Well, it finally happened, Ike Davis is now a former Met. Traded to the Pirates for a minor league pitcher and a player to be named later.
As the WWE says when they release a wrestler “We wish Ike Davis luck on all future endeavors”.
Happy trials to you. Btw this trade happened because @metspolice is traveling.
This came to me earlier in my mailbox.
Fans can now upgrade their tickets in game. Plan holders get first shot at the upgrade 50mins before game time. Of course you have to pay to upgrade the seats, but I don’t know what the price difference is going to be. Maybe I’ll test it out on Sunday.
Okay- so Ron sent me this on twitter
I contacted my ticket rep and asked him if that was true.
This is what he said-
/When someone purchases an upgrade through the app, they will have a new “ticket” on the phone that features a “Validate” button. The usher’s will use that but to validate the ticket and allow them into the new section. It is not a PDF per se, but it will be all they need. From everything I’ve been told, it is a very user friendly app.
Hopefully this clears things up
So as I was woken up to Shannon tweeting at me and @Mets_Bro to find out about these low crown caps, because the link he found wasn’t working. MetsBro came through with the research.
by New Era
Low crown on-field cap with pre-curved visor is made with enhanced performance fabric, sweatband, and undervisor.
Performance is enhanced through NE TECH™ featuring COOLERA™ and SOLARERA™.
COOLERA™ moisture management system wicks away sweat while SOLARERA™ offers UPF50+ protection from intense sunlight.
Undervisor is black to reduce glare.
A tip of the 59Fifty cap to Uniwatch for finding out about these caps first.
You can meet Jon Niese at Modell’s in Huntington on Saturday.
Yeah Shannon, so not hard running the blog when you are away.