Marc has a great eye and always seems to find unique angles for a different perspective of the game, park and atmosphere.
When Citi opened, a lot of fans felt that the park didn't feel very "Metsy". If you remember, the old HR Apple was hidden inside the Bullpen entrance, the outfield walls were black and not many reminders of the teams history were visible. Thankfully, they've since corrected that.
What they did have right from the start was the top of the old scoreboard from Shea. It sits atop Shake Shack and Blue Smoke in the outfield overlooking the Flushing Bay. A lot of fans walk right past it without appreciating it's awesomeness, but those that know, seem to feel pretty connected to it.
The neon skyline definitely lends itself to some great photos, and this one from Marc is up there with the best.
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If you're going to bash the Mets, at least do it based on facts. Jim Rome could have filled his CBS Sports Minute praising the Mets. Instead he completely butchered the truth, and dragged Sandy Alderson through the mud for no good reason.
Late last night Pete Alonso sprinkled a little pixie dust in the eyes of those clamoring for the Mets to bring back the black jerseys in 2021. Distractions are needed right now, and if a piece of fabric can do that for people, have at it.