This is it, the moment we have all been waiting for. Sure, Noah might have made his debut earlier in the week, but that was on the road, it's time to give New Yorkers a taste of what he can really bring to this team. In his debut against the Cubs he gave up 3 runs in 5.1 innings, and more than likely would have gotten the win if the offense was like it was in April.
His ERA now stands at just a tad over 5 thanks to that performance but here in a pitchers park, Syndergaard should be able to dominate the Brewers when he takes the mound tomorrow at 1PM against Wily Peralta.
After an amazing year so far in Triple A, ther'es no reason to believe that his awesomeness is starting to die down. If Syndergaard can pitch like he has in his debut, while also getting some offense and defense help, it's easy to think that his name will be mentioned more than once at the end of the year when it's time to crown a Rooke of the Year winner.