It seems Noah Syndergaard and Michael Conforto are more than just friends. These two New York Mets love being roommates as well.
By Robby Sabo
All-out bromance? Well, not quite.
At least we don’t think so.
What we do know is there are two New York Mets who’ve found a very comfortable home in rooming with each other on a consistent basis.
According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, Mets’ youngsters Noah Syndergaard and Michael Conforto have found comfort in rooming with each other in their two-bedroom Manhattan apartment overlooking the East River.
The star pitcher and the young No. 3 hitter are both 23-years old.
“It’s pretty awesome, we have a nice little balcony,” Syndergaard said.
Sharing an apartment like this isn’t anything uncommon, especially in Manhattan. However, the duo also commutes to practice and games together.
“[Syndergaard] texted me in the offseason and asked if I wanted to live with him, and I was thinking about doing the same thing, anyway,” Conforto said. “I was going to text him, but he beat me to the punch, so we looked around a little bit and ended up choosing to stay in the place that I stayed toward the end of last year.”
When asked what it was like to room with the man known as Thor, Conforto had this to say:
“He’s always doing something,” Conforto said. “He likes to get out — he’s usually gone by the time I’m up in the morning. He’s out getting his juices or trying out new restaurants, so he’s all over the place. He definitely likes to get out and explore, and it has also surprised me how much into nutrition he is. The stuff he puts in his body, he knows exactly what’s going in, so everything has got a purpose, it’s pretty cool.”
Hey, from a Mets point of view, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The pair of youngsters are arguably the best hitter and pitcher on the roster as of this moment.