WATCH: Mets starting rotation watches game with fans in the stands

By Vincent Frank
Mar 24, 2018; Jupiter, FL, USA; A New York Mets hat with sunglasses sits on a glove in the dugout during a spring training game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets at Roger Dean Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The division-rival New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies are taking on one another Sunday night inside one of the most iconic venues Pennsylvania has to offer.

Taking part in the second annual Little League Classic in Williamsport, the teams are taking in all of the amazing stuff that comes with the stadium and its history.

Here, we see the Mets’ entire rotation, minus Sunday’s starter Jason Vargas, taking to the stands to catch the game with young fans.

That’s all sorts of excellent right there. It’s also one of the main reasons Major League Baseball decided to start this annual tradition last year.

A total of three players on the two teams took part in the Little League World Series during their childhoods. For them, this represents where it all started. For the youngsters in the stands, it represents hopes and aspirations that they, too, can make it.