Debut of Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard may have to wait until 2015


Fans hoping to see New York Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard’s major league debut may have to wait until 2015.

ESPN New York’s Adam Rubin reports that the debut of the right hander may be pushed to next season as “Triple-A Las Vegas is going to be playoff-bound for the second straight year. And Syndergaard may not have innings left after that postseason experience.”

Currently Syndergaard has thrown 107 innings this season. He is expected to make another four starts for Las Vegas in the regular season and should see at-least one post season start with the team.

Of course the Mets could choose to give the 21-year-old a taste of the big leagues regardless.

On the season he has a 4.79 ERA and a 1.54 WHIP in 21 Pacific Coast League starts.

What do you think is the right move for the Mets in this situation?

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