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No Met will put on No. 17 once more.
Saturday marked a special day at Citi Field for the Mets franchise. Keith Hernandez received his quantity retired in a beautiful, emotional pregame ceremony. It was an honor that was lengthy overdue. It occurred in entrance of a sold-out crowd in Queens on a fully excellent summer time day. The ending? A Mets walk-off win. Oh yeah, the primary Mets walk-off win on an error within the tenth inning since…Recreation 6 of the 1986 World Collection.
To speak about Hernandez’s No. 17 getting retired, we carry you a particular reside episode of the “Amazin’ However True” podcast that Nelson Figueroa and I hosted from EBBS Brewing Co. outdoors Citi Subject.
‘Amazin’ However True’ Dwell Podcast at EBBS Brewing Co. with Jake & Figgie:
- KEITH HERNANDEZ DAY: Discussing what Keith meant to the Mets franchise and the way he turned them round in 1984. The staff was a winner yearly from 1984-89 with him there. He introduced a swagger to that staff. The 1986 Mets weren’t afraid of anybody. This was a protracted deserving honor to get his No. 17 into the rafters at Citi Subject.
- NEXT NUMBER RETIRED: David Wright? Doc Gooden? Darryl Strawberry?
- FAN TRIVIA: We give followers at EBBS Keith-themed trivia questions.
- TRADE DEADLINE: Who will the Mets go after on the commerce deadline?
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