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Mets GIF Of The Game: Heath Bell curses, Marlon Byrd fumes, Daniel Murphy leaps

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Some animated GIFs to enjoy from Thursday's Fourth Of July matchup between the Mets and the Diamondbacks

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Jim McIsaac

The Mets and the Diamondbacks played fifteen innings yesterday so we had plenty of GIF-able content, but, incredibly, most of the good stuff happened in the fourteenth inning.

After Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit a home run to tie the game at four in the bottom of the fourteenth, Heath Bell, who blew a save in the previous inning, was a little angry.

Later in the inning, with two outs and Eric Young on second with the would-be winning run, Marlon Byrd struck out looking to end the inning. He expressed his frustration by doing this:

Throughout Byrd's at-bat, some dude behind home plate was doing an arm-roll. Accounts differ on whether he looks more like Philip Seymour Hoffman or Wally Backman.

Back in the top of the first inning, Daniel Murphy snared Martin Prado's line drive and then fired to second to double up Tony Campana.

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