According to Andy Martino of SNY Network, the Dodgers are expressing interest in right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard.
Add the Dodgers to the teams who have expressed interest in Noah Syndergaard, per sources. They have the players to get it done if they want. I am now in park on Canal
— Andy Martino (@martinonyc) July 25, 2019
Syndergaard is one of the best young arms in the league, even though he has fallen off a bit this season. He holds a 4.33 ERA this season but is still limited hard contact, allowing just an 88th-percentile hard hit rate.
Thor would give the Dodgers the best rotation in the league with Ryu-Kershaw-Buehler-Syndergaard in a four-game series, with Kenta Maeda, Rich Hill, and Ross Stripling either moving to the pen or being traded.
Prior to this season, Syndergaard had never posted an earned run average above 3.24 in a full season. He is a special pitcher that would require a special price. Still, it would be worth it.
Finally, he is under team control for the next 2 plus seasons and would enter free agency in 2022.