No matter how electric the atmosphere for Noah Syndergaard's Citi Field debut gets Sunday, he won't be tweeting about it afterward.

After a couple of social-media dustups, Syndergaard said Friday that his agent has taken control of his Twitter account. "Nothing but positive tweets," the 22-year-old said.

Syndergaard has history at Citi Field, having pitched there in the All-Star Futures Game in 2013. But nothing compares to your first home start.

"A couple of weeks ago, when I still had possession of my Twitter, I'd seen people . . . tweeting about the electricity and the atmosphere here at Citi Field," he said. "It's just something I wanted to experience."

Syndergaard allowed three runs in 5 1/3 innings Tuesday in his big-league debut, a 6-1 loss to the Cubs. "It was pretty awesome to have my debut at Wrigley," he said. "A lot of history at that field."

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