Mets' celebration highlights top GIFS

Mets' celebration highlights top GIFS

Here are the top GIFs from Wednesday's postseason action, which saw the Mets sweep the Cubs to advance to the World Series and the Blue Jays beat the Royals to force a Game 6 in the ALCS, courtesy of @MLBGIFs.

1. Miracle Mets

Daniel Murphy celebrates homer

Daniel Murphy reacts to Lucas Duda's first-inning home run, which gave the Mets a 3-0 lead.

2. How sweep it is

Familia strikesout Fowler Final DUNKIN out

Jeurys Familia strikes out Dexter Fowler for the final out of the Mets' sweep, sending New York to the World Series for the first time since 2000.

3. Murphy mashup

Daniel Murphy hits six homers in postseason

Murphy, the MVP of the NLCS, is the first player in Major League history to homer in six consecutive postseason games.

4. Murphy is GOAT

Daniel Murphy fan with goat sign

It's hard to argue with these Mets fans, considering the unprecedented October power surge Murphy is on.

5. "Fly the M"

Mets fan with W flag in stands DUNKIN

Mets fans were out in full force at Wrigley Field.

6. The celebration begins

Players react on the field DUNKIN

Check out these awesome slow-motion reactions from the Mets after the final out.

7. Hardware for Murphy

Daniel Murphy gets NLCS MVP trophy

Murphy accepts his NLCS MVP trophy. He finished the series with a .529 average, four homers and six RBIs.

8. Party on the mound

Mets Mound celebration DUNKIN

The Mets rush the field and mob each other on the mound.

9. Tulo clears the bases

Troy Tulowitzki double reaction

Troy Tulowitzki was pumped up after driving in three with a double in the sixth inning to give the Jays a 5-0 lead.

10. Standing O

Marco Estrada gets standing ovation

Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada was feeling the love from the Rogers Centre crowd after coming out of the game in the eighth inning.

11. How many outs?

David Ross forgets the outs

David Ross lost track out the outs. Fortunately, these Cubs fans gave him the ball back.

Austin Laymance is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.