Noah Syndergaard, Mets avoid arbitration, agree on $9.7 million for 2021 season: reports

NEW YORK — Noah Syndergaard and the Mets have avoided arbitration again. Syndergaard and the team agreed on a $9.7 million deal for the 2021 season, a source confirms to the New York Daily News. It’s the same deal the two sides agreed to prior to the 2020 season. Reaching agreement with Syndergaard knocks one more thing off the Mets’ to-do list heading into a new season. Syndergaard, however, won’t be ready to join the Mets rotation until sometime in June. That’s the latest timetable put on Syndergaard’s return from Tommy John surgery by team president Sandy Alderson last week. It’s still uncl…

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