Now apparently Gee is on the DL and Syndergard will be making his debut sooner than expected.
You probably already know this by now, but Syndergaard will make his major-league debut Tuesday against the Cubs.
Hoping it's the last we see of Dillon Gee in the Mets' rotation. Nothing against him, and he's clearly a decent major-league pitcher who, if he's able to stay healthy, should be in the majors for at least 4-5 more seasons. But when you've got superior talent not getting a shot because a meh-ish player has "experience" (not having experience hasn't seemed to affect Harvey and deGrom all that much), or is getting paid too much to sit (Gee's salary definitely was a factor here), it's kind of maddening. We kind of knew Gee and/or Niese would go down with an injury in due time, and yep, it happened. Really hope Noah makes the most of this opportunity and never gives the Mets a reason to send him back down.