Mets: Noah Syndergaard has a new roommate
And no, before I go any further, I am not Noah Syndergaard‘s newest roommate. Instead, he decided to go with a fellow Mets teammate. Any guesses who it could be?
Just last season I was writing about how Syndergaard and Michael Conforto were arguably the best roommates to ever live together. In fact, I even gave more reasons as to why this was so. Well, the pair is no longer living together.
As of right now I don’t know why Syndergaard and Conforto are no longer living together. One could maybe assume that this is because of Conforto playing in Vegas to start the season, as we know Sandy Alderson is looking to give him regular at-bats.
The commute from Vegas to NYC is obviously not easy, we all know this, and we’ve already talked about this. Anyways, that’s the only assumption I’ve got.
But now, who is Syndergaard’s newest roommate? A fellow Mets pitcher. Robert Gsellman.
Yes, the Jacob deGrom clone will be living with Syndergaard this season. All of the hair in confined quarters. The battle of the flow. There will be so much hair product in this apartment.
But wait, we know there’s probably no room in the rotation for Gsellman, unless Zack Wheeler does start in the bullpen, despite all of us knowing he doesn’t want to, and opening up that spot. If that spot is open, it may belong to Gsellman. Could him moving in with Syndergaard and starting the season off the bat by living in NYC mean that he’s planning on taking this spot? Starting the season in the majors? I think I may just be going off the rails now.
Last season we were entertained by Syndergaard and Conforto as roommates. Hopefully the same happens this season with Syndergaard and Gsellman. It’ll be good having two starters living together — especially as we know that the rotation is a tight-knit brotherhood.
Next: Gary, Keith, and Ron are back February 25th!
Gsellman did prove himself last season, but we all know everyone can learn a little something from Thor. Maybe living together will do this as well.