It was the first no hitter the franchise had ever seen, and it happened in dramatic fashion with a few great plays and a few close calls.
For a lifelong Mets fan, having first row tickets to an event like that would be an amazing experience.
An even better experience would be celebrating on the field after the game with the Mets players.
That's what Rafael Diaz did. Unfortunately, he wasn't exactly invited.
Now, Diaz has been charged with interfering with a sporting event, and is facing up to a year in prison and a $1000 fine, along with a lifetime ban from Citi Field.
His friends and family say that he's a lifelong Mets fan, and attends games all the time. It looks like that's going to end now, after his on-field celebration.
What do you think... was it worth it?