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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 266.510.7 134.7 10 10 95 31 3.94 1.26
2021 -3-1.5 2.0 1 2 9.00 1.50
3y Avg. 859.4 45.7 3 4 32 10 3.94 1.25
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Bothered by blister Tuesday

    Syndergaard said he was bothered by a hand blister during his Cactus League start Tuesday against the Giants, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Syndergaard also said he struggled to find his footing on what was a rainy afternoon in Arizona, which led to inconsistent velocity readings. He gave up six earned runs on six hits and a walk over 4.1 innings of work as his spring ERA ballooned from 0.96 to 4.61. The 30-year-old right-hander has battled this blister off and on for the last few months and it seems unlikely to alter his readiness for his first scheduled turn in the Dodgers' season-opening rotation.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Strong results so far this spring

    Syndergaard has tossed five scoreless innings through two spring appearances, allowing one hit and no walks while striking out four batters. The Dodgers signed Syndergaard over the winter with the hope of turning him into another pitching reclamation success, as they did with both Tyler Anderson and Andrew Heaney last season. Though spring-training stats should always be taken with a grain of salt, the results have been encouraging thus far given Syndergaard's first two outings. On a less positive note, the veteran right-hander has yet to display the in-game bump in velocity that manager Dave Roberts hinted at in mid-February, as he topped out at 93 mph in his first outing and 94 mph in his second, per Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times. Syndergaard averaged 94.1 mph on his fastball last season, well below his early-career velocity, which averaged over 98 mph.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Fastball topping out at 93 mph

    Syndergaard topped out at 93 mph with his fastball during Thursday's spring game, Juan Toribio of reports. Offseason reports suggested that Syndergaard might be on the path back to the high-90s with his heater, and there's still time for his velocity readings to improve before Opening Day, but the 30-year-old right-hander acknowledged he thought he'd be further ahead with it at this point. He averaged around 98 mph during his best years with the Mets and came in just shy of 94 mph last season between the Angels and Phillies.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Showing improved velocity

    Syndergaard has shown an uptick in velocity during early-camp bullpen sessions, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic on Friday. "There's going to be a marked increase in velocity (this year), in our opinion," Roberts said. Syndergaard went to Driveline over the offseason with the goal of regaining some pop on his fastball, so this news is encouraging. The right-hander averaged about 94 mph with his fastball in 2022, down 4-5 mph from his pre-injury peak. Syndergaard's velocity will be something to watch during Cactus League play.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Signs with Dodgers

    Syndergaard agreed to a contract with the Dodgers on Wednesday, Jeff Passan of reports. It's a one-year, $13 million contract with incentives worth up to $1.5 million, per Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Syndergaard joined the Angels on a one-year contract for 2022, but he was traded to the Phillies and briefly dropped from the rotation late in the season. The right-hander had a 3.94 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 95:31 K:BB across 134.2 innings and should round out Los Angeles' rotation after Tyler Anderson and Andrew Heaney departed via free agency.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Takes loss in Game 5

    Syndergaard pitched three innings and took the loss during Thursday's 3-2 defeat to the Astros in Game 5 of the World Series, allowing two runs on three hits and zero walks while striking out four. Syndergaard got off to a tough start in Game 5, allowing a leadoff double to Jose Altuve and an RBI single to Jeremy Pena. Although he was able to limit the damage to one run in the first inning, the Astros jumped ahead with a solo shot from Pena in the fourth inning, knocking Syndergaard from the game. The 30-year-old has a modest 3.33 ERA across 8.1 innings in the postseason with eight Ks.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Monday's start postponed

    Syndergaard won't make his scheduled start in Monday's Game 3 of the World Series against Houston, as the game has been postponed due to rain. Game 3 will now be played Tuesday, and the team has already confirmed that Ranger Suarez will be the one toeing the rubber. Syndergaard is now scheduled to start Game 5, per Matt Gelb of The Athletic, which is set to take place Thursday.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Starting Game 3

    Syndergaard will start Game 3 of the World Series against the Astros on Monday. He has thrown 5.1 innings across three appearances this postseason, with his three innings Oct. 15 against Atlanta representing his postseason high. Syndergaard has given up one run on three hits and a walk while striking out four over that span. He is pitching opposite Lance McCullers and will presumably turn the ball over to the bullpen after one turn through the order, if not earlier.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: On very short leash

    Syndergaard is only scheduled to go through the order once in his start in Game 4 of the NLDS against Atlanta on Saturday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. While the Phillies could always adjust their plans based on Syndergaard's performance, his numbers since his mid-season move to Philadelphia suggest that he's unlikely to do much to change his manager's mind. In 10 appearances for his new team, he owns a mediocre 4.12 ERA, though his very low 13.7 percent strikeout rate suggests things could be meaningfully worse. The Phillies could hope to get multiple innings from Bailey Falter following Syndergaard's exit, though they could also turn to high-leverage options very early in the game. Even using Zack Wheeler in relief appears to be on the table.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Draws Game 4 start

    Syndergaard will start Game 4 of the NLDS on Saturday against Atlanta, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. After their win in Game 3 on Friday, Syndergaard will have the chance to send the Phillies to the NLCS with a strong performance. He entered Game 2 of the NLDS as a reliever and threw one inning -- his only appearance of the postseason. Bailey Falter was another option to draw the start in Game 4, and he could still serve in a multi-inning relief role if Syndergaard has a short outing.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Makes scoreless start

