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Keith Hernandez stopped by Keith's Grill to check up on business, grill some burgers

What do you do after you start your own company and it becomes a successful, money-making business? Do you sit back and count your cash for the rest of your days? Do you build a pool of gold and dive into it over and over again until you discover another goldmine underneath it?

Yes, you could. But a good boss should probably always keep involved in their company -- dropping in to check on things and make sure the operation is running smoothly. During the fifth inning of the Mets' 2-1 win over the Royals, broadcaster Keith Hernandez stopped by Citi Field's Keith's Grill to check out the crowd and grill some burgers:

Yes, Keith's Grill actually became Keith's grill for one night. Check out the video above for Keith's full assessment.
The Mets' bullpen, meanwhile, had to do some cooking of its own. With Bartolo Colon sidelined in the first inning after a line drive hit his thumb, manager Terry Collins looked to his relievers to deliver in what would ultimately be a bullpen pitchers' duel.
X-Rays eventually came back negative for Colon, but the relief staff pitched admirably in his absence -- holding K.C. to six hits across 8 2/3 innings. Asdrubal Cabrera and Yoenis Cespedes each homered, propelling the Mets to the 2-1 win.