Keith Hernandez Says 1986 Mets Best Ever in Franchise History

Keith Hernandez Says 1986 Mets Best Ever in Franchise History

This weekend the New York Mets are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1986 World Championship team by having a reunion tomorrow night, as well as great fan giveaways tonight and Sunday night.

Part of the celebration included a re-broadcast of the infamous game 6 last night on WOR 710, which included great interviews with past players, including Keith Hernandez.

One of the best quotes form Keith during the interview spoke a lot to his character as a ballplayer, and how he truly does respect the game:

We never realized or felt going in that (if) we won 108 games, that we were destined to win the thing, we had to go out and win it.

Read full article here.

About Freddy Vasquez

I saw my first game back in 1987 against the Montreal Expos. I can recall walking up those concrete ramps to the "Uppers" with my family at Shea. The banter of New Yorkers talking about their lives. The smell of hot dogs as the vendors passed by. The darkness of a 7:10 game right before you enter the short tunnel welcoming one of the most magnificent sights you will ever see as a young boy - the green grass of a major league baseball field.

Posted on May 28, 2016, in The Soap Box and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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