Mets’ Noah Syndergaard could miss up to 3 months, report says

The White Sox got off to a torrid start in 2016, then the offense went cold and entered a 9-24 stretch of baseball in May and June. The time to win with their core group of players was Cheap US Jerseys either up or ticking, so they traded outfielder Adam Eaton to Washington for top pitching prospect Lucas Giolito, pitcher Reynaldo Lopez and Dane Dunning.

Adam Eaton is a great player, but pitching comes at a premium, and Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys giving up Eaton for not one, not two, but three potential top-of-the-rotation guys is quite the haul. That move alone puts them at the top of the list. And considering that they fleeced the Red Sox for Chris Sale, well, the White Sox may have won the offseason, even if the moves won’t be immediately impactful.

Noah Syndergaard’s shoulder injury has gone from superficial to significant.

Mets general manager Sandy Alderson took responsibility for the injury Cheap Google Jerseys Monday when he admitted it was his choice to start the ace despite his refusal to have an MRI on his injured shoulder just a couple days earlier. While an exact timetable was unknown at the time, Alderson acknowledged the severity of the injury and expected Syndergaard would miss a “considerable amount of time.”

Syndergaard, 24, is 1-2 so far this season with a 3.29 ERA and 32 strikeouts in 27 1/3 innings pitched.

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