Showing posts with label 2012 Mets Tickets. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 2012 Mets Tickets. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Mets News and Notes: Wright, Hernandez, Familia, Harvey, Byrdak, Kids Go Free, Pelfrey


Mets News and Notes:

David Wright tells Jon Heyman at CBSSports.com that he is "extremely optimistic" about reaching a long-term extension with the Mets this offseason.

"I've really enjoyed it here," Wright said. "... Although we haven't gotten things completely turned around, we've taken small steps in the right direction and have something to build on. ... There's not a single complaint that I have. [The Mets] drafted me as a kid. They developed me. They've given me an opportunity to make a living playing a game. There's a tremendous amount of mutual respect. They've gone above and beyond. ... My favorite player was Cal Ripken. The biggest reason for that was, I like that he stayed."

Keith Hernandez tells Richard Sandomir in the Times that his intention is to report for color-commentary duty for the Oct. 3 season finale in Miami without his signature mustache.

Familia's major league debut began by striking out Lance Berkman with a 97 mph fastball. He then surrendered a single to Jon Jay, but immediately erased him by coaxing a double-play grounder from Matt Carpenter. Fred Lewis, 31, also made his Mets debut. He opened the ninth by grounding out to shortstop against Trevor Rosenthal.

Collins said postgame it was not yet resolved whether Harvey would have one or two remaining starts. The five innings logged Tuesday give him 47 1/3 in the majors and 110 with Triple-A Buffalo this season.

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Mets drop ticket prices for third straight year


The Mets are cutting some ticket prices for the third straight year at Citi Field after another losing season. The team also said Tuesday it will introduce what is known as “dynamic” pricing for individual tickets – meaning the value of seats may fluctuate based on demand.

The Mets, beset by financial and attendance problems, said the cost of season tickets will be slashed by up to 39 percent. Prices were lowered by 10-20 percent after Citi Field’s first season, then by an average of 14 percent following 2010.

New York drew 2.35 million in its third season at Citi Field, down from 2.57 million last year and 3.15 million in 2009. It was the Mets’ lowest total since 2004, when they played at Shea Stadium.

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