Former Mets attend rally in Holbrook

Some former Mets rallied in Holbrook Thursday as the team traveled home for a pivotal Game 3 of the Fall Classic. World Series champ Art

World Series champ Art Shamsky, of the 1969 Mets, and Ducks manager and former Mets shortstop Kevin Baez were among a group of people attending the rally at the playground near the Holbrook Country Club.

World Series champ Art Shamsky, of the 1969 Mets, and Ducks manager and former Mets shortstop Kevin Baez were among a group of people attending the rally at the playground near the Holbrook Country Club. (10/29/15)

HOLBROOK - Some former Mets rallied in Holbrook Thursday as the team traveled home for a pivotal Game 3 of the Fall Classic.

World Series champ Art Shamsky, of the 1969 Mets, and Ducks manager and former Mets shortstop Kevin Baez were among a group of people attending the rally at the playground near the Holbrook Country Club.

"Even though the team is down 0-2, it's a best of seven series. Anything can happen…I do believe the Mets are going to come back," Shamsky told News 12.

Game 3 will be at Citi Field Friday night.

 

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