Tag Archives: Citifield

Mets Continue to Slide

The Mets were to be the team this year, but it is not going as planned. What the Mets need to do is start fresh with a new GM and manager. Bobby Valentine, I heard, is available.

Until then, see ya at the park!

Back on Track

It seems after the wild and strange press conference Monday, the Mets are back to playing baseball and winning.

Finally!

Many sports media outlets think the Mets have finally turned the page after a hectic week of finger-pointing and verbal shots. Let’s hope this is all true? It’s time for baseball and not a soap opera. I must admit I thought I was watching “As The World Turns.”

With that, Omar Minaya better get to the waiver wire and start making some trades and turn this team around.

Until then, see ya at Citifield!

Strange Email

I received this email the other day from my SportsRadio NY email account. I don’t know if this is a hoax? Or this is real? I almost dropped my Blackberry when I received it, just because the Mets are in a downward slide and to read this makes me wonder.
To Whom It May Concern:
I worked for Hunt Construction. I was a foreman at Citi Field. There are 3 Phillies Jerseys buried in the ball park. As a lifelong Phillies fan, I felt it was my duty to jinx the Mets. I’m not telling you my real name for obvious reasons. The jerseys are: 

1. Under the Fanwalk bricks.
2. Jackie Robinson Rotunda in the vicinity of the Ticket Office window.
3. Near the vicinity of the ’47 Shop near right field.

 
I understand how some may not believe that jerseys are buried beneath Citi Field. Thats ok, I’m not trying to convince people. Take a look at when I posted this on this forum below (LAST SUMMER) This is proof that I’ve been sitting on this for a while.

Unlike the dope that revealed his identity for the Ortiz Jersey thing, nobody will even know who I am. Is this an original prank? No, but who cares? Did you invent every joke you ever told?? When your at Citi Field, say hi to the Burrell, Howard, and Utley jerseys beneath your feet. 

Until then, see ya at Citifield!

Countdown

Spring is around the corner, so they say.

Yesterday, New York looked more like winter with the snow falling and that’s not a good sign for baseball. The weather looks much better today and soon the season will begin. Here’s a countdown:

  • 24 Days until the home opener at Citifield.
  • 27 Days until the home opener at Yankee Stadium.

Pledge your allegiance!

Until then see ya at the park!

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