The New York Mets play at Citi Field in Flushing, New York. The new stadium opened across the parking lot from the old stadium in 2009. The ballpark seats 49,922 fans in four levels. It is easily accessible via subway train 7 from Manhattan. I attended an evening game with my orienteering friend, Ed Hicks. The Mets were playing the Los Angeles Dodgers and won 6-5 in the bottom of the 9th. The Dodgers has tied the game in the top of the 9th. The box score was Dodgers R-5, H-8, E-0 and Mets R-6, H-8, E-1. The field lines are RF-330', RC-380', CF-408', LC-390', and LF-330'. The second two pictures show the main lobby area. The bullpens are in right center field next to each other. Fans can watch the pitchers warming up. You can't see home plate from the concourse. The LA pitcher making his first start was 19 years old. He lasted 2 2/3 innings allowing 3 runs. Mr. Met is the mascot. I only saw him once during the game. When a homerun is hit the big red apple comes up and the light turn on around the Mets logo. There was a vehicle race between innings featuring the NYC Fire Department, NYC Police Department, a taxi and a T&LC vehicle. There are several between inning contests for fans where they have to answer specific questions, match cards and they can win gift cards. They have a t-shirt gun. First batter shown is Mets starting pitcher. The Mets fans continue to boo Chase Utley for the breaking of Ruben Tejada's leg, even though Tejada plays for St. Louis in 2016. Utley, second batter shown, hit a triple in the top of the ninth to tie the game. Vendors sell hotdogs to fans directly from containers that they carry. Coca-Cola is a sponsor and the sign had different patterns on it. Coca-Cola is a sponsor and the sign changes designs. The ballpark is almost directly east of LaGuardia Airport. You can get to Shea Stadium from Times Square on the #7 Subway. It takes about 30 minutes on the express train and 45 minutes if you take the local.
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