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Robert Gsellman is faster than Noah Syndergaard on foot and on scooter

Mets pitchers Noah Syndergaard and Robert Gsellman have long had an amusing friendship. Syndergaard has sabotaged Gsellman's interviews, and he loved when Gsellman used the bullpen cart in Arizona earlier this season. Their latest adventure has been a trip to Europe, including a stop at an English Premier League game in Liverpool. However, as with any good friendship -- especially between professional athletes -- there is always a little competition involved. And when the two pitchers took a recent scooter ride around town, Gsellman made sure everyone knew who was superior:

Here are some other highlights from baseballers on social media over the last week ...

His scooter ride may explain why Thor couldn't answer the phone when the Yankees called on the Avengers:

Alex Rodriguez wanted people to guess what he was doing on his fancy flight:

The Red Sox had a happy flight after advancing to the ALCS:

Brewers pitching Brent Suter is unable to play since he got Tommy John surgery earlier this season, but he is still loving every moment of Milwaukee's run:

Pirates pitcher Steven Brault may have to adjust his offseason diet:

Twins prospect Brent Rooker offered a very simple explanation for why hitting Major League pitching is actually really difficult:

Rangers prospect Taylor Hearn loved seeing some fans of his Division II alma mater Oklahoma Baptist show off some serious confidence in their football team:

The Arizona Fall League began play, and Mets prospect Peter Alonso continued his 2018 habit of hitting monster homers:

Some former University of Virginia players and current prospects Connor Jones, Pavin Smith and Joe McCarthy met up before the Fall League action started: