Tom Siragusa and his grandson Sal are lifelong #Mets fans. Tom was recently diagnosed with a rare blood disease and placed into Hospice care. The two had been to @CitiField many times before but wanted to make one more trip together... pic.twitter.com/MMU8raLevW— New York Mets (@Mets) February 7, 2019
This was a nice gesture the Mets did for Tom Siragusa and his grandson.
The Mets seem that they are trying to embrace their fans again. Even Jeff Wilpon is going out of he shadows and trying to be more out in front in the view of the fans. Before Brodie was hired how often did you see him. Maybe Jeff can get the fans to get behind ownership by doing the right "thing" in regards to fans. Anyway, this is one of the "right things to do" and I am glad that it seems that there is a change in the culture at the Citi Field. I am also glad that this lifelong fan and his grandson got to spend the day in Flushing and forget about what was going on in his life for the day.