'Thor' Visits Chatham; Mets Pitching Ace Syndergaard Signs Autographs at Legends Gallery in the Chatham Sports Shop

Chatham's Charlie Frey, 13, poses for his photo with Noah Syndergaard of the Mets Credits: TAP Chatham
The Frey family, Charlie, flanked by his parents, Laura and Rob, were among the Chatham residents who came to see Noah Syndergaard of the Mets Credits: TAP Chatham
Mets fans from Woodbridge were first in line to see Noah Syndergaard at Legends Gallery in Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard gets ready to meet and greet Legends Gallery in Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Mets fans wait in line to meet Noah Syndergaard at Legends Gallery in Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Antonio Cunha gets his photo taken with Noah Syndergaard at Legends Gallery on Wednesday Credits: TAP Chatham
Charlie Frey of Chatham watches Noah Syndergaard of the Mets sign his photo Credits: TAP Chatham
Liam and Aiden Hernandez get a photo with Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard Credits: TAP Chatham
The line to see Noah Syndergaard spilled out onto the sidewalk in front of the Chatham Sports Shop on Wednesday Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - Mets fans keep coming back.

At least when it comes to Legends Gallery on Main Street in Chatham, where Mets pitching ace Noah "Thor" Syndergaard signed autographs and posed for photos for Mets fans on Wednesday evening.

Eight months earlier, Mets fans had shown up in Chatham for photos and autographs with former first baseman Keith Hernandez.

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A number of same Mets fans made a return visit, including the Frey family of Chatham. Charlie Frey, 13, got his photo taken with Syndergaard and an autographed picture while his parents, Laura and Rob, looked on. They were also among the first to arrive last November when Hernandez came to Chatham.

Antonio Cunha came from Woodbridge to see Syndergaard and was the first in line with his daughter, Mariah, and her friend, Sean. They were first in line, arriving three hours before the scheduled arrival of Mets pitcher.




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