Yoenis Cespedes, Noah Syndergaard ride horses into Mets spring training
New York players saddle up for camp
Yoenis Cespedes and Noah Syndergaard gave the New York Mets a little giddy-up.
The Mets stars decided to ride horses into camp Tuesday, then took them for a romp around the spring training complex.
Now that's how you make an entrance! <a href="https://twitter.com/ynscspds">@ynscspds</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/Noahsyndergaard">@Noahsyndergaard</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Mets?src=hash">#Mets</a> 🐴🐴 <a href="https://t.co/7tnqRQF6tV">pic.twitter.com/7tnqRQF6tV</a>—@Mets
Cespedes drew plenty of attention last week, showing off his personal fleet of tricked-out custom vehicles. This time, the flashy outfielder pulled into the players' parking lot sporting a different kind of horsepower.
Today's edition of this is Yoenis Cespedes' car. Photo via <a href="https://twitter.com/AdamRubinESPN">@AdamRubinESPN</a> <a href="https://t.co/ZSNkuLBw6u">pic.twitter.com/ZSNkuLBw6u</a>—@BBTN
Yoenis Cespedes' rides to spring training, ranked by horsepower.. <a href="https://t.co/SnUAcxp42L">pic.twitter.com/SnUAcxp42L</a>—@SNYtv
Syndergaard said it was his idea to go horsin' around. His father trains horses in Texas, plus the pitcher had seen a picture on Instagram of Cespedes with a horse.
Cespedes wore a cowboy hat while riding Candy, one of the horses he owns on a nearby Florida ranch.
Mets pitcher Steven Matz and catcher Kevin Plawecki later took the mounts for a ride toward the minor league fields.