Noah Syndergaard At the seventh inning Saturday, but after giving a single to Yairo Munoz and falling behind Jose Martinez 2-0, Syndergaard leaned over and began to grab the back of his right leg.
Mickey Callaway and the training staff quickly pulled out of the mound and Syndergaard was immediately fired. The Mets subsequently announced that the injury was a right hamstring strain.
After the match, Callaway said he did not know if Syndargaard was going to miss a start.
"We will reevaluate in the morning and leave from there," Callaway said. "It was on this land."
Syndergaard gave the Mets over 6 innings, allowing five points, four of which were earned. He was starting to falter, allowing a group to run solo Dexter Fowler at the beginning of the first run, but we have pretty well integrated, we have removed five by walking two.
Robert Gsellman came to relieve Syndergaard, allowing the two legacy runners to score, reducing the Mets' lead to 8-6.