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Noah Syndergaard, Focused on Blue and Orange, Passes on Red, White and Blue

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Noah Syndergaard threw 29 pitches in two shutout innings for the Mets on Friday. Then he really threw heat, right under the chin of the league and union officials scurrying around the globe to prepare for the World Baseball Classic.

Some teammates are scattering, too, but not Syndergaard. Like so many of baseball’s most marketable stars, Syndergaard is staying put instead of joining Team U.S.A. for the fourth iteration of the international showcase. Syndergaard s

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