Homeland Security chief awards Mets

Adam Rubin

Department of Homeland Security secretary Jeh Johnson presents Mets owner Jeff Wilpon with a Rick Rescorla National Award for Resilience for the ballclub's assistance in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Rescorla died on Sept. 11 while attempting to evacuate Morgan Stanley's 2,700 workers from the World Trade Center's South Tower. His family joined Johnson in presenting the award to the Mets.