Mets Season in Review: Noah Syndergaard
Projected Role in 2017
In his first full season in the big leagues, Syndergaard already surpassed the 30 game started plateau. He has playoff and world series experience, as well as leading the rotation last year when pretty much everyone went down with injuries.
At only 24 years old, you have a case where Syndergaard could be the ace of this rotation for years to come.
Showing the fans and team last year the amount of heart and determination he has was something to celebrate. When he didn’t pitch up to his standards, he said it. This is a guy that will work on everything he needs to just so he could better himself for the future.
We already saw this offseason that while it’s a great honor to represent your country in a tournament, a World Series title is the ultimate goal. These guys won’t stop working until that dream becomes a reality.