From the NY Post.
After the ugly sweep in Miami by the dreadful Marlins, the rumors of manager Mickey Callaway’s job being in jeopardy and the doom and gloom forecasts that have hovered over their heads, the Mets got to enjoy themselves for a change. Rosario’s infield single sent the Mets to the winner’s circle for the second straight day, this time with a walk-off, come-from-behind, 6-5 victory over the Nationals at Citi Field.
“It’s a walk-off, why not?” Alonso said, when asked why he brought the Gatorade bucket all the way out to second base. “It’s just a fun moment. You got to throw the Gatorade on someone to celebrate a walk-off, right? There’s no other way.”
“It was unbelievable,” Callaway added. “We went crazy.”Read more here.
I find it unbelievable that you went crazy too... Are you guys going to riot at 1 game over .500?
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