The Mets wear the RIP KID shirts!

by 2 March 06, 2012 0 Comments

When I showed up to the game last night I had no idea I would be reading on twitter via Adam Rubin that the Mets were all wearing the RIP KID t-shirts under their uniforms. I had hit up Turner before I was on my way down to PSL about getting the team some shirts. After handing over about 50 of them I had no idea they would eventually be wearing them during a game. I was shocked to say the least and to be honest I couldn't be more honored to be a part of something like this. The Gary Carter Foundation does great things and it's awesome that the players took part in this tribute. Adam Rubin just posted the story to the ESPN NY website. Check that out HERE. Huge thank you to Justin Turner for handling the distribution and Adam Rubin for bringing the story to the public. Get your hands on a shirt HERE. LGM!


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