— Mike Oz (@mikeoz) April 6, 2017
The saga continues. New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard shows how unappreciative he is of Mr. Met trolling from the audience.
The rivalry of the last two years has only gained steam day after day, week after week, and now, it has reached a whole new level.
With Noah Syndergaard accepting his “intern” status for Topps baseball cards, he sat there at the table for the media. In the media was none other than Mr. Met, the lovable yet silent mascot of the New York Mets.
Thor, who’s been known to have his issues with Mr. Met, let him have it by showcasing the middle finger, the same finger that houses the blister suffered on opening day:
— Mets Citi (@metsciti) April 6, 2017
— Phill (@MeekPhill_) April 6, 2017
Many claim Mr. Met had it coming:
— JRSportBrief (@JRSportBrief) April 6, 2017
So yeah, Noah Syndergaard is just the best.. pic.twitter.com/y2ET6sUHGP
— Amazin' Army (@WE_ARE_MET_FANS) April 6, 2017
Thor’s one inarguable point was that Mr. Met didn’t belong, as, obviously, the dude can’t even talk:
Noah Syndergaard shows up for news conference. Sees nemesis Mr. Met in front row. Frowns. "Why are you here? You can't even talk." #Mets
— David Lennon (@DPLennon) April 6, 2017
The top highlight of the event was Thor presenting Bartolo Colon with his Topps Now Moment directly related to his Citi Field return:
— Topps Company (@Topps) April 6, 2017
Nobody knows what’s next in this hilarious and vicious feud between Noah Syndergaard and Mr. Met. The only thing we do know, however, is something is, indeed, next.