July 26, 2021

Mets Morning News: Noah Syndergaard fires back against the landlord who sued him (Amazin’ Avenue)


Meet the Mets

Noah Syndergaard took to Twitter to tell his side of the story after being sued by his landlord. “See you in court pal,” he ends his message.

Sean Gelman and Danny Abriano of SNY help us relive nine forgotten moments of the last 25 years of Mets history, including Jose Reyes’ 2006 cycle, Lucas Duda’s 2013 walk-off against Mariano Rivera, Curtis Granderson’s amazing catch in the 2016 Wild Card game, and more.

Ken Davidoff of the New York Post considers the possibility that Brodie Van Wagenen’s tenure as Mets GM may last just one year if the 2020 season never happens and the Wilpons end up selling the franchise.

Some of the members of the ‘86 Mets relived their epic Game 6 victory on Zoom.

Around the National League East

The Nationals had planned to hold a virtual ring ceremony today, but it has been cancelled. “When team leaders discussed the plan this week with the players, the players collectively decided they would prefer to receive their rings when the team could be physically reunited,” said the team in a statement.

Talking Chop continued their overview of the Braves’ minor league system, putting the spotlight on right-handed…

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