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|Mar. 25 6:05 AM PT7:05 AM MT8:05 AM CT9:05 AM ET9:05 ET13:05 GMT21:05 6:05 AM MST8:05 AM EST7:05 AM CST8:35 AM VEN17:05 UAE7:05 AM CT-New York said Tuesday that Syndergaard needs reconstruction of his ulnar collateral ligament and will miss the season that's been put on hold because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Analysis: An All-Star in 2016 when he went 14-9 with a 2.60 ERA, Syndergaard has an ERA that has climbed to 2.97 in 2017, 3.05 in 2018 and 4.28 last year, when he was 10-8 in 32 starts. He averaged 98.1 mph for his four-seam fastball last season, tops among qualified pitchers and just ahead of Gerrit Cole (97.4) and teammate Jacob deGrom (97.2). Syndergaard turns 28 in August and currently is eligible to become a free agent after the 2021 season.