"I thought we were done."
It was Game 6 of the 1986 World Series, and in the bottom of the 10th inning, that's what Keith Hernandez had in his head when he flew out to center field for the second out. The Mets allowed two runs to the Boston Red Sox in the top of the 10th, so a 5-3 lead for the away team with only one out to go didn't look good at all for Hernandez.
Hernandez ran into the clubhouse because he simply couldn't watch when the Red Sox get that out and celebrate as world champions. But we all know how that went.
"Probably one of the greatest single-game comebacks in World Series history," Hernandez said.
The former Mets captain talked about that moment and much more on the latest edition of Baseball Night in New York: Living Room Edition. You can check out the full episode on SNY at 7 p.m.