Kudos to you, kid!

by Darren Meenan May 19, 2016 0 Comments

Fans ask us "how can I become a part of The 7 Line Army?" on a pretty consistent basis. It's really very simple.  


Our "Army" is more of a state of mind than where you sit to watch the game. You can be in another section of the ballpark, or thousands of miles away on the other side of the globe. While we welcome all Mets die hards, you don't need to buy a ticket in our section to be down with the crew. 


On Tuesday May 17th at Citi Field our friend Chris aka @ludichrisspeed (also a member of T7LA) was seated down the right field line. During one of Noah's 10 strikeouts he caught this little "soldier" cheering along with us. HEEEEEEEEEEEE STRUCK! HIM! OUT! is the chant created by Mike "King" Casiano. He's been doing this since Shea after each and every strikeout. It's fun and we now do it at Citi Field and during all of our away games.


Kudos to you, kid. You have the spirit we all embrace on a daily basis. In good times and bad, keep your head up and continue to be as loyal as you can to our favorite ball club. Lose your voice for the team as often possible! LET'S GO METS!




Darren Meenan
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