Found June 21, 2012 on Bob's Blitz :

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At SNY's Kevin Burkhardt's question-and-answer interview with members of the New York Mets All-Time team, he asked Darryl Strawberry for his opinion on which team would have won between the 1969 and ‘86 Mets – the only World Series championship teams in franchise history.

Straw sidestepped the question a bit before saying that he would have, in fact, liked to "get a piece of that [Tom Seaver's pitching] with my Louisville Slugger."

Seaver's response? "You don't have any handcuffs on your wrists, do you?"

The awkwardness begins at approximately 1:20 into the clip. Feel the team spirit!

 

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