Die-hard Mets fans showed up at Citi Field around 9 a.m., four hours before Monday’s game against the Phillies.
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.
Before saying goodbye, Hernandez got something off his chest with regards to what he perceived to be a case of Boomer ‘big-timing’ him five years ago!
Craig’s favorite baseball player of all-time, Mookie Wilson, stopped by Monday morning, adding to Boomer’s radio partner’s already-excited state.
The season did not start out the way the New York Giants had hoped. Few aspects of the team performed well in the seasoning opening 35-14 loss to the Detroit Lions on Monday night.
Yankees fans will have at least 80 more chances — hopefully — to say goodbye to Derek Jeter. But the first had a special feel to it, thanks to some old friends.
The Canadiens spoiled the New York Rangers’ long-awaited home opener with a 2-0 victory Monday night.
Rather than receiving the ceremonial first pitch at the Bombers’ home opener, Posada was the one toeing the rubber.
Newly retired catcher Jorge Posada will soon take an unfamiliar position on the field at Yankee Stadium.
After struggling in the final two games of their season-opening trip, the Mets look forward to a return home. Citi Field’s home opener will be full of 1986 nostalgia and a few other surprises.
Mets baseball is back at Citi Field, and nobody is more excited than 1986 hero and SNY analyst Bobby Ojeda.
The Maple Leafs can start with a fourth straight win for the first time in 17 years Friday night at Madison Square Garden, where they’ll try to spoil the New York Rangers’ home opener.
The New York Jets avoided a television blackout by selling out their season opener against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.