Noah Syndergaard’s seventh career start against the Marlins was much like the first six — dominant.
After a quick turnaround from Saturday night’s extra-innings loss, which included 4 1/3 innings from the Mets’ bullpen, New York needed a quality start from its horse on Sunday and the right-hander delivered. Syndergaard went seven frames, striking out seven and allowing three runs in the Mets’ 4-3 win at Marlins Park.
Jose Reyes and Michael Conforto homered for New York in the win.
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