New York Mets
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Citi Field opened in 2010. Citi Field replaced Shea Stadium which was adjacent to the new stadium. Shea Stadium was the home of the New York Mets from 1964 to 2009. Citi Field is located in the Flushing area of the Queens borough of New York City east of Manhattan.
MTA Line 7 subway service is available from Times Square in Manhattan to Citi Field. A Long Island Railroad station is also adjacent to Citi Field. Service is provided to Penn Station in Manhattan and to many locations on Long Island.
New York Mets Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
2013 All Star Game at Citi Field
The 2013 MLB All Star game will be played at Citi Field on July 16, 2013. Tickets are available from a registered ticket broker.
New York Mets History
The New York Mets were a National League expansion team in 1962. The Mets have won two World Series in 1969 and 1986. In 1969, the Mets beat the heavily favored Baltimore Orioles in the World Series. The Mets were the first expansion team to win the World Series. The Boston Red Sox were the victims in 1986 when the Mets won the World Series for a second time.
Tom Seaver was the pitching star of the 1969 Mets championship team. In 1969, Seaver won 25 games and the Cy Young award. He had a 10 inning complete game win in the fourth game of the World Series
Seaver had 311 career wins over a 20 year career with 3,272 strikeouts, the most by a National League righthanded pitcher. Seaver is in the baseball Hall of Fame.