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New York Mets’ Ty Kelly Smacks First Career MLB Home Run (Video)

New York Mets utility infielder Ty Kelly just did something only a handful of people ever get to experience. He smacked a MLB home run.

It has to make you feel like a youngster full of life and energy.

When anybody hits their first Major League Baseball home run, the feeling of excitement must be overwhelming. If it wasn’t, a pulse check would be recommended.

As it pertains to New York Mets utility infielder Ty Kelly, we now know his pulse is ticking.

Check out the video above as Kelly hits his first career big league home run as his Mets are playing in Pittsburgh. Kelly received the start at third-base and smacked this Jameson Taillon pitch for a two-run shot that tied the game for the Amazins.

Kelly was obviously thrilled as he made his way into the Mets dugout.

The game is currently tied at three in the bottom of the fifth.

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