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Mets Account Made Sure To Troll Noah Syndergaard After Awful Start

Ever since Los Angeles Angels starter Noah Syndergaard commented that his teammate Reid Detmers‘ no-hitter was a “real no-hitter,” he’s had a little beef with SNY, the TV network for his old team, the New York Mets. SNY took Syndergaard’s comments personally and thus began an...
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Angels' Noah Syndergaard: Bounced in first inning

Syndergaard (3-2) allowed six runs (four earned) on four hits and two walks while taking a loss against the Rangers on Monday. He recorded two outs, including one strikeout. Syndergaard took the mound with a 3-0 lead but he couldn't escape the first inning and ended up taking an ugly loss. He allowed just one extra-base hit, an RBI double by Adolis Garcia. His ERA jumped from 2.45 to 3.60 alongside a 22:8 K:BB through 30 innings on the year. Syndergaard will look for better results in his projected rematch with the Rangers at home next week.
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Noah Syndergaard takes apparent shot at Mets’ combined no-hitter

Los Angeles Angels pitcher Noah Syndergaard had an interesting way of celebrating teammate Reid Detmers’ no-hitter on Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays. After Tuesday’s game, Syndergaard shared a post from the Angels’ Instagram account on his Instagram story. The post showed the final score of the game, 12-0, and a video of Detmers’ reaction following the game’s final out.
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Noah Syndergaard trolls Mets after Angels’ ‘real’ no-hitter

Noah Syndergaard was always up for some social-media trolling during his time with the Mets, and now he’s turning it against his former team. After Angels rookie Reid Detmers threw a no-hitter Tuesday night, Syndergaard posted about it on his Instagram Story, writing, “This is what a ‘real’ no hitter looks like.” Eleven days earlier, five Mets pitchers combined for the first no-hitter in MLB this season and the second in franchise history. Syndergaard, 29, left the Mets in free agency, signing a one-year, $21 million deal with the Angels. The Mets offered Syndergaard, who spent seven seasons in Flushing, the $18.4 million qualifying offer after he missed all of 2020 and pitched just two innings in 2021 due to Tommy John surgery. Then, as The Post’s Joel Sherman reported, Syndergaard got radio silence from the Mets, so with the Angels in pursuit he went to Anaheim to try to set himself up for a potential long-term deal after this season. Things in Anaheim have gone well so far for Syndergaard, who has a 2.45 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 21 strikeouts in 29 1/3 innings.
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Noah Syndergaard Takes Shot at Mets No-Hitter

Ex-Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard took a shot at the Mets on Wednesday morning while congratulating current Angels teammate Reid Detmers for throwing a no-hitter against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday. “This is what a “real” no hitter looks like,” Syndergaard wrote on an Instagram story. The...
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Noah Syndergaard trolls Mets, gets crushed by WFAN morning show: ‘A bitter baby’

Noah Syndergaard is apparently still mad at the Mets. The Angels right-hander fired an out-of-nowhere shot at his old club Tuesday night after teammate Reid Detmers tossed the season’s first solo no-hitter against the Rays. It is the second overall no-no in the big leagues this year after the Mets’ combined effort against the Phillies a few weeks ago.
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