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Photos by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
Photos by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
Mets Sterling Awards winners play soccer with third-graders in Corona.

The future of the New York Mets greeted Corona‘s future leaders for a morning of exercise and fun.

On Sept. 26, top players in the franchise’s the minor league system headed to P.S. 92 to participate in physical education class alongside the school’s third-graders.

Sterling Awards winners Luis Guillorme, Jhoan Urena, Jordan Humphreys, Nicolas Debora, Rigoberto Terrazas, Jaison Vilera, Miguel Ramirez, Yoel Romero, Luis Santana and Corey Oswalt — who won Organizational Pitcher of the Year — played dodgeball and soccer with the enthusiastic group of young learners.

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Mr. Met also arrived to join in on the fun.

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After physical activities, the students joined together for a question and answer session with the baseball players. Queries ranged from players’ workout habits, favorite foods and opinions on homework.

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Students then lined up for autographs and high-fives from the players.

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Student Wilmer Vega, a Mets fan, said he liked playing dodgeball against the players the best. He hopes to go to a Mets game next season.

View more photos from the fun event below.

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