Mets' Twitter account has unique take on Utley-Syndergaard play

There's still plenty of tension between Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley and the New York Mets, going back to last year's playoffs when Utley broke Ruben Tejada's leg on a slide at second base. He got plenty of boos from the Citi Field crowd before Friday's game, and then Utley continued to torment Mets fans with a game-tying, bases-clearing double in the ninth inning later that night.

On Saturday, Mets starter Noah Syndergaardthrew a 99-mph fastball behind Utley in the third inning, which prompted the ejections of both Syndergaard and manager Terry Collins.

The Mets' Twitter account had its own perspective of that play:

What other fireworks can we expect between Utley and the Mets the rest of the weekend, and what other euphemisms will the team's Twitter use to describe them?

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