The New York Mets Practiced Winning the World Series, Complete with an On-Field Celebration (VIDEO)

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The New York Mets Practiced Winning the World Series, Complete with an On-Field Celebration (VIDEO)

Baseball Is Fun

Having been through the (very successful) Joe Maddon Era with the Chicago Cubs, I’m not really one to take a huge crap on teams doing atypical, new-age-y things in service of eventual on-field success. So, while I do think what the New York Mets did was a bit odd … I also feel like, hey, whatever, if it got them pumped, God bless.

The Mets drilled 27 outs as if it were Game 7 of the World Series – no errors allowed – and if they got to number 27, they were to celebrate as though they really did win the World Series.

So they did, and they did:

https://twitter.com/DeeshaThosar/status/1369678724677910532

Like I said – hey, if it worked for them or if it was fun for them, then go for it. No judgment zone.



Author: Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Cubs Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor.