This is funny statement.
In other words, "Noah, you suck at everything about pitching except the pitching." "This is your flaw and we will make sure we yell it from the hill tops so everyone knows it." "Oh yeah, the new catcher should help. BTW Travis you sucked at this."“Wilson Ramos behind the plate is a guy who can control the running game, he really adapts to his pitchers, and he also can mash the baseball,’’ Syndergaard told The Post on Tuesday at Mets pre-camp. “I think the lineup is going to be a force to be reckoned with.’’Controlling the running game is an issue for Syndergaard as he continues to try to be more fluid to the plate. Having Ramos’ expertise should benefit him.
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Syndergaard wants to sit with The7LineArmy with Brodie.
It can't happen. At least I don't think it can. Oh yeah, Just like the Young Bucks, he's ALL IN. At least he is with Brodie.
Supposedly he has changed his training again...“I think where I am personally with my head space, I couldn’t be more pumped to be down here right now as an individual and team-based,’’ Syndergaard told The Post on Tuesday at Mets pre-camp, the first the big right-hander has attended. “The positive energy around us all is just going to propel us forward.’’Syndergaard, who is sporting a new beard, is well aware new general manager Brodie Van Wagenen said the Mets are the team to beat in the NL East.Thor concurs.“Most definitely,’’ he said. “Especially just being down here early. The serotonin release I just get from being around the other guys. It’s very uplifting. I can’t wait to get the ball rolling.’’Not for one minute did Syndergaard believe he was going to be traded.“I was in constant communication with Brodie,’’ Syndergaard said as the late-afternoon sun glinted off his aviator sunglasses. “I think Brodie is the GM baseball has been longing for. It’s really cool seeing him in the batting cage the other day and then making the announcement that he is going to sit in The 7 Line [Army] section during the Subway Series. I was like, ‘Hell, I wish I could do that. If I’m not pitching that day, I want to join him.’
“I revamped my offseason training, where I wasn’t focused on moving a whole lot of weight but just try to move a moderate amount of weight fairly quickly,’’ Syndergaard, 26, said. “Last year I was slow and methodical to a degree. You’re cutting yourself off, so I’ve focused on being more fluid and gaining acceleration down the slope. I did a lot of more explosive plyometrics stuff, a lot of jumping in terms of upper-body stuff, a lot of shoulder stabilization and just trying to be an athlete."
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Let's see how that works out.