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Friday, April 19, 2024

Mets Pullover “jersey” hoodie


The '47 White New York Mets Pinstripe Double Header Pullover Hoodie is the perfect way to show your support for the New York Mets. Made from a comfortable cotton and polyester blend, this midweight hoodie features twill appliqué graphics that proudly display your Mets pride. The front pouch pocket provides convenient storage for your essentials, while the rounded bottom hem ensures a comfortable fit. Whether you're cheering from the stands or simply showing your support, this hoodie is the perfect way to represent the New York Mets in style.

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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Mets Nike “Statement” Cap


Make a definitive statement about your New York Mets fandom by topping things off with this bold Club adjustable hat from Nike. It features a signature New York Mets graphic embroidered across the front panels and a neutral color allover that pairs well with just about any team tee. The adjustable slide closure ensures your ideal fit is no more than a cinch away.

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What actual statement is this making?

Monday, April 15, 2024

Mets Text about City Connect Jerseys


Just got this text from the Mets. Do we think anyone is running out at 11am on Friday to buy the City Connect Jerseys that we haven’t officially seen yet? And weren’t the jerseys supposed to have originally been on field 4/26?

Sunday, April 14, 2024

I sold this Butch Huskey Jersey at QBC


You never know what you might find for sale at the Queens Baseball Convention. Museum Quality pieces of history even if the Mets Museum in my opinion isn't museum quality anymore. Congrats to my buddy Jessie on getting this piece and also want to thank him for being one of the guys who try to keep Mets history alive bylending to the museum.

Steve Cohen Responds To Bathrooms Being Closed AT Citi Field


The other day I got a tweet about the Promenade section having 1/2 the bathrooms closed down on Friday night's game. The tweeter also tagged Steve Cohen and Steve responded with, "How many do you use in an evening?" I get wanting to reply like this to folks and I have done it myself in the past but even if Steve  Cohen is thinking what he tweeted, he could have ignored it or said something like, "We'll look into it", even if he didn't. This is one of the reasons I have been saying this stadium is going to end up being outdated in the near future. Might have to start looking at the infrastructure thats in place at the stadium for physical things as well as operationally. Just saying.

What do you guys think?