One of the coolest parts of MLB's All-Star FanFest this year was a diamond set up by T-Mobile in the middle of the Javits Center in New York. Much of the time, it was just occupied by kids trying out their stuff on their own (with the help of their parents of course). But Mets legend John Franco joined in on the action to help kids learn how to play baseball.

He, as seen in the video below, gave signs that were probably meaningless and coached some of the younger players to run faster (by picking them up and carrying them).

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