Watch: Highlights of the Mets run to the World Series

Watch: 29 years ago today at Shea Stadium…

On October 25, 1986 in the 10th inning of Game 6 in the 1986 World Series, the Mets were trailing the Red Sox by the score of 5-3.

With two outs and nobody on and the Mets down to their final out of their season, Gary Carter singled to left field off of Calvin Schiraldi. Then, Kevin Mitchell singled to center field off of Schiraldi. Then, Ray Knight singled to center field to plate Carter and put Mitchell at third as the tying run

Red Sox manager Bob McNamara replaced Schiraldi with Bob Stanley, who was tasked with getting Mookie Wilson out. He proceeded to throw a fastball to the backstop to plate Mitchell.

And then, this:

Watch: David Wright, Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom and Wilmer Flores on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

On Friday night, David Wright, Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom and Wilmer Flores appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Watch their appearance here:

Watch: MLB Statcast examines Duda’s and d’Arnaud’ back-to-back home runs

In the first inning of Wednesday’s 8-3 win over the Cubs, Lucas Duda and Travis d’Arnaud hit back-to-back home runs, the first time in Mets postseason history they hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning of a playoff game.

Here, MLB.com uses Statcast – powered by Amazon Web Services – to analyze both Duda’s and D’Arnaud’s home runs:

Watch #THIS video on Daniel Murphy’s record setting home run

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Here is a video of Daniel Murphy setting a new MLB record with his sixth home run in as many postseason games: