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More About New York Mets
World Series Titles: Two (1969, 1986)
Notable Players: Tom Seaver, Keith Hernandez, Dwight Gooden, Darryl Strawberry, Mike Piazza, Al Leiter, John Franco, David Wright, Matt Harvey
While the New York Mets have shared New York City with their hometown rival Yankees since their inception in 1962, they still own the city depending on who you ask. Mets fans are as devoted as any in all of baseball, and they have stuck with their team through the good times and the bad, and that’s what makes them some of the best around.
While the Mets haven’t made the postseason since 2006, the Amazin’s still give their fans a team that plays hard 162 games a season, and there is plenty to be excited about with this team. David Wright is still the team’s best player, and the future is bright with talent like Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler and Noah Syndergaard as the future of their rotation. With position players like Daniel Murphy and Juan Lagares on hand as well, the Mets aren’t too far off from returning to the postseason.
If you haven’t been to CitiField to take in a Mets game, you are really missing out. There really isn’t a bad seat in the house, and the stadium has so much to offer. You can grab an amazing burger at Shake Shack and then take in some great baseball.
So while the Mets aren’t quite the team they were in their glory days, the Mets are on the come-up. With a great deal of talent about to hit the big leagues, it’s exciting to think where the team could be in the future. And the Mets faithful will be behind them the entire way. So grab some Mets tickets and head to CitiField to catch a game.
New York Mets 2014 Schedule
During every Mets season, fans can expect hard-fought clashes between the Mets and all of their divisional rivals in the NL East at CitiField. Great players like Giancarlo Stanton, Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg, Cole Hamels and Justin Upton visit New York. The most hotly contested games always come against the Atlanta Braves, and with 10 home games against Atlanta, there are plenty of opportunities to see this great matchup. And with Interleague play still in full swing, some of the hottest games on the schedule are between the Mets and New York Yankees in the Subway Series. With year-long bragging rights on the line, these games are always highly anticipated and in great demand.