Mets RHP prospect Noah Syndergaard returned from the disabled list and tossed four innings Monday night for Triple-A Las Vegas.
He allowed four runs and seven hits, walked one and struck out three batters, while adhering to a 75-pitch limit.
Matthew Cerrone, Lead Writer
If I had to guess, I’d bet on us seeing Syndergaard on the Mets at some point in late July, early August. The silver lining to missing time in June, is that he’ll be able to pitch deeper in to this season, since the organization is going to limit his innings. I think eight-or-so starts at the big-league level is realistic, assuming Sandy Alderson feels Syndergaard is ready to make the move. I’ve heard team insiders say he needs more time pitching in Triple-A before facing big-league hitters. However, at the same time, it can only be helpful to know what Syndergaard is capable of when revisiting the rotation for 2015.