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Tuesday, July 25, 2017
The7LineArmy: Seattle Pre Game Meetup
Here we go! Our third away game of 2017. Overall, this will be our 15th different ballpark we're hitting, and our 74th MLB outing. We're now 42-31 all time and 8-3 this season. Can’t wait to cheer with you all!
Pregame party at Pyramid Brewing Co: On Saturday before the game, we’ll be pre-gaming at Pyramid’s beer garden. They’re located just outside the ballpark’s left field entrance, and opening the doors special for us at 10am. There is a “hot dog shack" at the beer garden that sells dogs, garlic fries, and chicken fingers, among a host of other finger foods that you can enjoy there, or to-go food items from the game day menu, which can be ordered in the retail store of Pyramid's restaurant. DRINK SPECIAL: $5 PINTS FROM 10AM-11AM.
Since the game is at 1:00 PM, we’ll work on a post-game meet up spot as well. Keep your eyes peeled to our social media for that info as we get closer to the weekend. We’ll wrap up from Pyramid around 12:15 to be in our seats by the National Anthem.
A huge part of our crew is unity and if you're sitting with us we urge you to wear the special event t-shirt. If not, just rock any orange Mets tee. A unified crew not only looks great, but feels great, too. If you own one of our jerseys, many of us will be wearing those over the event t-shirt. Your call if you’d like to wear it. The orange will contrast nicely against the home team's navy-and-white.
Why “Queens Court”? The King's Court is a fan section located in left field of the ballpark whenever "King" Felix Hernandez is pitching. This is a play on that, since our squad is of course from Queens. Hopefully it ends up that he’s on the mound that day. Would be pretty epic.
Please keep in mind we are visitors in the Mariners’ ballpark. Cheer for our guys, but be respectful. Always keep in mind that when you wear our shirt or jersey, you’re representing not only T7LA, but the Mets. Let's do them proud, and make the outing a success and a blast for everyone involved. Make signs and bring our flag if you’d like, but NO FLAGPOLES. They’ll be confiscated. Anything else you need to know, don’t hesitate to reach out. When packing for the trip, it’s smart to make a checklist.
The most important to remember: YOUR WALLET, TICKETS, SUNBLOCK, AND T-SHIRT. See you in Seattle!