Mets move and play with Brownsville students

The New York Mets stopped by a Brownsville school to get students moving and turn fitness into fun.Pitchers Mike Pelfrey and Chris Capuano played basketball

BROOKLYN - The New York Mets stopped by a Brownsville school to get students moving and turn fitness into fun.

Pitchers Mike Pelfrey and Chris Capuano played basketball and other games with students at P.S. 184. The visit was part of Emblem-Health's push to promote fitness in schools.

Students also received free tickets to see a Mets game.

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