Chris the Teacher

A teacher and coach by day, Chris spends his summers going to see the Mets in different parks around the country having already visited 24 Major League Ballparks. Highlights include seeing Tom Glavine’s 300th win at Wrigley Field as well as the Mets Clinch the NL East in Cincinnati in 2015. A loyal Mets season ticket holder since graduating from Stony Brook University in 2005, he enjoys raising his two boys Michael and Carter (after Gary) as Met fans and appreciates the freedom his wife gives him to pursue his travels.

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Verizon Has Some Great Holiday Gift Ideas

An article by posted on November 26, 2016
Verizon Has Some Great Holiday Gift Ideas

Not sure what to get the tech and sports fan on your list? Well with the holiday season right around the corner, Verizon Wireless has you covered for gifts for everyone from the sports fan to the music lover. Otterbox Defender Series: Active lifestyle? Keep your device protected from wear and tear with the Otterbox […]

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Mets Announce 2017 Promotional Dates & Pricing Tiers

An article by posted on November 7, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Announce 2017 Promotional Dates & Pricing Tiers

The New York Mets today announced that single game tickets will go on sale Friday, November 18 at 10:00 am. The Mets Promotional Dates and Giveaway dates have also been announced for the 2017 Season.  The upcoming season will feature the return of the popular weekend promotions of Free Shirt Fridays, Super Saturdays and Family Sundays […]

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Would Mets Be Better Off Without David Wright Next Season?

An article by posted on October 23, 2016 0 Comments
Would Mets Be Better Off Without David Wright Next Season?

As the offseason plans take shape, there is one tremendous question mark upon which the future success of the franchise hinges.  Will David Wright return in 2017 and live out the length of his contract through 2020? The question is not if he will regain his past All-Star caliber level of performance, that would be […]

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Decisions, Decisions: Home Field and the Manic Magic Number

An article by posted on September 26, 2016 0 Comments
Decisions, Decisions: Home Field and the Manic Magic Number

Terry Collins and his staff may have some interesting decisions to make this weekend regarding his pitching staff and how it sets up for a potential Wild Card Game next Wednesday night.   A lot has to do with the two team wildcard format, tie breaking procedures and how a magic number is calculated. An […]

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Asdrubal Cabrera Continues To Smash At The Plate

An article by posted on September 22, 2016 0 Comments
Asdrubal Cabrera Continues To Smash At The Plate

Asdrubal Cabrera continues to amaze, smacking a two-run homer into the Coca Cola Corner to put the Mets on the board in the first inning last night. It was the 21st blast of the season for Cabrera and his 20th as a shortstop in 2016, surpassing Jose Reyes‘ 19 homers in 2006 for the most […]

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Death, Taxes, and Reed in the Eighth Inning

An article by posted on September 22, 2016 0 Comments
Death, Taxes, and Reed in the Eighth Inning

Some things are guaranteed in life, and some should be.  Some are unwritten rules that are ingrained in you from a young age that almost become instinctual.  Hold open a door for the person behind you, give up your seat for an elderly person on public transit, tip your delivery guy, call your mother on […]

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Mets 2017 Season Ticket Renewals and 2016 Postseason Deposits

An article by posted on August 15, 2016 0 Comments
Mets 2017 Season Ticket Renewals and 2016 Postseason Deposits

On Monday, the Mets sent all full season ticket holders their prospective renewal packages and postseason ticket deposit information. The move was originally poised for an August 1st drop, but the Mets wanted to wait until there was the possibility of better news to broadcast with the invoices. The package includes ticket pricing for next […]

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A New Hope: Remaining Schedule A Strength

An article by posted on August 15, 2016 0 Comments
A New Hope: Remaining Schedule A Strength

The New York Mets enter play on Monday night in Arizona against the Diamondbacks with 45 games remaining on the season.  They find themselves just 2.5 games out of the second wild card spot chasing the likes of the Marlins, Pirates, and Cardinals.  After completing what seemed like the impossible Sunday in winning back to […]

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Lucas Duda Bet On Himself… And Lost

An article by posted on August 5, 2016 0 Comments
Lucas Duda Bet On Himself… And Lost

In 2014 Lucas Duda broke out as a premier power hitting left-handed bat.  The move coincided with the Mets trading the man many wanted instead, Ike Davis.  After said trade, which was mostly made in part to Lucas’ impressive exit velocity numbers which trumped those of former 32 homerun and 90 RBI producing Ike Davis, […]

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Why Golfing On A Strained Quad is Detrimental to the Injury

An article by posted on August 4, 2016 0 Comments
Why Golfing On A Strained Quad is Detrimental to the Injury

I would never think that this would be the topic at hand on August 4th in Mets-Ville, but I guess with the 2016 Mets if there is one thing we have learned is that you can not assume anything about this baseball team or about the way any injury is handled.  Yoenis Cespedes quad injury […]

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