Watch The Mets Celebrate Clinching Through The Camera On Michael Conforto's Head

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When a baseball team celebrates an accomplishment by spraying each other with gallon upon gallon of beer and champagne, there’s always a couple of players with some kind of camera strapped to their head. We see all sorts of media from these celebrations—high-quality photos, local news reports, even Vines and Instagrams from the principals—but usually not the footage from these head-mounted cameras.

Mets rookie outfielder Michael Conforto was wearing a camera as the team celebrated clinching the NL East on Saturday, and the footage found its way onto MLB.com. It’s nothing wildly different than what you’ve seen before, but it’s still a pretty cool perspective on what looks like a whole hell of a lot of fun.

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Photo via Getty; h/t Amazin Avenue

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