MLB: AL East team looking to sign former Phillies Noah Syndergaard

Noah Syndergaard he’s one of the pitchers who remains available in free agency. Although the market around it is not intense, it was revealed that there is an eAmerican League East team that would be interested in signing him. Syndergaard became a free agent at the conclusion of the 2022 Season of MLBin which he was in the World Series with the Philadelphia Phillies.

New York Post journalist Joel Sherman reported that the baltimore orioles they would seek to sign Noah Syndergaard from free agency ahead of the 2023 Major League Baseball Season.

According to Sherman’s report, executives from this American League East team held a virtual meeting with the man known as ‘Thor’ on the night of Friday, December 2.

On more than one occasion it has been reported that the Baltimore Orioles are looking to strengthen their starting rotation but without going for elite pitchers and this would make sense for them to be interested in Syndergaard.

30-year-old Noag Syndergaard posted a 3.94 ERA in 134.2 innings pitched in the 2022 MLB Season, which spanned the Anaheim Angels and Philadelphia Phillies.

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MLB: AL East team looking to sign former Phillies Noah Syndergaard