MLB may soon feel the wrath of Thor.

MLB fans know the pain and torture of having to deal with the league's blackout restrictions. Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard would like you to know he feels your pain.

The Mets starter is away from the team, still rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, but he wanted to see his boys play during their home opener Thursday. Syndergaard detailed on his Instagram story his experience of trying to watch them but being struck down by the blackout rules.

"I'm trying to watch the home opener," Syndergaard says, trying to flick to the Mets-Marlins matchup. He finds that the game is blacked out.