Darren from The 7 Line and I hung out with tweeters @kranepool and @lagranderusty on their Shouts From Shea podcast this evening. We talked about our individual relationships with some of the Mets’ staff, the Queens Baseball Convention (McFadden’s January 18th!) and some of The 7 Line’s outings for 2014. Good stuff, listen below….we’re on for the first half hour or so.
We are so thrilled an excited to announce that Ron Darling and Ed Kranepool will be attending the Queens Baseball Convention!
Both Ron and Ed will be there for two hours each. Part of their time will be used for a Q&A session, and the rest for an autograph session. Autographs are included as part of your price of admission.
This event is really starting to take off! Thank you all for your support, and we’ll see you at McFadden’s Citi Field on January 18th!
EVENT TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND CANCELATION
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW. THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!
A giveaway from like three years ago.
Darren from The 7 Line weighed in on the Queens Baseball Convention. I did a lengthy excerpt from his post…
The guys over at Mets Police asked if I’d like to be on board with their vision, and I told them I’d do my best to help out in any way that I can. They’ve really ran with the idea while I’ve been neglecting my duties.
Mets fans don’t have many events to look forward to during the winter and we wanted to change that. This is a gathering organized by the fans for the fans. Now comes the promotional home stretch.This event IS GOING TO BE FUN. There is no doubt about that. We now just really need to get the word out to the masses, YOU.There is a little something for everyone at QBC.
Presentations, panels/signing sessions with Ed Kranepool & Ron Darling, exhibits, dunk tank filled with infamous folks from Twitter, trivia, a jersey parade, scavenger hunt & face painting for the kids……
The one event that is officially sponsored by The 7 Line is the “dating game”. Some of our single calendar girls are bravely putting themselves out there for their love of the Mets… and to possibly meet a potential match. This should be a fun one.
I don’t know who is hosting the game, but I’ll volunteer my services and rent a 1970′s style tux if needed.The committee has some really big things in the works that should hopefully pan out soon. More is added to the schedule almost daily, but for a full list of the current rundown visit QBC14.com
So, go grab a ticket. They’re just $35 and everything for the day is included. Yes, even the ex Met signing sessions. This event WILL sell out and I’m sure you’ll not want want to miss this one!
via QBC 14 | The 7 Line.
And if you’d like tickets to the Queens Baseball Convention (January 18th at McFadden’s Citi Field) you can get them right now right here…
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