Month: March 2016

Citi Field’s Wall is now completely Blue! (And some more things)

As you can see from my title, I’m really happy about the wall at Citi Field. Budweiser, Citi, Verizon, Block Advisors, Altec Lansing, Gulf and National Car Rental (partially) all switched over to a Blue background, and honestly, the wall looks so much better. Previously the yellow from WB Mason

“Citi Perks Patrol” shirts will be designed by The7Line.

This is really cool. One of the most exciting things about an experience at Citi Field is when Mr.Met and the Citi Perks Patrol (which used to be known as the Pepsi Party Patrol) come on out to throw out t-shirts. While I have absolutely no luck in catching these

Mets Probable Pitchers for the first two weeks of the Mets Regular Season

I found this interesting diagram on MetsBlog.com earlier today, and it explains who will pitch when. There are some surprises on this diagram that are slightly confusing, however. Let me explain: The basis of Terry’s thinking is that with the extremely un-orthodox start to the schedule, the Mets will be starting

Bruegel and Me

Originally posted on Our Game:
Bruegel, The Harvesters, 1565; detail From my column “Play’s the Thing,” Woodstock Times, December 28, 2006: Walking through the European Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art last week with my son Mark, returned from college for the holidays, we glided from gallery to gallery at a…

The future of MetsPlus, explained.

I’ve been a Mets fan since 2006, when I was seven years old. Ever since, I’ve been following the Mets season after season, and now I’m finally getting to enjoy watching the team I love. (At least I hope….) Now, I’ve been honored to write about Baseball since 2013. It’s

@Mets and MetsPlus would like to wish you…

… a happy Easter! While you are enjoying the time with your family, have the comforting thought that Mets baseball starts in one week!  🐰 Happy Easter! 🐰 #Mets pic.twitter.com/bycGd66U2t — New York Mets (@Mets) March 27, 2016

Does Matt Reynolds have a spot on the bench?

Matt Reynolds technically made his Major League debut last year, when the Mets promoted him from the offseason to take the place of Ruben Tejada, who injured himself during Game 2 of the National League Division Series. However, the “technically” comes into play, because Reynolds never made an in-game appearance.

I’m Still Going To Call It The Pepsi Porch

Originally posted on A View From The Bench:
By: Paul DiSclafani It will always be the “Pepsi Porch” to me. I’ve never called the Triboro Bridge the “RFK” bridge, have you?  Did you even know that they renamed the 59th Street Bridge after former NYC Mayor Ed Koch?  Hell, I still…

#LinksAboutHim: Dilson Herrera

In today’s #LinksAboutHim, we take a look at Dilson Herrera, a player that many people project will be the Mets starting second baseman one day in the not to distant future. The New York Post believes that it’s make or break time for Dilson. NJ.com gives us a chance to relive Dilson’s World Baseball

#Mets Lineups for 3/21

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