MLB: Dodgers’ Noah Syndergaard (cut on finger) exits start after 1 inning


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Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Noah Syndergaard suffered a bad cut on his right index finger and left his start against the host Milwaukee Brewers after just one inning Tuesday night.

Syndergaard escaped a first-inning jam after Christian Yelich singled and Jesse Winker walked. Left fielder Chris Taylor made a leaping grab of Willy Adames’ drive to the warning track, and Syndergaard got Rowdy Tellez on a double-play bouncer to second.

Phil Bickford then relieved Syndergaard in the second.

Syndergaard, 30, is in his first season with the Dodgers and entered Tuesday with a 1-3 record and a 6.32 ERA.

–Field Level Media


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