MPOTD: World Champs Or Bust

MPOTD: World Champs Or Bust

by Darren Meenan November 09, 2017 0 Comments

The '86 Mets were so damn cocky. It's one thing for fans to talk like this, but the advertisements and music video was outright ballsy. I love teams with swag and these dudes set the bar. 

I have World Series aspirations for the even the shittiest of rosters each April, but in '86 they knew what they had and backed it up even for just one year. Oh, what could have been.... 

Shout to our dude @davesmetsdugout for todays Mets Photo Of The Day. Give him a follow. Always posting cool stuff. 

Remember the theme song? How could you forget it? They recorded it three months before winning the World Series. That squad definitely needed wheelbarrows to walk around NYC. 


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