Mets fan sitting with Steve Cohen creatively turns Noah Syndergaard jersey into Kodai Senga


Baseball jerseys are expensive nowadays, and sometimes, fans just have to make the most of what they already have.

So, one creative Mets fan turned his Noah Syndergaard jersey into a Kodai Senga one, and all it cost him was a couple small pieces of tape.

The fan was seen standing with Mets owner Steve Cohen, who spent time with the “Queens South” Mets fan group in Miami, who had bought out some seats for Opening Day at LoanDepot Park. When the fan turned his back toward the cameras on the SNY broadcast, the “YND” and the “ARD” were covered with white tape above the number 34 (now worn by Senga), leaving only the letters “S   ERGA," and one final piece of tape to cover the R and turn it into an N, and eureka!

Not a bad use of tape!

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