Mets’ Syndergaard no fan of Blooper

3:45 p.m Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018 Sports
Jason Getz
Atlanta Braves mascot Blooper takes photographs with fans during the Atlanta Braves Chop Fest at the Plaza at SunTrust Park Saturday, January 27, 2018, in Atlanta. 2018 Chop Fest is a fan interactive event allowing fans to interact with players, coaches, and participate in baseball clinics. PHOTO / JASON GETZ

The Braves unveiled their new mascot Blooper to, let’s just say, mixed reviews.

Count Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard among the haters.

After the Braves debuted Blooper on Saturday at the team’s Chop Fest, Syndergaard turned to Twitter to express his disdain. He posted a video from the Fox Sports: Braves account of the unveiling with the simple comment: “Nope Nope Nope.”

Perhaps Syndergaard will feel differently when he sees Blooper in person? He won’t have to wait long. The Braves host the Mets in an early-season meeting, a four-game series April 19-22. The final game of the series, a Sunday afternoon game, has been dubbed as New Mascot Bobblehead Giveaway.

Unfortunately, just the first 10,000 children under 14 will receive the bobblehead.  Sorry, Noah.