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7 Line Army Wants a Mets Win and a Beer!
Fans enlisted in the 7 Line Army wanted two things from an outing at Citi Field: a cold beer and a Mets win!
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A Met That Meant a Lot: Mike Piazza
A fan holds up Mike Piazza posters during the former catcher’s jersey retirement ceremony at Citi Field. His no. 31 was the fifth number retired by the Mets, including Jackie Robinson, whose number wa ...
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At the Topps of His Game: Mike Piazza
Mike Piazza was no stranger to appearing on baseball cards. Topps issued a special card during the 2016 season marking his no. 31 jersey retirement by the Mets.
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Bachelorette Party at Citi Field
A day at the ballpark is always guaranteed fun, especially for special events like bachelorette parties. A group took in a Mets game at Citi Field with special signs to celebrate a “last swing before ...
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Bartolo Colon Jersey From First Home Run
When Bartolo Colon launched a 2-run homer in a game against the San Diego Padres, he made MLB history by becoming the oldest player to hit his first career home run. Colon was less than three weeks fr ...
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Bartolo Colon’s 220th Win: Game-Used Ball
Bartolo Colon was lights-out in a 4-1 defeat of the Atlanta Braves at home, recording his 220th career win. The victory made him second on the list for most wins by a Dominican pitcher. This ball was ...
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Base From 2016 Wildcard-Clinching Mets Win
As part of an end-of-season four-game winning streak, the Mets clinched a 2016 Wildcard spot with a 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on the road. This base was on the field for the final thr ...
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Baseball From Wright’s Record Walk-Off Game
The captain does it again! David Wright connected in the 9th inning with an RBI single that won the game, a 5-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers at home. This ball was used during the game, in which ...
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Citi Field Celebrates No. 31: Mike Piazza
No. 31 was immortalized above the Citi Field upper deck during Mike Piazza’s jersey retirement ceremony. Piazza was the 15th and final Met to wear the number.
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Cooperstown Calls Up Mike Piazza
Mike Piazza spoke after news of his induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He received 83 percent of votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America on his fourth ballot appearance ...