Syndergaard exits with possible lat strain

Three days after the Mets scratched his last start because of right biceps discomfort, Noah Syndergaard departed Sunday’s outing against the Nationals in the second inning with what the team called a possible lat strain. Syndergaard appeared to grab the area under his right arm after throwing a pitch to Bryce Harper with one out in the second.

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Syndergaard exits with apparent injury

Three days after the Mets scratched his last start because of right biceps discomfort, Noah Syndergaard departed Sunday’s outing against the Nationals in the second inning due to injury. There was no immediate word as to the nature of the ailment, but Syndergaard appeared to grab the area under his right arm after throwing a pitch to Bryce Harper.

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Eaton sets sights on ’17 return from ACL tear

Adam Eaton made his way into the Nationals’ clubhouse Sunday morning on crutches with a boot on his leg and his left knee wrapped. The Nationals had officially diagnosed him with a full thickness ACL tear, a meniscus tear and a high ankle sprain earlier that morning, but Eaton still apologized for sitting before addressing reporters for the first time since the injury.

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