Mascot troll Noah Syndergaard turned the tables on the Braves' Blooper
In addition to being an elite right-handed pitcher for the Mets,
Whether publicly trading jabs with his own team's mascot, Mr. Met, or stealing the Phillie Phanatic's cart and taking it for a joyride, the man they call "Thor" stands his own against mascot shenanigans.
Before Thursday night's Mets-Braves game from SunTrust Field, Atlanta's mascot Blooper was clearly interested in provoking Syndergaard into a conversation -- or some sort of on-field antics, who knows -- but Noah just wasn't interested. Either that, or he maintained his composure well enough to keep a stern face while arguing with Blooper about ... something.
Speaking of composure, shout-out to Jacob deGrom, off Syndergaard's right shoulder, maintaining his steely gaze with such nonsense going on right next to him.
Adrian Garro joined MLB.com in 2016. Throughout his travels, both Bartolo Colon and Vin Scully have placed their hands on his shoulders. Not at the same time, though. That'd be amazing.