With the help of New Era, New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard releases a fresh mixtape cover featuring “Utley Sucks.”
Baseball player or mythical creature? Dominating starting pitcher or the best damn comedian/actor walking god’s green Earth?
Or maybe, just maybe, the man is a musical genius.
With the help of @mlbsigngirls using a New Era graphic, New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard recently released his very own mixtape cover (IG post above).
Songs on the cover are instant classics such as “Utley Sucks,” 60-ft, 6-inches Away,” “Mr. Met Takedown,” and the new smash hit “Bartolo’s Betrayal.”
Obviously, Thor isn’t a music creator. The mixtape is nothing more than a great graphic done to celebrate his new deal with New Era. He, Jose Altuve, Mookie Betts, Corey Seager, and Dansby Swanson are the newest MLB superstars to join the New Era team as brand ambassadors.
Too bad the mixtape isn’t real. I could only imagine how hyped Citi Field would become once “Utley Sucks” hit those giant speakers in Flushing.