It's been 12 days since Johan Santana became the first Mets pitcher in history to throw a no hitter, and the team is doing everything it can to milk it with replica game tickets and commemorative game-used items. Because when it comes down to it, magical Mets moments don't happen all that often—which is why Mets fans should get a kick out of this video of Kenyan children recreating one of the greatest Mets moments: the climactic at bat of Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.
The cutest part of the video is that the kids are using tennis rackets instead of bats. According to the uploader, the students were interested in making a movie about a famous American sporting event. Mookie Wilson's slow grounder up the first base line in the 10th inning should have kept the game going and given the Red Sox a chance to finish up the series—but instead, we got Bill Buckner's error, which forced Game 7 and led to the Mets championship. Below, relive the original moment, along with those 1986 Mets players' reminiscences.