The big right-hander is continuing his post-Mets career as the Dodgers have signed him to a one year deal.
Syndergaard, of course was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays, before making his way over to the Mets organization in the infamous R.A. Dickey trade. While there hasn’t been any championships, I still believe that the Mets are the winners of trade.
The Texas born righty would end up spending six years in Orange & Blue before departing for Los Angeles the first time as he signed a one year pact with Angels.
In those six years with the Mets, Syndergaard pitched to a 3.32 ERA while owning a 47-31 win/loss record.