Baltimore Invasion recap


What a game! Another successful outing in the books. 708 of us invaded Camden Yards with 100 traveling together by bus from Citi Field. Curtis started the game off with a lead off homer and that really set the tone for our night. If you closed your eyes you'd definitely think you were at a home game and the players felt so too. The 9th got shaky, but we walked out of there with a much needed W. 

Afterwards the likes of Curtis Granderson, Jacob deGrom and Terry Collins all felt that the fans who traveled brought the energy level up a notch. The legendary Mike Piazza also chimed in on twitter. We don't go to games to get noticed or ever take the story off what is going on in the game, but it's great that they're recognizing and appreciating our loyal support. 

In just a few days we're doing it all over again. Saturday night just under 700 of us will be storming Denver's Coors Field for another outing. Hope we end that one with the same outcome for our boys. Our goal is to do our part to give the guys a home field advantage on the road. LGM! 


Jim Breuer Podcast: "Live in Baltimore"

ESPN New York: Mike Lupica interviews Darren Meenan about the Baltimore Invasion

Mets Blog:  The 7 Line Army's impact on the Mets

Just Mets: Thanks to The 7 Line Army, Camden Yards felt like home for the Mets

CBS New York:  Comedian Jim Breuer Celebrates With The 7 Line Army In Baltimore

NY Daily News: Mets fans invade Camden Yards. The 7 Line, Jim Breuer make trip

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