It's OK if you were distracted by the dragon and missed Syndergaard's cameo, but it was epic.
No, not the Avenger, although that would be a crossover worthy of the Ragnarok billing.
In April, Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard told Sports Illustrated's Maggie Gray that he traveled to Spain during the offseason to appear as an extra in the hit series "Game of Thrones".
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'The Spoils of War' featured one of the most memorable battles yet to close the show. Unfortunately his accurate spear throwing was all for naught, as he and his fellow Lannister forces were outmatched by the Dothraki army, and ultimately perished at the hands of a fire-breathing dragon. It's not a baseball, nor a hammer, but it's still something of a familiar weapon of choice. He said that he filmed for one day on the show's set in Spain, arriving at eight o'clock in the morning and not filming his scene until nearly 12 hours later.
Syndergaard, who partially tore his lat muscle during an April start, had teased his Game of Thrones cameo earlier this year.
Getting to star in any TV show is cool for anyone, but getting to star in the most popular show is another.