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New York Mets’ Noah Syndergaard Has ‘Bone Spur Fun’ With Steven Matz

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard let’s everybody know just how sick and tired he is of the recent “bone spur” discussion.

Noah Syndergaard has a sense of humor.

For anybody who follows him on Twitter or Instagram knows this extremely well. Adam Rubin of ESPN doesn’t quite “get” his sense of humor, but most fans of the New York Mets do.

Today, Thor struck hard with another gem.

In response to all of the bone spur talk surrounding himself and teammate Steven Matz, Syndergaard posted this beauty of a GIF on his Twitter account (above).

While Noah won’t be following through with the above video, many Mets fans feel this pain.

Despite bone spurs, the Mets will move on to Game 3 of their pivotal series against the Washington Nationals in D.C. tonight. Logan Verrett will take the ball from Terry Collins.

H/T Twitter, @noahsyndergaard

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