Noah Syndergaard is nowhere near being activated by the Mets

The pitcher Noah syndegaard of the Mets New York is close to being activated in the Major Leagues after a long time without seeing activity.

Syngergaard has been a missed piece in the Mets although when he makes his return he will not be able to start games, but to be a reliever, but he will undoubtedly be very useful.

According to Anthony Dicomonio, it is expected that Noah syndegaardbe activated on the next route trip of the Mets which begins this Tuesday when they visit the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.

A few days ago it was rumored that he could miss the rest of the season, however, President Sandy Alderson and Luis Rojas are aware that they do not have the playoffs safe and that they need all the help that the team can get.

Syndergaard threw 15-20 pitches in live batting practice to Luis Guillorme and José Peraza as he continued his long comeback from Tommy John surgery, which was delayed earlier this month by COVID-19.

There is a possibility that Syndergaard’s next outing will be with the Mets, although manager Luis Rojas said the team was still weighing that rather than sending him on a rehab assignment.

“It was really good,” Rojas said. “It was a fastball / switch mix and I think the [velocidad] it’s roughly the same, somewhere in the mid-90s.… It was very encouraging to see Noah throw the ball like he did today. “

If the Mets opt for a rehab assignment, only Triple-A Syracuse will continue to play this week, with a road series against Scranton / Wilkes-Barre.