After the last start for New York Mets ace Noah Syndegaard that resulted in 10 strikeouts on April 20th, I commented how the team was pretty negligent in allowing him to throw 114 pitches in what was very cold weather conditions. It was not the right call when you consider the elbow scares Syndegaard had last season and for the fact he seems like your classic next Tommy John case given how hard he throws and his youth. Well now we get word Thursday that Syndegaard's start tonight has been scratched as a result of what the team is calling biceps soreness and he is heading for an MRI to get a better look at what is going on. This was the big fear for anyone who invested in Syndegaard this season, as his immense ace talent is out of this world but there was always the thought things could go very wrong here with the health. We are looking at such a situation now and the MRI results will determine where this is headed. Stay tuned on this but all Syndegaard owners are holding their breath.