The New York Mets took two of three from the Miami Marlins, but Noah Syndergaard wanted to leave one more parting shot for South Florida.
The Mets' hard-throwing righty, who picked up the win in the series opener Friday, ripped the infamous outfield structure at Marlins Park.
Adios Miami. I think your outfield sculpture burnt a hole in my corneas. pic.twitter.com/hwuSd2TLgv— Noah Syndergaard (@Noahsyndergaard) June 6, 2016
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When taking a look at the sculpture, it's tough to argue with Syndergaard, who struck out nine in seven innings in the Mets' 6-2 win Friday.