Unbeknownst to many fans, a nearly magical enclave has been flourishing for quite a while now in “Mets Plaza.”
The daughter of a police officer who died in the line of duty 10 years ago was one of the children who got to throw out the first pitch at the Mets game.
The sleepover is another way for Mets fans to have fun at the ballpark. They can watch the game, enjoy a movie, meet Mets alumni and then sleep under the stars in the outfield.
As part of the tribute, the Mets will reportedly display Officer Moore’s image on the scoreboard and outside the stadium.
Foodies will certainly be making their way to Citi Field this year. With new additions like Pig Guy NYC and Rao’s Specialty Foods, this baseball stadium is proving to be the next great food destination.
With higher expectations for 2015, three of the first seven home crowds exceeded 41,000 and two others were around 39,000.
Coming up at Citi Field, the night Mets fans have eagerly anticipated for more than a year and a half: Matt Harvey back on the mound in Queens.
“Bald Vinny” Milano says he has no problem with Mets fans doing roll call during Monday’s home opener at Citi Field — even if it is a Yankees thing.
This isn’t the worst thing to ever happen at Citi Field. But it’s a great example of how not to act at a ballgame.
The relatives of Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were joined by Mayor Bill de Blasio and other NYPD and city officials.
Mets fans don’t forget. You saw that firsthand on Monday afternoon. During introductions on opening day at Citi Field, head trainer Ray Ramirez was loudly booed.
Die-hard Mets fans showed up at Citi Field around 9 a.m., four hours before Monday’s game against the Phillies.
A group of Mets fans has its own slogan this season, a message directed at the club’s owners. When the team arrived at Citi Field for Monday’s home opener, it was greeted by two new billboards just outside the ballpark.
Monday marks the home opener for the Mets, in a season that’s already begun with a sense of optimism and hope for the future (PED suspensions aside).
Check out the view from Chopper 880 as the Amazin’s get ready to host the Phillies on Monday afternoon.