Monday, October 25 2021

NEW YORK – Mets starter Noah Syndergaard has tested positive for COVID-19, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Record.

Syndergaard, who is working his way back from 2019 Tommy John surgery, was scheduled to make his second rehab outing with High-A Brooklyn on Sunday, but he was pulled from that start.

Manager Luis Rojas did not disclose any details about Syndergaard’s condition, but he said that the Mets pitcher has been vaccinated.

“His outing right now is TBD,” Rojas said Sunday morning. “We don’t know when he’ll have his next rehab outing.”

Sunday was Syndergaard’s 29th birthday and the pitcher tweeted about that and the news, saying, “This birthday is so sick.”

Email Farrell at farrells@northjersey.com. Follow him on Twitter @seanfarrell92

This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: Mets’ Noah Syndergaard tests positive for COVID, rehab start delayed

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