Mets simulate celebrating final out of World Series: ‘We want to win it’

The New York Mets are champions of the world! Or at least for a few moments, that’s what they were told to simulate. 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. “Fun times and it was an exciting camp day,” Luis Rojas said, adding the idea for the drill was brought around by first base coach Tony Tarasco. “It’s probably the best I’ve seen that drill done in my young coaching career.” Michael Conforto caug…

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