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Update: Syndergaard put together one of the best starts of his pro career last Saturday, striking out 10 in seven scoreless innings, and followed that up with eight strong innings Thursday, hitting a home run to boot.
Update: Coming on the heels of his career-high 12 strikeouts in his previous start, Matz was solid this week, allowing two runs and nine hits while striking out seven in six innings at Albuquerque.
It's almost laughable to think that baseball pundits write that the Mets have an excess of quality starting pitching.
Forget Matz and Syndergaard. They're going nowhere.
Add Harvey and deGrom to that list.
Past that, any other Mets starter (Colon, Niese, Gee, Wheeler, Montero) is available to be packaged with a player like Daniel Murphy for a quality shortstop on a team that is quickly (and once again) falling out of any chance for achieving a playoff slot in their NL West division.
Yes, you know who I am bringing up again.