Mets ace Syn­der­gaard ex­its in 2nd in­ning with in­jury

Cape Breton Post - - Sports -

WASH­ING­TON - New York Mets ace Noah Syn­der­gaard has left his start against the Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als in the sec­ond in­ning with an in­jury.

The team an­nounced Syn­der­gaard has “a pos­si­ble lat strain” and was headed to New York for an MRI.

Af­ter throw­ing a strike to Bryce Harper on his 38th pitch of the game Sun­day, Syn­der­gaard gri­maced and reached for his right armpit. Mets man­ager Terry Collins and the team trainer im­me­di­ately came out, and Collins sum­moned reliever Sean Gil­martin. Syn­der­gaard al­lowed five runs on five hits in the first in­ning and walked his first two bat­ters of the sea­son, one in­ten­tion­ally.

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