The Mets flew into Williamsport, PA on Sunday for their special Little League World Series game against the Phillies. And Little Leaguers were there waiting for them when they arrived...
The Mets have touched down in Williamsport for the Little League Classic. pic.twitter.com/xRXNyt1K9Q- Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) August 19, 2018
The Mets' welcome parade included the Little League teams representing the New England and Caribbean regions.
Jacob deGrom, Michael Conforto and the Mets greet Little Leaguers as they arrive at Williamsport Regional Airport. pic.twitter.com/QFTqxbWiqi- Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) August 19, 2018
After taking a bus trip with the team to Lamade Stadium, the Mets got to take in the moment by watching Panama v. Japan as they were swarmed by spectators and players alike.
Check out Jacob deGrom going on the otherside of the mic for once, and interviewing a Little Leaguer.
Jacob deGrom interviewing a Little Leaguer.- Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) August 19, 2018
"Say I'm on the mound and I need a little help, what would you say?"
"Don't tip your pitches!" pic.twitter.com/k9K37NvEsB
And how about Todd Frazier, who won the Little League World Series back in 1998, taking it all in from the stands...