Noah Syndergaard Asked Amy Schumer for a Part in Her Next Movie

By Mike Cardillo

Noah Syndergaard is in the midst of an excellent of a season pitching for the first-place New York Mets that will garner him some votes for National League Rookie of the Year. Although the 22-year-old Texan will likely lose out on the award to either Kris Bryant or Joc Pederson, he might end up with a small consolation prize: a role in Amy Schumer’s next movie.

On Tuesday Syndergaard tweeted at Schumer, since her latest movie Trainwreck features LeBron James in an acting role. Schumer, a Mets fan, answered back with a #LGM (Let’s Go Mets).

Per IMDB Schumer doesn’t have any movies in production at the moment, but maybe she can find a way to get a cameo for Thor on her Comedy Central series. Either way, it’s a good time to be a Mets fan (or player).

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