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Monday, May 11, 2020

News 12: Die-hard Mets fans have season and wedding postponed due to COVID-19

One of my moments in a video I have ever filmed.

My good friends made the Bronx Channel 12 News. Andrew and Amanda are two awesome folks who I have become close with over the years because of The 7line Army. I was there when they got engaged (some of the video I shot and put together made it into the story) and they are two people that are perfect for each other. It sucks that they have to wait another year until they can get hitched but I know the wedding is just going to be that much more meaningful for everyone.

For so many couples right now, planning their future can feel like striking out over and over again, but for a pair of Mets fans from Brooklyn, they've turned it into a home run.
For Amanda Romano and Andrew Indart, love struck at Citi Field in 2014.
Both are members of the die-hard Mets fan group the ”7 Line Army.”In 2018, while vacationing in Arizona, for an away game, Indart swung for the fences and popped the question. Their wedding was set for May 30, 2020.

"It was actually the day of our first kiss, so we were like, ‘oh that's perfect,’” says Romano.
However, the pandemic threw them a curve ball.

"He had no faith it was going to happen, he said our wedding is not going to happen it is going to be postponed,” says Romano.

Much like the baseball season their nuptials would be delayed. The couple says they hope to get married May 1 of next year.
Despite the stress of having to push their life plans another year, the two have stayed hopeful and positive, thanks to the 7 Line Army.
“Every weekend we do Zoom chats and games and finding ways to keep in contact,” says Indart.

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