Yoenis Cespesdes, Noah Syndergaard

Last week, Mets players, coaches and fans were entertained by a week's worth of new, customized Yoenis Cespesdes cars. Cespesdes news got even weirder on Monday, when the 30-year-old outfielder bought a $7,000 hog.

On Tuesday, Cespesdes pulled another stunt -- this time, with the help of 23-year-old pitcher Noah Syndergaard. The duo rode horses into spring training.

Cespedes signed a three-year, $75 million deal with New York this offseason. He's got cash to burn.

Cespesdes and Syndergaard aren't selfish. After their ride, they allowed teammates Steven Matz and Kevin Plawecki to glide across the Mets' Port St. Lucie spring training home.

Here's a good summary of the morning's events:

The Amazin' Mets are the reigning National League champions. So far in spring training, the mood seems pretty lose.

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