It's a rainy day in Queens, and if all goes right, Opening Day at Citi Field is just 4 months away. Will we be there? Who knows, but all my fingers and toes are crossed as I've been staring out the window this morning.
For 2021 we have 10 home and 6 away games planned.
So far we've organized over 100 MLB outings at Citi Field and all over the country to a record of 60-48. Thousands of fans have joined from all around the globe, and to take this entire year off has been depressing. Of course things could always be worse, but dreaming of a brighter future has been getting me through a lot of days.
If you missed the previous post about T7LA at Citi Field, we aren't adding new members to our home package. The fans that signed up to be members in 2020 now have the option to renew at this time. Any open seats would be pushed to the game-by-game public sale. We'll know more about that in the middle of January. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is capacity. If a % is put in place, we don't want to oversell. Selling game-by-game on what is left is the smartest play right now.
As for the road. The first away game will hopefully be in Tampa. That's a little over a month after Opening Day, so by then we should have a good idea of how MLB and ballparks all around the country are handling any potential covid protocols. Will we even be allowed to go? Not sure. We hope so, but right now it's just a waiting game. We used to sell away outings around 3 months before each game. This one will likely be much closer to the game date than usual. Stay tuned.
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If all goes right, besides Tampa, we'd be hitting DC, PIT, PHI, LA and BOS in 2021. Fingers crossed for Binghamton, Syracuse, and Coney Island too. Basically we'd like to pick up where we left off, but that's likely not realistic. Again, wishful thinking.
Like all of you reading this, as a brand we're just rolling with the punches right now. Any plans put in place over the last year have changed, and things have been constantly rearranged and shuffled at the drop of a hat.
All we can do is try our best, and we hope that things are somewhat back to normal in a few more months. It'd be foolish to think that'll happen overnight, but as things ease up, we'll do whatever necessary to get the crew back together. Safely.
All things considered, it's been a pretty exciting time to be a Mets fan lately. Hopefully we can share that excitement together soon enough.
Stay tuned, happy holidays, and LET'S GO METS!