X-rays of Noah Syndergaard‘s scapula were negative, but he has been placed on the disabled list after a home plate collision knocked him out of his most recent start.
June 11: Syndergaard was placed on the minor league’s 7-day disabled list, retroactive to June 9.
The Mets said he did not have a setback, they simply needed to clear his roster spot.
He is eligible and still likely to return from the DL on June 16.
June 6: Syndergaard has been diagnosed with a sprained A/C joint in his left, non-throwing shoulder. He has been told by doctors to refrain from throwing for 5-7 days, after which he can pick up where he left off.
Syndergaard injured the shoulder during his first start back from being on the disabled list with a forearm strain.