Noah Syndergaard Is Officially Back For The New York Mets

The New York Mets have reinstated Noah Syndergaard from the 60-day injured list. The 29-year-old pitcher has not played at the MLB level since 2019 after undergoing Tommy John Surgery. He was expected to return earlier this season, but was sidetracked with elbow inflammation. However, he is finally healthy enough to pitch again for the Mets.

Although the Mets currently sport a 73-82 record and won't be in the postseason, it's nice to see that Syndergaard is finally ready to be back with the Mets. When healthy, Syndergaard has had success with the team, as he was an All-Star during the 2016 season. Over his career thus far, he has a 47-30 record and 3.31 ERA. 

He is expected to start the second game of today's doubleheader against the Miami Marlins. Met fans should certainly watch him in action, as it's been so long. 

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