New York Mets' Noah Syndergaard Wearing A Contamination Suit For Strep Throat?
Noah K. Murray, USATSI

If you head to his Twitter page, it appears that New York Mets SP Noah Syndergaard is taking precautionary measures for his strep throat.

You already know the state of the New York Mets. The word of the 2016 season has been “injury.” The formula of the Mets 2016 season has been “injury times 10.”

The latest Met to bite the dust was Noah Syndergaard.

No, he isn’t lost for the year like his colleagues Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom and Steven Matz. He was only scratched from his most recent start thanks to strep throat.

Strep throat or not, Syndergaard seems to still be in his goofy and positive mood.

Thor posted his solution in making sure the rest of the clubhouse doesn’t catch what he has:

It’s a precautionary measure that’ll surely make manager Terry Collins happy. I mean, after all, who expects no health issues over the final two weeks of the season?

Strep throat is just the latest diagnosis from a Mets season filled with cruel jokes designed by the baseball gods.

H/T Twitter, @noahsyndergaard

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