Great Moments In Mets History As Narrated By 'Simpsons' Characters

This is perfection. Unlike the Mets.

If you're a Mets fan or a fan of "The Simpsons," or perhaps a fan of both, do we have a video for you.

Mets supporter and actor Hank Azaria, who voices a number of characters from "The Simpsons," joined MLB Central earlier this week and put his talents to the test. Azaria called a handful of great Mets moments (slim pickings, amirite?) as some of his best-known characters from the show.

If you thought Mookie Wilson's grounder through Bill Buckner's legs during Game 6 of the 1986 World Series wasn't amazin' on its own, it's 10 times better as told by Moe the bartender.

Even Apu is on hand to relive Endy Chavez's catch in Game 7 of the 2006 National League Championship Series. Not that that ended well for Mets fans. PER USUAL.

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