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Noah Syndergaard And Jacob deGrom Pushing To Pitch This Year For Reasons

The Mets lost to the Boston Red Sox 6-3 putting the latest final nail in the coffin for the Mets postseason hopes. Despite the Mets chances being nil, Jacob deGrom and Noah Syndergaard continue rehab programs to try to pitch this September.

Before the game, deGrom threw 20 pitches off the mound at Fenway Park. Syndergaard will begin a new rehab assignment with Triple-A Syracuse.

Why?

The Mets are completely out of it. Nothing deGrom or Syndergaard does will have any impact on the Mets postseason chances. They’re pushing key pitchers for reasons which are not entirely clear.

Neither deGrom nor Syndergaard will pitch in the postseason in 2021. They should’ve been shut down for the year already. Instead we’re seeing the Mets trying to get them on the mound again.

One thought on “Noah Syndergaard And Jacob deGrom Pushing To Pitch This Year For Reasons”

  1. KyleW says:

    Thor getting on the mound for an elite session might be worth $100 million to him. I’m sure it isn’t the Mets pushing.

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