assignment by the Guardians on Sunday, Julia Kreuz of MLB.com reports. Syndergaard was traded from the Dodgers to the Guardians in late July, and he made six starts for his new club. He was inconsistent during his time with Cleveland and will lose his spot on the 40-man roster after giving up five runs on four hits and three walks while striking out three in six innings Sunday against the Blue Jays. Cal Quantrill (shoulder) is slated to return from the injured list this week, so Syndergaard was no longer needed as a starter. If he clears waivers, it wouldn't be surprising to see Syndergaard elect free agency so he can seek out another organization for the final month of the regular season.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Quality start against former club

    Syndergaard came away with a no-decision Tuesday in the Guardians' win over the Dodgers, giving up three runs on four hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out four. The veteran right-hander wasn't dominant, managing only nine swinging strikes among his 95 pitches, but Syndergaard did deliver his first quality start since April. He's alternated solid outings with poor ones since coming over to Cleveland at the trade deadline, but his overall 4.94 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 15:7 K:BB through 27.1 innings makes him an unappealing fantasy option in most formats. He'll look to build some momentum in his next start, likely to come this weekend in Toronto.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Falls to Reds

    Syndergaard (1-2) took the loss Wednesday, allowing six runs (five earned) on eight hits and two walks over 4.1 innings against Cincinnati. He struck out three. Syndergaard allowed just one run through his first three innings before the Reds broke the game open with four runs on a pair of homers in the fourth. The 30-year-old Syndergaard's now allowed 12 earned runs through his first four starts (21.1 innings) with Cleveland. His ERA sits at an unsightly 6.57 with a 1.45 WHIP and 49:15 K:BB across 16 starts (76.2 innings) this season between the Guardians and Dodgers. Syndergaard's currently lined up for a home matchup with those same Dodgers in his next outing.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Collects first win since April

    Syndergaard (1-1) earned the win Thursday, allowing one run on six hits and two walks over 5.2 innings in a 4-3 victory over Toronto. He struck out five. Syndergaard struggled early but settled in after that, hurling three consecutive 1-2-3 innings before once again running into trouble in the sixth. He was replaced by Nick Sandlin with two outs in the frame, just missing out on a quality start. Syndergaard has allowed one run or fewer in two of his first three starts with the Guardians, and Friday's win was his first since April 30.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Falls to White Sox on Saturday

    Syndergaard (1-5) pitched six innings against the White Sox on Saturday, allowing five runs on nine hits and no walks while striking out three batters. While Syndergaard was able to give Cleveland decent length, throwing 83 pitches over six frames, he had trouble keeping the ball in the park. The right-hander served up four homers, including three across the third and fourth innings. Syndergaard at least seemed to be physically fine after departing his previous contest as a result of taking a comebacker off his lower right leg, but this was a step back compared to that outing, during which he allowed just one run over 5.1 frames. The veteran hurler is getting a shot in the Guardians' rotation due to a slew of injuries to other starters, but he's struggled to get big-league hitters out this season, compiling a 6.75 ERA over 14 starts between Cleveland and the Dodgers.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Confirmed to start Saturday

    Syndergaard (leg) will start Saturday's home game against the White Sox, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. He exited his Guardians debut Monday in the bottom of the sixth inning after being struck in the lower right leg by a comebacker, but he apparently suffered little more than a minor bruise. Syndergaard, who struck out zero batters in 5.1 innings Monday, has struck out just 21 batters over his last 44.2 frames. On a positive note, the right-hander did showcase a bump in velocity Monday. Per Bell, his four-seamer averaged 93.5 miles per hour (up 0.9 mph from his season average), his three cutters averaged 91.3 mph (up 2.0 mph) and his sinker averaged 93.9 mph (up 1.6 mph).
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Exits after being hit by comebacker

    Syndergaard exited Monday's start against the Astros in the bottom of the sixth inning after being struck by a comebacker in his lower right leg, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. Syndergaard was on the 15-day injured list with a finger injury when he was traded from the Dodgers to the Guardians on Wednesday, but he was activated to make his Cleveland debut Monday. The 30-year-old was relatively productive prior to his premature exit, allowing a run on two hits and two walks while failing to strike out a batter in 5.1 innings. Syndergaard gave up at least five runs in each of his final three starts with the Dodgers, but his first outing with Cleveland was encouraging. However, the exact nature and severity of his injury are unclear, and whether he'll be able to make his next turn through the rotation remains to be seen.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Will make Cleveland debut Monday

    Syndergaard (finger) is scheduled to be reinstated from the 15-day injured list to start for the Guardians on Monday in Houston, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports. Syndergaard will be making his Guardians debut after he was acquired from the Dodgers on Wednesday in exchange for shortstop Amed Rosario. The 30-year-old has been on the injured list since early June due to a blister on his right index finger and struggled to a 7.16 ERA in 55.1 innings (12 starts) during his time with Los Angeles.
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  • Guardians' Noah Syndergaard: Traded to Cleveland

