Mets Will Wear Camo Jerseys For Military Monday

An article by posted on April 21, 2014

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The Mets will be wearing their new camouflage jerseys on Monday night for the first of five “Military Monday” games this season.

U.S. Military personnel with active or retired military identification will receive complimentary tickets to tonight’s game for themselves and up to three guests. For the remaining games outside of Military Mondays, the Mets will continue to provide active military personnel with complimentary admission.

Active and retired military with proper identification will also receive a 10% discount off retail items at Citi Field on Military Mondays.

Military Mondays will also extend beyond the ballpark and into the community. Mets front-office staff, alumni and players will visit a VA Hospital throughout the season to meet the recovering veterans and the dedicated doctors and nurses who care for them.

Military Mondays deepens and expands the franchise’s commitment to supporting active and retired members of the military. Other “Military Monday” games will be on July 7, July 28, Sept. 8 and Sept. 15.

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