How perfect. 2006 is the 20th Anniversary of the 1986 World Championship for the Mets and San Diego Serenade made an amazin' re-enactment of one of the signature moments of the World Series. As a tribute to RBI Baseball, Serenade's "favorite video game of all time," he made the video above, re-enacting the bottom of the 10th inning in game 6 and setting it to Vin Scully's broadcast of the same game. If you have 10 minutes so spare, we highly recommend watching and listening to the re-enactment. After all, can you imagine the time that was put into the re-enactment? Every pitch in the inning, every foul ball, and the final tough at bat by Mookie Wilson.

Plus, you get to hear Scully's classic words at the end of the game:
"If one picture is worth a thousand words, you have seen about a million words. But more than that, you have seen an absolutely bizarre finish to Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. The Mets are not only alive, they are well and they will play the Red Sox in Game 7 tomorrow."