Noah Syndergaard addresses report he was ‘livid’ with Mets management over pitching to Wilson Ramos

Noah Syndergaard has denied a report he was “livid” with the Mets about pitching to Wilson Ramos.

The New York Post reported Monday that the 27-year-old right-hander met with team management over the weekend to vent his frustrations after he saw Ramos was scheduled to catch his start. Syndergaard addressed the report during a press conference one day later.

“First and foremost, the whole idea that we had a livid (discussion) or I was livid with the conversation was completely false,” Syndergaard said Tuesday. “We had a very cordial and adult conversation about the matter. As far as Wilson, I have nothing but respect for the guy. It doesn’t change our relationship between one another. … More so, it’s all on me. I’m just trying to look for an answer.”

Syndergaard holds a 10-7 record with a 4.06 ERA in 28 starts this season. His ERA, however, rises to 5.09 with Ramos behind the plate, according to the Post. 

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