These Ladies Waited 185 Years To See The Mets Lose

Setting aside the fact that one's in a wheelchair and the team has been around for less than half of the other's life, that's still pretty good willpower. But Rebecca Lazofsky, 102, and daughter Miriam, 85, finally took in their first Mets game yesterday. One hopes they stuck around until the 9th so they could see the Mets actually plate a runner.

"When they lose," said Miriam, "I close my eyes and I pretend I don't see anything."

[NY Post]