My buddy Jessie tweeted this over to me yesterday.
So understand that I love the Astros.— AstrosAtoZ (@AstrosAtoZ) January 6, 2020
But once again the FanFest rules make me think they don’t particularly like us. The only items allowed to be signed are FanFest baseballs provided at the event?
Do we also need to avoid making eye contact with the players?
It's good to see that Mets fans aren't the only fans that are left in the dark when it comes to a fanfest.
I Tweeted back that I wondered if the Astros were one of the teams the Mets consulted with about their fest.
And before I get the tweets about, "you're mad because you had to cancel the QBC and the Mets Fan Fest sold out!", I am someone that writes a fan advocacy blog and I am just presenting what I see happening to the fans.
Let's read more about the Astro Fest.
Add-on activities require participants to complete a waiver. If you purchased an activity add-on, you must complete the waiver below.
FanFest has fun activities for all ages! Please see below the special opportunities that are available for purchase within the Claim Vouchers purchase flow on the main page/FanFest Index.
Wow. That seems like a huge money grab. Free to get in but a lot of add ons.
If I was in Houston, I don't think I would be excited to go.