An Analysis Of Noah Syndergaard's Painful New York Return
On Tuesday, May 31st the New York Yankees faced the Los Angeles Angels in the Bronx. On the mound for the pinstripes was Jordan Montgomery, facing former New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard who has been in a slump. The Yankees took down Syndergaard right away with a four run first inning, which was followed by a single run second. Syndergaard just got one swinging strike among 45 pitches thrown, allowing 5 runs, 7 hits and one walk as his ERA went from 3.08 to 4.02 after the game with him receiving the loss. The Yankees continue to pound pitchers in the early innings, getting into the opposition's bullpen fast with the removal of Noah Syndergaard after just 2.1 innings. This was also Noah Syndergaard's first game back in New York since leaving the Mets in the most recent offseason as a free agent, it is more than safe to say that he will be dreading coming back again to the big apple. The Yankees would go on to win 9-1, moving to 34-15 in the standings with Jordan Montgomery picking up his first win since September of 2021, his ERA is now 3,04 through 53.1 innings this season.