Who made the cover is a secret known only to The 7 Line founder Darren Meenan. Not even the models have any idea. “We like to keep that a surprise,” he said.
Mike Piazza will be inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame before this weekend’s season finale, and 860 blue-shirted die-hards will be there to revel in the proceedings.
If you’re a Mets fan, you’ve heard of The 7 Line. Heck, you’re probably a member of The 7 Line Army. And if you’re lucky, you have the hottest ticket in town for Opening Day.
Rex Ryan’s choice of body art turned the Internet — and sports talk radio — upside down last week. Well, now you can get your own. On a T-shirt.
The motto “For the fans, by the fans” just took on a whole new meaning for The 7 Line.
In the city that never sleeps, there’s already a T-shirt to celebrate the Islanders’ future home.
Cheering R.A. Dickey on Thursday will be arguably the most passionate niche fan base in all of sports: “The 7 Line Army.”
What started as a hobby is now a thriving business for one die-hard New York Mets fan.
Remember last season’s day in, day out Jose Reyes drama? Citi Field may look and feel the same this summer with another homegrown superstar’s future in question.
Never over-estimate the power of the graphic t-shirt. The guy whose shirts failed to prevent the Mets from trading Jose Reyes is coming out with a new one with a new demand.
Hall of Famer Gary Carter was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor last month. Now, Darren Meenan, owner of Mets-themed t-shirt company The 7 Line, is looking to raise money for Carter’s cause — the best way he knows how.
Darren Meenan has a successful Mets-themed t-shirt company with a close-knit following. He also had Mets-Braves tickets Sunday night… until he got the boot from Citi Field brass.
Darren Meenan has been printing Mets-themed t-shirts for fellow die-hard fans since the last home game of 2009. His best-seller says: Don’t Trade Reyes.