The Mets announced earlier last week that Noah Syndergaard will not pick up a baseball for at least six weeks. This means that he will not pitch again for the Mets before the All-Star break in mid-July.
Syndergaard flew to California for a second opinion and received a “positive” opinion from a specialist. It was originally believed he could miss up to three months. However, the Mets are still going to be without their best pitcher for well over two months.