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Monday, June 11, 2012

Antidote To The Mets Being Swept By The Yankees

It feels like a long time since Johan Santana's no-hitter. The Mets have lost six of their last seven games, including three over the weekend to the Yankees.  What to do?  Watch this video. It is shows a group of Kenyan students re-enacting the climax of Game 6 of the 1986 World Series in which the ball hit by Mookie Wilson finds its way through Bill Buckner's legs.  According to the YouTube information, the students wanted to make a move about a famous American sporting event.  They chose wisely.  I have a feeling I will be going back to this video quite often this season.

1 comments :

Baked Ziti said...

That is magical. I particularly like performance of rich gedman. Ya know, listening I couldn't help but wonder how different it would have been with joe buck doIng play by play. Go Yankees (wannabe mets fan)

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