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Nicknamed Thor, Noah Seth Syndergaard born on August 29, 1992, is an American professional baseball pitcher for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB). On May 12, 2015, Syndergaard made his MLB debut.
Syndergaard is also a weightlifting enthusiast and can squat up to 206 kg and dead-lift up to 512 232 kg. He was given the nickname “Thor” due to the similarity between his last name and the fictional location Asgard.
Height / Weight / Age
Noah Syndergaard’s height measures 6’ 6” feet and his weight is 108 kg. He will turn 30 years old. His chest measures 45 inches, his waist 33 inches, and his biceps are 16 inches approximately. Noah has blond hair and hazel gray eyes which are very rare eye colors.
Noah is one of the players who gained remarkable success in an instant. Throughout his game career and transfers between $10 million and $15 million is a fortune estimated for Noah. With New York Mets he has an estimated contract of $6,000,000 and for the upcoming year $6 Million more.
Born in Mansfield, Texas, Noah completed his schooling at Legacy High School (Mansfield, Texas). Later to peruse further education he went to the University of Oklahoma. He has also studied at the University of Nebraska and Baylor University.
Noah Syndergaard, born to Brad Syndergaard, an Iowa farm boy, and Heidi, an Abbott Laboratories employee outside of Fort Worth in Mansfield, Texas. His father has two other children by a prior marriage however Noah is Heidi’s only child. Like many families in Texas, the Syndergaards were “a football family” but Noah chose not to play any sports other than baseball.
Noah Seth Syndergaard
|Birth Place||Mansfield, Texas|
|Date Of Birth||August 29, 1992|
|Height||in centimeters – 198 cm
in feet inches – 6’ 6”
|Weight||in Kilograms – 108 kg
in Pounds – 240 lbs
|Eye Color||Hazel Grey|
|School||Legacy High School (Mansfield, Texas)|
|College||University of Oklahoma
The University of Nebraska
|Debut||MLB– 2015 (12 May)|
|Fathers Name||Brad Syndergaard|
Career / Fashion And Style
Syndergaard in the first round was selected by The Toronto Blue Jays of the 2010 MLB Draft. It was the 38th overall selection. He received a $600,000 signing bonus when he signed with the Blue Jays. He gave up his commitment to Dallas Baptist after this.
In the Rookie-level Appalachian League, the Vancouver Canadians of the Class A-Short Season Northwest League and the Lansing Lugnuts of the Class A Midwest League in 2011, Syndergaard pitched for the Bluefield Blue Jays. He was rated as the 95th-best prospect in baseball before the 2012 season.
He appeared in the Midwest League All-Star Game and pitched for Lansing in 2012. Blue Jays traded Syndergaard on December 17, 2012, to the New York Mets. Syndergaard was rated as the team’s third-best prospect for his first season in the Mets organization after Zack Wheeler and d’Arnaud. He had a 9–7 win-loss record in 2014 when he pitched for the Las Vegas 51s of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League.
In-Game 2 of the 2015 National League Division Series, Syndergaard started against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Dodgers won 5-2 and he had to pick up the loss in that game. In a three-way tie with Christian Yelich and Addison Russell, he was placed 19th in voting for the 2016 National League Most Valuable Player Award.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife and More
|Girlfriend||Samantha Van Veen (Broken up)
Ellen Kramer (Broken Up)
|Favorite TV show||Seinfeld|
Some Interesting Facts About Noah Syndergaard
- Noah’s mother Heidi encouraged him to pursue baseball when he was a child even though there was a trend to pursue football in Texas. Syndergaard also played Basketball during High School.
- He hit his first over-the-fence home run when he was only seven years old.
- His family liked the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys although, in his childhood, Syndergaard strongly disliked them.
- In the first round with the 38th overall selection, of the 2010 MLB Draft Syndergaard was selected by Toronto Blue Jays. This marked the beginning of his professional career.
- Syndergaard’s four-seam fastball averaged 98.3 miles per hour this season as per to MLB.com’s Stat cast. For a big-league pitcher, this was the fifth-fastest. His sinker measured at an average of 98.
- To raise money for the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation, Syndergaard auctions his gloves. This foundation helps to fight Sjögren’s disease, an autoimmune disease from which his mother suffers.
- Behind the late pitcher Jose Fernandez of the Miami Marlins He managed to achieve the eighth rank in Cy Young Award voting.
- Syndergaard has “Thor” stitched into one of his gloves and has taken to naming all of his gloves after fictional characters. These characters include “Drago” after the Rocky character, “Heisenberg” after a Breaking Bad
- He used to live with Mets teammate Michael Conforto.