Attention 90s kids: The Giants made a “Full House” parody

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I dunno. I’m not a 90s kid. The first time I saw Bob Saget he was telling SUPER off-color jokes about how he “married his girlfriend of seven years,” and then said that’s how old she was, he’s going to jail. The whole vanilla sitcom portion of his career sort of eluded me.

I was an 80s kid. I never got the appeal of “Full House.” I watched “Brady Bunch” reruns and shows like “Matt Houston” and “Hunter.” Someone give me a “Hunter” parody with Hunter Pence. THEN we’ll have something.

But I guess this is OK too.

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Mets’ McNeil carted off vs. Nats after crash into wall

Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports
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NEW YORK — New York Mets left fielder Jeff McNeil was carted off the field Thursday after crashing into the left field wall in the first inning to rob the Washington Nationals’ Asdrubal Cabrera of a two-run extra-base hit.

McNeil, a natural infielder who has been manning both outfielder corners for the Mets since last year, raced at full speed to the warning track and made an impressive lunging catch for the final out of the inning. He crashed into the wall with both arms extended and raised his glove hand as he fell to indicate he had the ball.

But McNeil was in obvious pain as he covered his eyes with both hands and yelled before flinging his glove off. He briefly tried getting up but only made it a few steps with a trainer and manager Luis Rojas before sitting back down.

McNeil was able to walk to a cart on the warning track before being driven off the field.

The Mets said in the fourth inning McNeil was still being evaluated and an update would be provided after the game.

McNeil, who has started at third base and left field this season, is batting .293 with seven RBIs in 16 games. He made the All-Star team last season and is a career .319 hitter in 212 games.

Billy Hamilton pinch-hit for McNeil in the bottom half of the inning.