The Mets Are Practicing Their World Series Celebration In Practice

The Mets last appeared in a World Series in 2015, last won one a World Series in 1986 and have generally been considered to be one of the most unlucky teams in franchise history.

On Wednesday, the Mets ran a standard 27-out game drill during camp on Wednesday. The purpose of the drill was to simulate getting all 27 outs without an error, but with one added pressure, to pretend they were doing it in Game 7 of the World Series.

Michael Conforto caught the final out of the drill and the players all ran to the center of the infield and celebrated, launching their gloves in the air, cheering and jumping around as if they had won the World Series.

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