Tag: Citi Field

Citi Field Facts, Figures and Thoughts

One of the most popular questions I get on a daily basis from Mets fans is what to do at Citi Field. While most fans live in New York, a lot of fans live outside of the Metropolitan area or simply do not have the time or the means to visit. So,

Citi Field Facts, Figures and Thoughts

One of the most popular questions I get on a daily basis from Mets fans is what to do at Citi Field. While most fans live in New York, a lot of fans live outside of the Metropolitan area or simply do not have the time or the means to visit. So,

Citi Field netting could be further expanded to the Foul Poles

This is absurdity at it’s best. Shannon Shark of MetsPolice.com, shared this New York Times article that came out yesterday over the state of protective netting at New York stadiums. In brief, the article talks about how Terry Collins and Jay Bruce support their employers  decision (shocker), and how the Yankees

Why I’m not a fan of the new Protective Netting

As you probably know, the Mets have announced that they will extend the protective netting at Citi Field starting July 15th, the first day back from the All-Star Break, when they take on the Colorado Rockies. While they are extending it past the dugout, they are also extending it down

Citi Field Facts, Figures and Thoughts

One of the most popular questions I get on a daily basis from Mets fans is what to do at Citi Field. While most fans live in New York, a lot of fans live outside of the Metropolitan area or simply do not have the time or the means to visit. So,

Citi Field Facts, Figures and Thoughts

One of the most popular questions I get on a daily basis from Mets fans is what to do at Citi Field. While most fans live in New York, a lot of fans live outside of the Metropolitan area or simply do not have the time or the means to visit. So,

Asdrubal Cabrera’s Opening Day Status is in Limbo

One of the key additions to the Mets this season was the signing of credible shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, however, he is the victim of the first injury of the Spring. According to the New York Times, will visit with the Mets’ medical staff and get an injection of platelet-rich plasma to

Mets bringing back Racing Stripes as a Sunday alternate

Mets, swapping Camo for 86 Racing Stripes was the best thing you ever did. We are throwing it back! We will wear 1986 throwback uniforms during every Sunday home game. https://t.co/plRj4hKDAC pic.twitter.com/Cb4eU9KaxU — New York Mets (@Mets) February 22, 2016 According to the Mets official press release, “The 1986 Mets made

My thoughts on Terry Collins

I’ve been a Mets fan since 2006. I know that doesn’t seem like much, but I’m only 15. It’s fair to say that a good portion of my day is consumed by the New York Mets. My entire evening is, six to seven days a week, and I spend a

11 Questions with Mets in-game host Branden Wellington

The Mets have been introducing a lot of new traditions this year, Free Shirt Fridays, Family Sundays, Military Mondays and more! One of the best new features that the Mets have introduced are permanent in-game hosts. These guys energize the crowd and make a Mets game 10x more enjoyable! One

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