    The Guardians acquired Syndergaard (finger) and cash from the Dodgers on Wednesday in exchange for shortstop Amed Rosario, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Syndergaard has been on the injured list since June while recovering from a blister on his right index finger, but the issue looks to be mostly behind him since he's been able to make a pair of five-inning rehab starts coming out of the All-Star break. The 30-year-old righty holds a 7.16 ERA and 1.45 WHIP through 55.1 innings across 12 starts in the majors this season, and even though Los Angeles' starting depth has been significantly tested, the Dodgers apparently no longer viewed him as a rotation option. Syndergaard will join a Cleveland squad that has similarly had its depth tested, but he should at least have a path to the No. 5 spot in the rotation in the short term. The Guardians have deployed reliever Xzavion Curry as their nominal fifth starter of late, with Curry being limited to three innings in both of his last two outings.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Making next rehab start Thursday

    Syndergaard (finger) is scheduled to make another rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Syndergaard's upcoming start will be his third in the minors, and manager Dave Roberts noted Thursday's outing will be the right-hander's final one of the rehab assignment. "That's when the rubber meets the road, and we have to make a decision," stated Roberts. If he comes out of the appearance feeling healthy, the Dodgers should activate Syndergaard from the 15-day injured list and would likely give him another chance in the starting rotation, especially with Emmet Sheehan (8.49 ERA over his last five starts) struggling at the back end.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Struggles in second rehab start

    Syndergaard (finger) tossed five-plus innings for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday, allowing four runs on six hits and no walks while striking out two batters. Syndergaard's final line doesn't tell the full story of his outing. The veteran hurler made it through five innings having retired 15 of 17 batters and having given up just one run, but he allowed four straight hits to begin the sixth, and three of those batters came around to score. He worked up to 77 pitches in the outing, 58 of which were a strike. Syndergaard is trying to make it back up to the big club, and his ability to do so will likely depend upon what he's able to show during his stint in the minors. Friday's outing was a mixed bag toward that end given his excellent first five frames and sputtering finish.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Kicks off rehab assignment

    Syndergaard (finger) tossed five innings for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday, allowing two runs on four hits and no walks while striking out six batters. While Syndergaard is technically on the IL due to a finger blister, the organization has made it clear that the veteran hurler's time away from the team is primarily to have him reset after posting a 7.16 ERA and 1.45 WHIP over his first 12 starts. Though the right-hander yielded a pair of runs in his first rehab outing, he also demonstrated good efficiency, needing just 52 pitches -- 41 of which were a strike -- to get through five frames. The Dodgers have suggested that they still see Syndergaard as a big-league starter, but he'll need to demonstrate improvement during his time with OKC to reclaim that role. Saturday's appearance was a positive step in that direction.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Set for rehab assignment

    Syndergaard (finger) will soon head out on a minor-league rehab assignment, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Syndergaard passed his final side-work test Friday afternoon at Dodger Stadium with a successful three-inning simulated game. Out since early June with a finger blister, not to mention a 7.16 ERA, he'll have to show encouraging results on his rehab stint in order to earn another chance in the Los Angeles rotation.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Throwing session pushed back

    Syndergaard (finger) had his simulated game pushed back to Friday, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Syndergaard was originally scheduled to throw Thursday, but he hasn't suffered a setback according to reports., Instead, he could be needed out of the bullpen given the rash of injuries and other absences currently thinning the Dodgers' relief corps. Syndergaard's long-term role remains in flux, but he could return to the mound earlier than expected if he doesn't need to stretch out in the short term.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Advancing to simulated work

    Syndergaard (finger) is scheduled to throw a simulated game Thursday, Matthew Moreno of DodgerBlue.com reports. Syndergaard has made it through a handful of bullpen sessions without issue and will now advance to facing live hitters. Out since June 8 due to a blister on his right index finger, the 30-year-old is expected to head out on a lengthy minor-league rehab assignment before he becomes a consideration again for the Dodgers' pitching staff. He had had struggled to a 7.16 ERA in 55.1 innings (12 starts) prior to the IL stint.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Throws bullpen, faces hitters

    Syndergaard (finger) threw a bullpen session and faced live hitters Saturday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. Syndergaard landed on the injured list June 8 with a blister on his right index finger. The plan was to go slow with Syndergaard's rehab process so that he could mentally reset after beginning the season with a 7.16 ERA and 1.45 WHIP through 55.1 frames. The Dodgers haven't indicated whether or not they plan on sending the veteran pitcher on a rehab assignment, but it appears Syndergaard is entering the home stretch of his recovery.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Will be brought back slowly

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Thursday that Syndergaard will be built up slowly once his blister heals, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Syndergaard was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday morning due to a blister on his right index finger, and the Dodgers will use this as a sort of season reset for him. He's struggled to a 7.16 ERA through 55.1 innings (12 starts) this year and seems likely to remain on the shelf through at least the end of June. It's unclear whether there will be a rotation spot available to Syndergaard whenever he's ultimately deemed fit to return to a major-league mound.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Lands on IL with blister

    Syndergaard was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday with a blister on his right index finger, Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports. Syndergaard has dealt with a blister problem off and on for the last month or so and also cracked a fingernail during Wednesday's outing versus the Reds. He'll be eligible to return later this month, but this could offer an opportunity for a reset for the struggling right-hander. With Julio Urias (hamstring) due back soon, Syndergaard's place in the rotation may have been tenuous regardless of the finger issues.
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