Noah Syndergaard has hand, mouth and foot disease. Yes, really.

Noah Syndergaard has hand, mouth and foot disease. Yes, really.

by Darren Meenan July 22, 2018 0 Comments

This has gotta be a joke, right? Anthony DiComo is just bored in the Bronx waiting for this late ESPN Sunday Night Baseball game to start, right? Wrong. It's true, Noah Syndergaard has hand, mouth and foot disease and is headed back to the disabled list. 

I've never even heard of this disease until tonight. It sounds fake. It's not. Of course it's not. Just when you think you've seen it all, the Mets find a way to surprise you. 

What luck is this? Noah helped out at a kids camp during the all-star break, so it's possible that's where he picked it up. Do a good deed, get a disease. That's so Mets. 

Get well soon, Noah. This is more than a common cold, and from Googling the images of symptoms, it doesn't seem like a walk in the park. 




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