Relive one of the greatest moments in Mets baseball history with this wonderfully soft infant bodysuit:
1986 World Series: Game 6
Through Buckner's Legs
Mets vs Boston
6 - 5
25 October, 1986
Mookie Wilson stepped to the plate in the 10th down one run with two outs. New York had to score or lose the World Series. Wilson determinedly fought off pitches and on a count of 2-2 pitcher Bob Stanley threw a wild pitch that allowed Kevin Mitchell to score and tie the game and to move Ray Knight into scoring position. Now with the count at 3-2, Wilson got a ground ball down the first base line. First baseman Bill Buckner moved over to field and missed the ball as it took a bounce and went through his legs. The error allowed Knight to score, and New York won the game. The momentum of the win carried into Game 7 where New York won their 2nd World Series.
Nothing matters more to a baby than comfort, and that's why this baby one piece is the right choice for any active baby. The enveloped neckline and three snap leg closure makes it perfect for everyday use, while the soft and light cotton serves as a blank canvas for your designs. - 100% combed and ring-spun cotton - Fabric weight: 3.9 oz/y² (132.2 g/m²) - Envelope neckline - Three snap leg closure - Side-seamed
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So grateful to see women’s sports options! We were at this game in France 2019 — love this concept and the nostalgia of our son being able to wear it!
My sister & BIL laughed hysterically on Christmas morning at this for their newborn daughter.