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    • when can we expect to see Noah Syndergaard?
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  • 1/16/13
  • thagreat1
He's only 20 but if he lights it up in the minors and we have serious in oour pitching we should bring him up before this seasons over
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  • 1/16/13
  • MetObserver
He is 20 just a little older than Tejada was when he first started and a year older then Harper. So it all depends on how quickly he develops. Nobody can put any real time limit on him.
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  • 1/16/13
  • skorpio520
beg 2015,maybe sept 2014 call up.my guess
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  • 1/16/13
  • FromTheRedSeats
Nothing. He's a child a has a lot to do to get the show.
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  • 1/16/13
  • danthemetfan
No chance he comes up this year. Next year maybe... but probably not.
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  • gilforhof
If he's lights out this year, maybe a ST invite next year. Depending on next year if he gets a Sept call up in 2014. ST in 2015 and go from there. He's still a kid and has something to prove in the minors first. If he should get called up this year, it means ALL our pitchers are either on the DL or have records of 3-15 or something.
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  • 1/16/13
  • Kranesback
He's got 113 innings at high Class A. That would seem to indicate that if he's pretty much lights out, we'll probably see him on the opening day roster in 2015, but that's pretty optimistic.
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  • 1/16/13
  • MetObserver
Don't forget Doc Gooden was called up from A ball at 19. Just his second season he pitched over 200 innings to a 2.50 era and won 17 games in PSL at the age of 18, the year before he started for the Mets
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  • 1/16/13
  • Kranesback
I suppose if Syndergaard goes something like 19-4 with an ERA under 3, he could make the 2014 team, but that's even more of a stretch.
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  • 1/16/13
  • MetObserver
A stretch isn't the same as impossible it only makes it improbable.
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  • 1/16/13
  • 86mex17
Earliest 2014 mid season. More likely 2015.
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  • 1/16/13
  • AdrianMonk

He'll probably be traded first.
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  • 1/16/13
  • danthemetfan
It is not 1984 anymore.... they have to baby the pitchers now. Cant have him throw more than 150 innings for the first 5 years of his career.
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  • 1/16/13
  • thagreat1
That's asinine..if we're building for the future why would we trade him and for who
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  • 1/16/13
  • danthemetfan
you would trade him if you get back something that helps the future. The who is dependent on who is available, and for what price. If he were sent to acquire a solid OF who will be here for a few years, wouldnt you do that? I am not talking about Upton...
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  • MetObserver

Just giving you an example of someone who in their second year in the minors in A ball lit it up and skipped AA and AAA to go straight to the big club.

Could it happen with Syndergaard? Yes. Will it happen? most likely not. But you never know.

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