The Mets community was informed late Monday evening that SNY and Keith Hernandez have reached an agreement to bring back the broadcaster.

By Aniello Piro

It is almost impossible to dislike the New York Mets broadcast crew that consists of Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez.

Over the past decade the guys in the booth have done nothing but provide expert analysis and funny moments for fans.

Through the good, bad, and ugly the Mets broadcast crew have put smiles on the faces of Mets fans everywhere.

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At the end of the 2015 season the status of Keith Hernandez was in limbo with his contract set to expire.

However, Mets fans received the Amazin’ news that Keith was staying put for the 2016 season and beyond.

According to reports, the new deal will keep the former first basemen with SNY at least through the 2018 season.

Keith Hernandez has been a vital part of the Mets broadcast crew over the years. His humor and perspective of the game is unmatched.

Keith is just a naturally funny guy and the way he presents his humor while providing insight to the game is phenomenal.

One of the best parts of Keith’s delivery is that his humor stretches beyond the diamond and broadcast booth. The video below shows exactly what Keith is all about:

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0W2VYNN6VnA

No matter what team you root for you have to love Keith. All baseball fans should be delighted that a great player and broadcaster will be returning to cover America’s favorite past time.

Now that Keith is back the dynamic trio of Gary, Keith, and Ron lives on! Mets fans can expect many laughs as well as some expert analysis for years to come!

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