Hello, fans of Noah Syndergaard and/or HBO’s Game of Thrones! This post has spoilers in it, so if you haven’t watched the most recent episode of GoT, you probably want to stop reading.
Everyone who is still here because they saw the episode … hello. Mets’ starter Noah Syndergaard had a cameo appearance in this week’s episode of Game of Thrones, and somehow not one that incorporates his impressive hair.
Anyway, back to the topic at hand. Jaff Decker, center fielder for the Nashville Sounds and possessor of a hilarious first name, made a beautiful diving and rolling catch during their latest game.
After successfully making the out, he then popped up and attempted to get the ball to first base to complete a double play. Which would be more or less routine if Jaff’s balance weren’t completely shot due to his super cool catch.
Jaff here looks like a college student who just discovered Jell-O shots, or someone who just got done riding the Gravitron six times in a row. Yet somehow, he managed to get the throw Cheap Nike Eagles Jerseys off to first and nab the runner before (seemingly) collapsing in a heap on the grass.
Keep on keepin’ on, Jaff. Even when you can’t really walk in a straight line.
Unfortunately, that means that only a small portion of fans saw the inning Cheap Official NHL Jerseys happen because so many had left the stadium during the extensive delay.