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The pitcher did not move to the apartment he had rented in the Tribeca neighborhood due to the pandemic

Noah Syndergaard will not play throughout 2020 due to an elbow injury.

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2020 It has been a year to be forgotten in the professional career of the star pitcher of the New York Mets, Noah Syndergaard, not only because of the stoppage of Major League Baseball activities that keeps the season on edge, but also because it will be until 2021 when ‘Thor’ can return to the mounds due to an elbow injury that will have it out of circulation.

To these inconveniences another problem has just been added: a lawsuit for not paying rent of $ 27 thousand a month in a property that Syndergaard has not occupied.

As reported by the New York Post, it is a 250 square meter apartment located in the Tribeca neighborhood in lower Manhattan and whose lease began on March 20 and would last for the next eight months.

However, both the injury to the elbow during the preseason that marginalized him for the rest of the 2020 activity in diamonds, such as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City as the epicenter of infections in the United States, they did not allow Syndergaard to move out.

But despite the circumstances, the Metropolitan pitcher He has not legally closed the failed rent and is now facing a lawsuit with the apartment owner asking for $ 250,000 for the full value of the rent.

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