The end is in sight. Noah Syndergaard (31, LA Dodgers), who wore the blue jersey with great expectations, has seen his ERA rise vertically.
The Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the 8th.
Syndergaard threw 66 pitches (44 for strikes) in three innings, allowing six runs on seven hits. He gave up two home runs.
He didn’t walk any batters, but he also struck out three, meaning his fastball wasn’t overpowering hitters at all.
Despite Syndergaard’s big outing, the Dodgers managed to hold on to a 6-6 tie midway through the game, but a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning led to a heartbreaking 6-8 loss.
With his worst outing, Syndergaard was now 1-4 with a 7.16 ERA in 12 games this season. That’s up more than three points from last year’s 4.12.토토사이트
Syndergaard showed flashes of promise in his opening day start with six innings of one-run ball, but he began to fall apart in late April.
In his last three games, he’s allowed six runs in six innings, five runs in five innings, and six runs in three innings, numbers that no longer warrant a spot on a major league mound.
As a result, the Dodgers may not want to give Syndergaard another chance. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Syndergaard designated for assignment right now.