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October at Citi Field

The LIRR train from Penn Station was standing-room only, though Mom and I shared a three-seater with a commuter. The walk from the station to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda was crowded, and the plaza was packed. We got inside and made our way along the jammed concourse to get some sandwiches for dinner and then

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For once, not the last game

For several years now, in addition to Opening Day, I’ve gone to the final Mets home game of the season. A few times alone, often with Mom, Casey or others along (like this time). After each game, the players have come out and saluted the fans along the first- and third-base sides. In 2013, when

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Opening Day optimism

The Mets opened the home portion of their schedule yesterday with a satisfying win over a rebuilding rival on a gorgeous spring day. The reigning NL Rookie of the Year didn’t allow a run despite not having his best stuff, and a pair of emerging young cornerstones drove in the two runs. You couldn’t ask

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Mrs. Met is back!

Today’s Culinary All-Stars event at Citi Field was meant as an unveiling of the food offerings for next month’s MLB All-Star Game at the ballpark, but it was the unannounced appearance of walking, gesturing Mrs. Met that drew as much attention as the myriad food samples on display at the Caesar’s Club. I tagged along

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A different Opening Day

Ready to go This one had a different feel to it. At previous Mets openers (I know it wasn’t Opening Day, Opening Day, but it’s still the return of Mets baseball to its home ballpark, so I like to refer to it as Opening Day) in recent years, there’s been that sense of optimism and

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