Month: May 2018

Mets Hire Two New Public Address Announcers; One Female!

    This is very, very interesting news from the Mets. After Alex Anthony (the longest tenured Mets PA Announcer, from 2003 until 2017) firing at the beginning of the year, it was PA Announcer Rob Rush who took over the helm as the voice of the stadium. Rob’s voice was

Exciting Opportunities With World Series Champion Art Shamsky!

This is very exciting news. Art Shamsky, a member of the 1969 World Series Champion Miracle Mets, author of “The Magnificent Seasons”, and an ambassador of the Israel Association of Baseball has very exciting opportunities for fans and supporters alike that want to learn more about the history and heritage

My 2018 Triple-A ASG Tickets Have Arrived!

You know how some people have a day that symbolizes the first day of summer? For some, it’s Opening Day, for others, it’s Memorial Day, and some kick off summer with a personal day, like a birthday or an anniversary. For me, it’s the day my tickets for the Triple-A

Should the Mets ditch the Home Alternate Cap?

Yesterday, during the Marlins Mets series opener, Jason Vargas was spotted warring up with the incorrect Mets cap. Instead of the Primary blue Mets cap with the interlocking NY, Vargas dawned the blue Mets cap with the white outline around the NY. This cap is supposed to be worn with

Who’s next into the Mets Hall Of Fame?

Originally posted on Mets Plus:
Last Friday, after Jose Reyes’ got a single to left single field, I checked twitter and saw that Johan Santana was being inducted into the Minnesota Twins Hall Of Fame (congrats, Johan!). This made me ponder the list of candidates for the Mets Hall Of…

New Food Options at Citi Field: Raclette (Cheese Haus Sausage)

At the beginning of the year, in the “What’s New At Citi Field for 2018” event, the Mets unveiled some new food options for Citi Field. As someone who likes ballpark food, I was looking forward to trying some of the new options from each of the vendors that premiered

WATCH: Seventh Inning Stretch At Citi Field

Who’s next into the Mets Hall Of Fame?

Last Friday, after Jose Reyes’ got a single to left single field, I checked twitter and saw that Johan Santana was being inducted into the Minnesota Twins Hall Of Fame (congrats, Johan!). This made me ponder the list of candidates for the Mets Hall Of Fame: You have to assume

Looking at the Mets Mother’s Day On-Field Gear

This Sunday, May 13th, on Mother’s Day, Major League Baseball will celebrate by showcasing their thirty MLB clubs in commemorative gear. Unlike previous years, where the team wore special uniform tops and pants, it’s just going to be commemorative caps, socks and personal gear as an option (bats, cleats, batting

When the Mets Slump, the Blog Slumps?

The Mets have hit a skid in the beginning of the month of May, and it’s fair to say the blog has met the same fate. Unfortunately, for the next week to ten days, it’s mostly out of my control. I’m finishing my first year of college, which means finals,

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