There's a face behind every cheer. While the sea of orange and blue unites as one until the last pitch, everyone has lives outside of the ballpark confines. T7LA has brought together thousands of like minded fans since 2012, but baseball isn't the only purpose in life. Obviously, everyone needs a way to fund their fandom. We do have some retirees in the crew, but at least 9 out of every 10 fans has a day job. What is it? What do you do? What are you hobbies? Who are you?
We're going to dive a little in to that and put a face to the fandom. Each week we'll feature a different fan here on the blog. Introducing you to the group, what brought you to T7LA and some of your interests outside of baseball.
Simply send us some photos of yourself (At a game with T7LA and at work. Or while spending time on a hobby.) and answer a few simple questions.
EMAIL PHOTOS AND ANSWERS TO INFO@THE7LINE.COM WITH "T7LA FAN" IN THE SUBJECT TITLE.
WHAT DO YOU DO FOR A LIVING? IF YOU'RE RETIRED, WHAT DID YOU DO?
ANY INTERESTING HOBBIES?
HOW DID YOU BECOME A METS FAN? WHAT YEAR?
HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT T7LA?
WHEN WAS YOUR FIRST TIME CHEERING WITH T7LA?
HOW MANY OUTINGS HAVE YOU HIT IN TOTAL?
WHAT KEEPS YOU COMING BACK?
ANY AWAY GAMES YET WITH T7LA? WHERE?
FAVORITE OUTING MEMORY?
FAVORITE ALL TIME MET PLAYER?
SHEA OR CITI?
HAVE A BASEBALL BUCKET LIST? WHAT'S ON TOP OF IT?
LIKE ANY SPORTS BESIDES BASEBALL? WHAT TEAMS?
ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANNA ADD?
It's not often a home team does something like this for visitors, and we tip our caps to them. Great gesture by the Nationals.