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Noah Syndergaard‘s first start at historic Fenway Park was everything the right-hander could have asked for.

Seven shutout innings. Three hits allowed. An 8-0 New York Mets win.

The only thing not that impressive to Thor? Those Fenway Park rats.

For the second time this week, a rodent was on the loose in a dugout at the Red Sox’s famed ballpark, this time keeping Mets players on their toes — and up on the rail — as it made its way under the team’s bench in the bottom of the third inning Friday night. Catcher Jose Lobaton even went after the rat with his bat.

Syndergaard, meanwhile, was unfazed.

So…..Fenway was a sureal ballpark to pitch in…..from a childhood dream perspective……As visiting pitcher on a team and city I love…..#dontfreakout

— Noah Syndergaard (@Noahsyndergaard) September 15, 2018

….and NYC rats are way bigger and meaner

— Noah Syndergaard (@Noahsyndergaard) September 15, 2018

Some of his Mets teammates, however, didn’t share the same sentiment.

First baseman Dominic Smith, a rat hater, according to Newsday, told the newspaper after the game: “Bro. I’m from LA, bro. We don’t have rats. When you see one, it’s time

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