New York Mets’ Noah Syndergaard Enjoys Opening Day Dinner (Photo)

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard not only mowed down the Atlanta Braves, but enjoyed an opening day dinner as well.

If you don’t think Noah Syndergaard knows what he’s doing, you’re kidding yourself. The self-proclaimed “King of Twitter” is at it again, this time only hours after his triumph on opening day.

Check out the tweet above. Thor posted it as his “opening day dinner” after he mowed down the Atlanta Braves in leading his New York Mets to the 6-0 victory on Monday in the first game of the season. 

In the photo are many of Thor’s closest family members and friends. On initial glance, it looks as though the only teammate involved is Robert Gsellman (top left). Other than the Mets No. 5 man, the rest are unidentified.

But in the tweet, Syndergaard calls out the dude in the back right, claiming, “he kinda sucks.”

Who is this guy? This is the question your man Thor has raised tonight.

No, this isn’t an accidental post. Syndergaard’s too smart for that. He posts his family in an intimate environment such as this to only let it fly by without questions raised? I don’t think so.

Could the man who “kinda sucks” be the guy who plays Mr. Met, Syndergaard’s true arch-enemy? Or could he be some hang around friend who Thor could never truly get rid of?

Too many questions, very few answers.

In any event, the Mets are 1-0 en route to a 162-0 campaign.

H/T Twitter, @Noahsyndergaard

 NEXT: Mets Blister Braves on Opening Day, 6-0 (Highlights) 


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