From Citi Field to Orange Is The New Black

From Citi Field to Orange Is The New Black

by Darren Meenan July 09, 2018 0 Comments

Like KB to FOX and Alexa Datt to MLB Network, true talents don't last forever in Queens. Season 6 of Orange Is The New Black is about to drop on Netflix and the Mets own Branden Wellington has a role on the show.

If Branden doesn't look familiar to you, he's been one of the in stadium hosts for the past few seasons at Citi Field. He can also be seen in commercials on SNY promoting future game giveaways and ticket promos. 

"One of my teachers told my mom I’d end up in prison. She was right." Brandon posted on IG. 

Branden is a good dude, and OITNB is a solid show with a huge viewership. Not sure how big his role will be, but hopefully this is just another step that pushes his career to the next level.

Congrats buddy. 


SIDE NOTE: Steve Gelbs looks like one of the other prison guards. We still totally gotta make this happen...


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