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New York Mets player predictions for the 2019 MLB season

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL - MARCH 05: Ball and gloves of the New York Mets sit in the dugout before a game against the Washington Nationals at Digital Domain Park on March 5, 2012 in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The Nationals defeated the Mets 3-1. (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
PORT ST. LUCIE, FL - MARCH 05: Ball and gloves of the New York Mets sit in the dugout before a game against the Washington Nationals at Digital Domain Park on March 5, 2012 in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The Nationals defeated the Mets 3-1. (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images) /
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NEW YORK, NY – MAY 20: Noah Syndergaard #34 of the New York Mets pitches agsainst the Arizona Diamondbacks during their game at Citi Field on May 20, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) /

Noah Syndergaard

Do we finally see a masterful year from Noah Syndergaard in 2019? He has yet to have a bad season. There’s no time like now to become a Cy Young candidate.

A healthy Syndergaard is one of the top pitchers in the league. Is this the year that the Mets’ staff finally stays together all year? – Kevin Strauss

Noah stays healthy for the entire season and, after a rocky start, is lights out from May on. – Jason Dye

Syndergaard’s success for 2019 again relies on his health. If he stays healthy and can give the Mets 27 or 28 starts minimum, he should post season highs in strikeouts and wins for his career. – Steve Malik

I am positive that Syndergaard will be phenomenal next season. Fans are hoping that he can stay healthy in 2019 but even if something does happen, he will not disappoint and will still be lights-out when he does pitch. He is key to getting the Mets to the postseason. – Leen Amin

We know Jacob deGrom will be dominant. We also know that Syndergaard has the raw potential to establish himself as the best pitcher on the team. If he is able to stay healthy and recapture his All-Star form from 2016, Syndergaard could be the most valuable #2 pitcher anywhere in baseball. – Allen Settle

Syndergaard will stay healthy and have a season similar to 2016. He’ll learn from deGrom to throw more high fastballs and increase his strikeout rate. – Nick Scheurer

Syndergaard made it clear he wanted to stay with the Mets, and he will prove why in 2019. He will be one of the best number 2 starters in baseball and have his first healthy season since 2016. – Mark Sales

Noah Syndergaard ended the year with a shutout; the first of his career. I expect him to continue to grow as a pitcher this year and finally have the kind of season we’ve been hoping for. This includes fantastic numbers and a complete year free from the disabled list. – Tim Boyle

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