Mets Citi Field

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Mets Citi Field

The Stadium

Memorable Moments

Stadium Food

Special Features

Special Events

Hall of Famers

Citi Field is located in Flushing, Corona Park Queens. It takes the place of the original home of the Mets, Shea Stadium, which was located next door. It was built in 2009.

For the first time in Mets history, a pitcher pitched a no hitter for the Mets! Johan Santana pitched the no-hitter against the St. Louis Cardinals on June 2, 2012.

There are plenty of interesting features at Citi Field. There's the Pepsi Porch and the Shea Bridge There is also the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, in honor of the baseball great, and the Mets Hall of Fame and Museum. Take a stroll through the open-air stadium and take a look!

A fun thing to do with the kids is the Mr. Met Dash. After certain games, children up to 12 years old can go down to the field and run the bases! They also have promotional games with free shirts, bobble heads.

The main Mets Hall of Famer is Tom Seaver. However, there is a Mets Hall of Fame with greats like Dwight Gooden, Darryl Strawberry, and Gary Carter.

There are plenty of choices to eat at Citi Field! Nathan's Famous, a New York institution, has concession stands all over the place. And New York's newest, cheapest way to eat is the Shake Shack! But make sure to get on line early, their affordable prices bring hundreds of people!


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