Is 1986 World Series history repeating itself for the Mets? The stats say so!

New York Mets' Curtis Granderson (3) cheers as Juan Lagares (12) dives at home plate to score on an RBI single by Juan Uribe. ((AP Photo/Matt Slocum))

Is 1986 World Series history repeating itself for the Mets? So far, the stats say so! And as all Mets fans know, Ya Gotta Believe!

Check out the stats tweeted out by ESPN's Baseball Tonight, following the Mets' 9-3 Game 3 win. In 1986, the Mets also won Game 3 - by 6 runs.



Since the World Series began in 1903, there have been 11 instances of a rebound after a team started with a 0-2 deficit. When you do the math out of the 111 games played, such a comeback has happened in 10 percent of all of the World Series matchups. Read more about that here.

So, do you believe in signs? Tell us in the comments section below.
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