Noah said he was annoyed by his hair whipping him in the face on Monday and then started a Twitter poll asking if he should cut it.
Should I cut my hair— Noah Syndergaard (@Noahsyndergaard) April 11, 2018
Not to be dramatic, but if that happens, I will kill myself.
I also have long, blonde hair, so Noah and I are basically the exact same person with the exact same set of problems in life. Having established that, I feel uniquely qualified to tell him to sack up and deal with the inconvenience.
Yes, going in a convertible is annoying and sometimes when you're at the ballpark eating a hot dog (with ketchup, not mustard because I do what I want), the wind will blow your hair into the ketchup and that's gross and annoying for sure, but do you see me cutting my locks off? I DON'T THINK SO!
Besides the fact that his long hair is part of his signature look. No one, and I mean NO ONE, on this team is allowed to change a single thing about themselves right now. Call me crazy and superstitious, but you're off to the best start in franchise history. Your hair may annoy you, but you're throwing heat and racking up Ws. Do not, under any circumstance, change a thing.
If anyone is looking for me, I'll be flying into every hair salon, barber shop, office supplies store, and drug store in the country stealing every pair of scissors I see.
Not only did it seal the victory, Yoenis Céspedes' monster grand slam taught Mets fans a lesson worth remembering this season: Don't panic over a couple of losses. Not with this team.