And click that link for an interesting solution – one being used by another local sports franchise!
Perhaps the Mets will be offering plan holders some upgrades this weekend.
METS TO CELEBRATE SHEA STADIUM’S
50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH $3.50 TICKETS
Limited Supply of Rollback Tickets Available for Games
This Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 18-20) Against Atlanta
Baseline Box Ticket Special Pricing of $19.64;
Purchase Tickets at Mets.com/1964 and (718) 507-TIXX
FLUSHING, N.Y., April 13, 2014 – The New York Mets today announced the club will celebrate Shea Stadium’s 50thAnniversary by rolling back tickets for games this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 18-20) against the Atlanta Braves to the 1964 box seat price of $3.50. Shea Stadium officially opened on April 17, 1964 when the Mets hosted the Pittsburgh Pirates.
A limited number of rollback tickets in select non-season ticket areas of Promenade Outfield and Promenade Reserved sections are available at Mets.com/1964 and (718) 507-TIXX. Fans will also have the option to purchase select Baseline Box seats for $19.64. There is an eight ticket maximum per order. Tickets must be purchased in advance online or over the phone; the offer will not be available at team stores, Citi Field ticket windows, or on day of game
Fans taking advantage of the Shea Stadium 50th anniversary offer will also partake in special promotions for the weekend:
courtesy of Caesars
50th Anniversary Canvas Print presented by New Era
Tote Bag thanks to MLB Network
Shea Stadium was named after William A. Shea, the attorney who was the driving force in bringing a National League team back to New York City. The Mets called Shea home from 1964-2008, and captured the franchise’s two world championships in 1969 and 1986 at the stadium.
Great read on the difference between the Howie Rose types and the generic guys popping up on more and more broadcasts.
What are you saving anyone for?
Survive and figure it out.
Maybe Lannan throws a zero and the Mets score in the top of the inning. Maybe they score eight runs.
Why do you have to use your closer at all? Is Lannan incapable of throwing another inning? Are we trying to get Valverde the saves record?
Same logic for not using the backup catcher. How often does a team run out of catchers? I say if you get to the 23rd inning and you need a catcher and don’t want to make Murph do it then just forfeit at that point.
This is great. Welcome to 2009 fellas. Enjoy not seeing the game. Imagine if you PAID for the seats how annoyed you’d be.
Next the mainstream media will be comparing Granderson to Jason Bay after 10 games. And they say bloggers are silly.
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