Showing posts with label 50th Anniversary. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 50th Anniversary. Show all posts

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Mets News: Mets to Celebrate Shea Stadium's 50th Anniversary with $3.50 Box Seats



Mets News:



The New York Mets today announced the club will celebrate Shea Stadium's 50th Anniversary by rolling back tickets for games this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 18-20) against the Atlanta Braves to the 1964 box seat price of $3.50. Shea Stadium officially opened on April 17, 1964 when the Mets hosted the Pittsburgh Pirates.

A limited number of rollback tickets in select non-season ticket areas of Promenade Outfield and Promenade Reserved sections are available at Mets.com/1964 and (718) 507-TIXX.

Fans will also have the option to purchase select Baseline Box seats for $19.64. There is an eight ticket maximum per order. Tickets must be purchased in advance online or over the phone; the offer will not be available at team stores, Citi Field ticket windows, or on day of game

Fans taking advantage of the Shea Stadium 50th anniversary offer will also partake in special promotions for the weekend:

All fans at the Friday, April 18 game at 7:10 p.m. will receive a Free Shirt Friday t-shirt courtesy of Caesars

The first 20,000 fans at the Saturday, April 19 game at 7:10 p.m. will receive a Shea Stadium 50th Anniversary Canvas Print presented by New Era

The first 15,000 fans at the Sunday, April 20 game at 1:10 p.m. will bring home a Recyclable Tote Bag thanks to MLB Network

Shea Stadium was named after William A. Shea, the attorney who was the driving force in bringing a National League team back to New York City. The Mets called Shea home from 1964-2008, and captured the franchise's two world championships in 1969 and 1986 at the stadium.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Mets Reveal 50th Anniversary Logo


The Mets plan to celebrate their 50th anniversary throughout the upcoming summer in Flushing.

They revealed the first portion of those plans on Wednesday, when David Wright, first baseman Ike Davis and outfielder Lucas Duda helped unveil a commemorative logo at Citi Field as part of the team's anniversary agenda.

Similar to the franchise's traditional cityscape emblem, the new logo sports a gold 50th anniversary banner superimposed on top of the New York City skyline and will be featured on the Mets' pinstriped primary home jerseys next season.

Also unveiled was an anniversary promotion in which fans are encouraged to submit photographs displaying their Mets pride and, in 100 words or fewer, write about their favorite Mets memory. Fans can submit their photos and memories on Mets50.com, with one grand-prize winner receiving a pair of 2012 season tickets at Citi Field. Five runners-up will also receive prizes.

The Mets played the first game in franchise history on April 11, 1962, following a four-year absence of NL baseball in New York City. In designing Citi Field, the Mets drew upon various elements of former Dodgers home Ebbets Field, including the stadium's entrance rotunda.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Mets to officially unveil New Mets Primary Home Uniforms Tomorrow at Citi Field


According to ESPN NY's Adam Rubin, The Mets will have a press conference on Wednesday at Citi Field to discuss 50th anniversary plans for the team. One major item is the reintroduction of the early 1960s pinstriped jerseys, which include "Mets" in script in blue and orange and no black shadow.

The pinstriped jersey is expected to be the primary jersey used at home in 2012. The other jerseys will look comparable to recent seasons, but the black shadow by the lettering on the chest will disappear.

The Mets also will have a patch on the sleeve recognizing the 50th anniversary of the club.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Mets plan to unveil uniform changes and other 50th anniversary plans Wednesday


The Mets have called a news conference for next Wednesday to unveil uniform changes and other 50th-anniversary plans.

Rumblings are the primary home uniform will be close to the 1960s version -- with pinstripes, a Mets script logo in blue and orange (and no black shadow) and blue hats.

The black uniform tops should remain as an alternate jersey, but be worn only occasionally. The bright white jersey without pinstripes also should be around (also minus the black shadow on the lettering), but the pinstriped version should primarily be worn.

The Mets also are expected to have a patch on the uniform commemorating the 50th anniversary -- basically the commonly used city skyline and "50th anniversary."

Word is the bobbleheads in 2012 also may be past Mets greats.

It is rumored that Banner Day even may make a comeback, this is just pure speculation and not guaranteed.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Mets announce the expansion of the Citi Field Fanwalk for 2012


The New York Mets Wednesday announced the expansion of the Citi Field Fanwalk to include a new offering of bricks in honor of the franchise’s 50th anniversary to be installed for the 2012 season along the first and third base sides of the ballpark outside the Hodges VIP and Seaver VIP entrances. Citi Field Fanwalk: Mets 50th Anniversary commemorative bricks will provide fans the opportunity to recognize their families, friends, and favorite Mets memories since the franchise first began play in 1962.

Bricks are on sale now at Mets.com/Fanwalk or by phone at 877-NYM-WALK (696-9255).

The first two editions of Citi Field Fanwalk bricks sold out with fans purchasing more than 24,000 bricks. The first offering of bricks directly outside the Jackie Robinson Rotunda was installed prior to the inaugural season at the new Mets home in 2009. The Fanwalk was extended down the first base and third base lines the following year with Citi Field Fanwalk: Amazin’ Moments bricks commemorating great moments in Mets history.

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