Is Twitter Meme the opposite of Facebook Official in the dating world these days? I've been single for so long that I wouldn't know. What I do know, though, is that Noah took to Twitter to say that he and Alexandra Cooper are #done. This is fantastic news for me - and no, not because three-to-five nights a week I have dreams about Noah and I cuddled up in a corner booth at 4 Charles Prime Rib, playing with each other's long, blonde hair, play fighting over who's better, the Giants or Cowboys. It's because the Golden God just declared that he is all in and 100% focused on the 2018 season; maybe the only uplifting part of winter meetings for Mets fans today.
Of course, if Thor got kicked to the curb, I feel bad for him. Nobody wants to see anyone get dumped or have their heart broken, but when you're six-foot-six, solid muscle, throwing 103 mph fastballs like it's nothing, something tells me you get over these heartbreaks pretty easily. If there is even a 1% chance that Alexandra Cooper was going to mess with his game, I hope she is out of his life forever. That girl is gorgeous- like, supermodel gorgeous. I'd tell you to hop on his Instagram and go see for yourself, but he's so dedicated to his new chick, baseball, that he's already erased any proof of his last relationship. Do you remember a time in very recent Mets history when a pitcher was spending time with a supermodel and all of a sudden stopped being elite? I sure do, and I will not let Noah's game be the casualty of some smoking hot blonde girl. You just can't let it happen.
To be honest, I actually think the Mets won today for baseball in New York. Yeah, the Yankees officially signed Stanton, big whoop, just the NL MVP, no one really cares about that title anyway. The Mets got a single, healthy Noah Syndergaard, declaring himself exclusive with Major League Baseball. 2018 NL Cy Young Winner > 2017 NL MVP any day, in my opinion. Welcome back, Noah.
Let me be clear: If you have Twitter and don't retweet #CalliesMetsProm, you suck.
For baseball fans, the gap from November to the end of February can feel like an eternity. But this past Saturday, the Queens Baseball Convention (QBC) at Katch in Astoria took the edge off for Mets die-hards.