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New York Yankees Show Thor’s Hammer Is Still A Myth
New York Yankees Show Thor’s Hammer Is Still A Myth
At six foot-six, with long blonde hair flowing from his hat, he almost looked mythical on the pitcher's mound. For six years the New York Mets had hoped that the player nicknamed "Thor" would be hammering opposing batters with his 100 mph fastball. The mythical character came to life on multiple occasions for Noah Syndergaard and the Mets, just not enough to keep the towering right-hander in Queens, NY. Tuesday night, the Yankees showed the Mets why they didn't lose much.
Ex-New York Mets Superhero “Thor” Wearing #34 Special for Angels
Ex-New York Mets Superhero “Thor” Wearing #34 Special for Angels
The colors and the name across the chest were new. The long blonde hair on the 6' 6" frame was all too familiar. Former New York Mets right-handed pitcher, Noah Syndergaard threw his first regular season pitches for his new team on Saturday. He wore number 34, like he did with the Mets. However, an Angels player had not worn that number in 13 years, exactly.
Did Cocaine End The Dark Knight’s Reign In New York?
Did Cocaine End The Dark Knight’s Reign In New York?
The story continues to become clearer through murky details and testimony provided from a trial of a sadder story. What really happened to that young dominant right-handed pitcher that owned the City of New York? No, not Dwight Gooden, the one that they called The Dark Night, Matt Harvey. It now appears that the same drug may have taken down both prominent young Mets aces, Gooden and Harvey.