Showing posts with label Shea Stadium. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Shea Stadium. Show all posts

Monday, April 5, 2010

Commemorative Fanwalk Plaque (Error)

NY Mets Fanwalk Brick Sid Fernandez Error
The text credits Sid Fernandez with earning the win, unfortunately Sid did not earn the win, Roger McDowell did....oops...

Friday, April 2, 2010

Brick #117

Fun FANWALK Fact: "We work for the company that engraves the bricks"

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Brick #114

Fun FANWALK Fact: " I have been a METS fan since forever. I went to games as a kid and love going as an adult. I enjoy passing on the tradition. I am a lifelong fan and thought this would be a fun way to show my loyalty. My brick is in Section 10. Had the opportunity to see METS vs Phillies games in August 08 & 09 for my birthday. Of course, I will be back in 2010 !!!

Monday, February 22, 2010

Brick #113

Fun FANWALK Fact: "Easier than creating a website or a letter writing campaign, I've made my statement with my brick. It borders the leftside walkway leading to the main entrance of the rotunda so might get some views from fans standing on line to go in"

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Brick #112

Fun FANWALK Fact: "My family got this brick in honor of my Grandpa Harry. Though the rest of us are Yankee fans, Grandpa was a true Mets fan. My Dad and I went to see the brick this spring and were lucky enough to see the game where Gary Sheffield hit his 500th homerun. My Grandpa would have loved to have been there!!"

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Brick #111

Fun FANWALK Fact: "We live in Omaha, NE so only get to see the Mets play in NY about once a year, but we also try to make it down to Port St. Lucie for Spring Training whenever we can. My 2 year-old son Xander loves shouting “Go Metsies” whenever we catch a game so he wound up choosing what would be on our brick. I couldn’t have said it better. Let’s Go Mets!"

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Brick #110

"As a life-long fan of the Mets and a long time ParrotHead I thought the brick was a great opportunity to bring the two together. Waiting to see where it’s going to be placed.

I moved from Long Island in ’79 and live in Omaha, but had the opportunity to watch the Mets beat the Marlins 3-2 at Citifield on 31 May while back in the city for my 30th high school reunion.

Will be back again in the middle of May ’10 for another game or two … always enjoy catching the games on the Extra Inning Package or MLB TV on line."

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Brick #109

Fun FANWALK Fact: This is the first brick I've received with the new METS written on it :-)

Monday, November 16, 2009

Brick #107

Fun FANWALK Fact: "My brick is the first one in Section 6 as you walk onto the pavement bottom left hand corner"

Brick #106

Fun FANWALK Fact: "Paul Mussi was character if there ever was one! He passed away in 2008 and we took up a collection at work (Con Ed) and got him this brick. He would go around the office breaking into the "Jose Jose Jose" chant at any given moment so we decided to remember him by linking them together"

Friday, August 14, 2009

Mets FANWALK Brick #105

Mets FANWALK Brick #104

Fun FANWALK Fact: "I think it shows that loyalty to the Mets extends far beyond the confines of NYC, and even stretches across oceans and continents all the way to Israel."

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Mets FANWALK Brick #101

Fun FANWALK Fact: "This was a father's day present last year to my dad (Jack) from me and my brother Russell, my sons Jake and Zach and Russell's sons Spencer and Andrew. We're all listed on the brick in age order.

Jake, Zach and I took my dad to the game yesterday (we got the bad Ollie) and took the picture then. 92 degrees - hotter than than in section 502."