Noah Syndergaard is known for keeping it real on social media with honest but hilarious tweets.
The pitcher's social media accounts over the past few days, as MLB's trade deadline quickly approaches, have made it clear that he's well aware of the uncertainty that surrounds his future in New York.
His anti-trade posts started with this:
At some point, he changed his Twitter bio to read "Pitcher for the New York Mets, for now." He also included, "Mrs. Met would hate to see me traded."
On Sunday, he switched platforms and posted this to his Instagram page:
And to top things off, mid-Marcus Stroman trade rumors, he tweeted this:
The Mets completed a trade with the Blue Jays, sending pitching prospects Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson to Toronto in exchange for Stroman. There is some belief that Syndergaard could be dealt next.
The trade deadline ends at 4 p.m. ET on July 31, and it's fair to assume Syndergaard will remain very active on social media until then.