If general manager A.J. Preller was planning to keep a sharp eye on Noah Syndergaard on Wednesday night, he got the full Syndergaard experience. In San Diego’s 7-2 victory at Citi Field on Wednesday, the Mets’ hard-throwing right-hander mixed the good with the bad — as he has all season.
He struck out eight and flashed some filthy stuff. He also gave up four runs (three earned), as the Padres capitalized on his mistakes.
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