New York Mets’ Noah Syndergaard Gives Jacob deGrom The Edge In Hair Game

New York Mets starting pitchers Noah Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom discuss long flowing hair today on ESPN’s “SportsCenter.”

Come to think long and hard, perhaps Matt Harvey should let his hair grow out. I mean, it certainly couldn’t hurt his 2016 season.

But alas, Steven Matz doesn’t have long hair and he’s killing it out there.

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Two of the New York Mets starting five who do have long flowing locks are Noah Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom. We know that. What you might not know is Thor – who partly earned his nickname due to that hair – concedes that his teammate has the better version of hair.

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Check out the video above as Syndergaard actually admits deGrom’s hair is nicer. Of course, Jacob agrees.

The two are currently promoting a spot for Axe, and actually took to Twitter today, as well, in discussing hair and product:

All in a day’s work on an off-day for the Mets.

H/T Vine, SportsCenter

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