Noah Syndergaard has already established himself as one of the best young starters in the whole Majors but despite his elite performance and dominance, he is yet to be considered as a Cy Young candidate and somehow competes against the likes of Scherzer and Kershaw.
But his pitching coach Dave Eliand says that the best is yet to come for Syndergaard, as the flamethrower is still only 25 and he has a lot of room to improve and become the MLB's best pitcher, just as he told to Mike Puma from the New York Post:
I just don't know where the (Cy Young) expectations came from. He's spent, what, two-and-a-half years in the big leagues? So I don't know where all the expectations came from, I wasn't here for all that, but he is yet to do a whole lot at the major-league level.
Eliand says that we don't have to forget how young Syndergaard is, so we don't have judge him because he hasn't reached his full potential yet:
"Now is he capable of it? Yeah, but he is 25 years old. For the most part, every game he's kept us in it and given us a chance to win