Noah Syndergaard wants to strike out Carlos Correa for 'ridiculous' Derek Jeter take

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If longtime Philadelphia Phillies and Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley was still playing, we have to think that Noah Syndergaard would really, really enjoy striking him out. After all, Utley is a villain to pretty much all Mets players of the past and the present, cementing his status in that antagonist role after his infamous slide into second base broke Ruben Tejada's leg. Syndergaard threw a 99 mph heater behind Utley the following season, resulting in his ejection (though he claims he didn't do it on purpose), and Utley responded to that by crushing two home runs later in the game to down the Mets.

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But Utley is not still playing, and Syndergaard is no longer a Met, and so he had to choose someone else when the hosts of MLB Network's "Intentional Talk" asked him who the one player is that he'd most like to strike out (