Noah Syndergaard is back at Citi Field for the first time since leaving the Mets via free agency. When he was with the Angels earlier this year, the Mets went to Anaheim, allowing him to catch up with old pals. But now that he’s been traded to the Phillies, he’ll see a lot more of the Mets. Even though Syndergaard is not scheduled to pitch in this three-game series at Citi, he is getting the full experience.
Speaking to a large assembly of reporters before Friday’s game, he broke down his past year as only Syndergaard can.
“I was living the good life in Newport Beach,” he said of his brief time with the Angels. “There really wasn’t a lot of stress involved.”
He quickly became acclimated to the low key nature of living in Southern California, both in his beach lifestyle…
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