Ex-Mets star Noah Syndergaard tussles with ‘gas-bag’ Mike Francesa on Twitter

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Noah Syndergaard did not pretty depart New York devoid of buzzing a fastball by Mike Francesa, one particular of the city’s famous athletics radio hosts.

Syndergaard, who played for the New York Mets from 2015 to 2021, signed with the Los Angeles Angels very last week. He skipped all of the 2020 time and most of the 2021 period right after undergoing Tommy John medical procedures and later building swelling in his proper elbow.

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Francesa wasn’t specifically tearing up about Syndergaard’s choice to sign up for the Angels.

New York Mets’ Noah Syndergaard pitches from the Braves on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, in Atlanta.
(AP Image/Ben Margot, File)

“The Mets are better off without Syndergaard. In circumstance you haven’t observed, they have been with no him for several years,” Francesa tweeted Friday.

The original tweet sparked a reaction from the pitcher.

“Damn, failed to know you had been even now alive. Congrats,” he replied.

A working day later on, Francesa acknowledged the tweet from Syndergaard but didn’t reply instantly to him.


“I competed each working day for 35 many years (and received) in my decided on job in the best metropolis in the planet. Noah whined and ran away,” Francesa wrote.

Syndergaard didn’t stand for it.

Mets' Noah Syndergaard delivers a pitch against the Minnesota Twins on April 10, 2019, in New York.

Mets’ Noah Syndergaard provides a pitch against the Minnesota Twins on April 10, 2019, in New York.
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“Only point you have ever won is staying a fuel-bag Mets hating opportunist. All you’ve done is speak s— and spread toxic crap for a job. Congrats yet again sweetie, you are executing excellent,” he wrote.

Syndergaard was a 1-time All-Star with the Mets and when he was nutritious he was just as dominant as any other pitcher in baseball.

He appeared in 121 game titles for New York. Dubbed “Thor” for his extensive golden locks and muscular physique, Syndergaard struck out 777 batters and experienced a 3.32 Period together with a 119 Era+ and a 2.93 FIP.

Actor/radio host Mike Francesa attends the

Actor/radio host Mike Francesa attends the “Uncut Gems” premiere all through the 57th New York Movie Pageant on Oct. 3, 2019, in New York Town.
(Jim Spellman/WireImage)

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He will be part of a Los Angeles team that incorporates AL MVP Shohei Ohtani, Patrick Sandoval and leading prospect Reid Detmers.