    Syndergaard (10-10) gave up two hits and two walks while striking out three over 5.2 scoreless innings to earn the win in an 8-2 victory over the Nationals on Saturday. Syndergaard looked very good in his final start of the season, and his first start since returning to the rotation after a brief stint in the bullpen. He held the Nationals scoreless into the sixth inning and helped to improve the Phillies' postseason chances by notching his 10th win of the year. Syndergaard lowered his ERA to 3.94 with the performance. It remains to be seen which role he will fill for the Phillies should they be playing further into October.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Starting Game 2 on Saturday

    Friday night's game between the Nationals and Phillies was postponed and Syndergaard will start Game 2 of a doubleheader Saturday, Todd Zolecki of reports. He will get an extra day of rest due to the remnants of Hurricane Ian. Saturday will be Syndergaard's final start of the regular season. He has a 4.91 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 10 strikeouts in 18.1 innings over four appearances this month.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Will start Friday's nightcap

    Syndergaard will start Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader against the Nationals, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Syndergaard last pitched Sept. 21 and fired two scoreless innings out of the bullpen, but he'll briefly return to the rotation for Friday's twin bill. The right-hander struggled in his last four starts prior to the move to the bullpen with a 6.14 ERA across 22 innings.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Moving to bullpen

    Syndergaard will work as Zack Wheeler's piggyback partner for the next two turns in the rotation, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Syndergaard, who has a 6.14 ERA and 1.50 WHIP over his last four starts, lost the battle for the last rotation spot to Bailey Falter and will come in to relieve Wheeler in his first two starts back from the injured list. The arrangement could lead to Syndergaard qualifying for a win or two if he pitches well in this new role. His first opportunity will come Wednesday against Toronto, and he's then expected to follow Wheeler again Sept. 27 in Chicago. The Phillies expect to add Syndergaard back to their rotation for their Oct. 1 doubleheader in Washington.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Sunk by two homers

    Syndergaard (9-10) allowed four earned runs on six hits and one walk while striking out three across six innings to take the loss Thursday against the Marlins. Syndergaard allowed a pair of home runs, with the primary damage coming on a three-run shot by Bryan De La Cruz in the fourth inning. He was fairly uninspiring otherwise, inducing only four swinging strikes on 82 total pitches. Syndergaard has now allowed at least three earned runs in each of his last four starts, and he has a 6.14 ERA with a 13:3 K:BB across 22 frames in that span. Overall, he owns a 4.18 ERA in 127 innings on the season.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Nabs ninth win

    Syndergaard (9-9) picked up the win in Friday's 5-3 victory over the Nationals, giving up three runs on eight hits over six innings. He struck out two without walking a batter. The right-hander delivered his fourth quality start in his last six outings, but he hasn't quite been as reliable lately as that would suggest. Syndergaard has a 4.25 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 21:6 K:BB through 36 innings over that stretch, and his lack of dominance leaves him susceptible to the occasional implosion.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Takes no-decision against Giants

    Syndergaard did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing four runs (three earned) on seven hits and one walk over 4.1 innings in a 5-4 loss against the Giants. He struck out three. His own throwing error resulted in the Giants' first run in the first inning and Joc Pederson added an extra run to his ledger after Syndergaard exited the game in the fifth. Syndergaard was lifted after 75 pitches -- his lowest total so far in six starts for the Phillies. The right-hander has lost a lot of his dominance, but he's taken the ball 21 times between the Angels and the Phillies this season and posted respectable results (4.07 ERA, 1.28 WHIP) after nearly two full years away due to injury.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Surrenders five runs Sunday

    Syndergaard (3-1) took the loss Sunday, allowing five runs on nine hits and one walk over 5.2 innings against Pittsburgh. He struck out five. After getting off to a rough start in the first inning on a few base hits, Syndergaard settled in before giving up a run on a triple and sacrifice bunt in the fourth. The Pirates then tagged Thor for three runs on four hits to chase him in the sixth inning. The nine hits allowed were his second highest total of the season and helped push his WHIP up to 1.26. He lines up to take on the Giants in San Francisco in his next start.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Fires seven innings

    Syndergaard (8-8) allowed one run on three hits and two walks over seven innings Monday, striking out one and earning a win over the Reds. The only damage against Syndergaard came in the fifth inning when he served up a solo homer to Austin Romine. The 29-year-old righty has completed seven innings in two straight starts and he's now 3-0 with a 3.60 ERA in four starts since being acquired by the Phillies. On the year, he's registered a 3.77 ERA with a 77:26 K:BB over 105 frames. Syndergaard is lined up to face the Pirates at home this weekend.
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  • Phillies' Noah Syndergaard: Misses out on two-start week

    Syndergaard is now scheduled to make his next start Monday at home versus the Reds, after he had previously been lined up to take the hill for Sunday's series finale with the Mets at Citizens Bank Park, Anthony DiComo of reports. For the second time this season, Syndergaard will be missing out on a matchup with one of his former teams, as he was previously pushed off a potential start versus the Mets in June while he was a member of the Angels. For fantasy managers, the main impact is that Syndergaard will be denied a two-start week, though he'll tentatively line up for one the following week with matchups against the Reds on Monday and against the Pirates on Aug. 27.
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