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Noah Syndergaard pitches first career shutout as Mets say a more tepid goodbye to Jose Reyes following David Wright's final game

Noah Syndergaard pitches first career shutout as Mets say a more tepid goodbye to Jose Reyes following David Wright's final game

Noah Syndergaard pitched his first major league shutout and the New York Mets wrapped up a disappointing season Sunday with their second consecutive 1-0 victory over the Miami Marlins.

Todd Frazier hit an RBI double for the Mets, who finished fourth in the NL East at 77-85 under rookie manager Mickey Callaway — a seven-win improvement over last year. After beginning the season with playoff aspirations, they jumped out to an 11-1 start before going 5-21 in June as injuries once again took a heavy toll.

New York rebounded a bit to win 33 of its last 55 games, but it was way too late by then.

Promising rookie Sandy Alcantara (2-3) struck out...

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