2015 World Series Game 3: Last pitch, not first, was Syndergaard’s biggest
NEW YORK — Fair or not, Noah Syndergaard’s first pitch of Game 3 (NY 9, KC 3) will be viewed as the turning point if the Mets come back to win the World Series. Syndergaard’s first pitch of Game 3 buzzed Alcides Escobar up and in, and, after the game, …
No cliches or euphemisms here, Syndergaard clearly states first-pitch intentESPN (blog)

Syndergaard’s new pitch, Wright’s new approach key Mets’ winSports Illustrated
World Series Game 4: TV schedule, time for Mets vs. RoyalsSportingNews.com
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