The famous blue, orange and white of New York City is back! NY Mets tickets will be in high demand as the Metsies look to cement their place in the playoffs for a second consecutive season. NY Mets tickets are notoriously difficult to acquire as the huge New York side, based in the Queens district, are extremely popular around the city. With that mind take advantage of our unique online e-ticket platform that allows fans to buy and sell tickets.
New York Mets 2017
A key name in the MLB's Eastern Division, New York Mets are desperate to give long-term manager Terry Collins something to cheer this season. In light of former glories the team have re-signed second baseman Neil Walker and Jerry Blevins. However, the biggest story came just after the conclusion of last season as New York Mets re-signed Yoenis Cespedes for an incredible $110 million; their second biggest signing in their history.
Why not venture out for the huge rivalry against the Yankees? Or their crucial league games against Philadelphia Phillies or Washington Nationals? Just imagine going to the great Citi Field stadium in Flushing, Queens and being there with other fellow fans in a great atmosphere. With a regular attendance of over 40,000 you can expect quite a roar and a cheer from the crowd! Life comes down to simple things and enjoying a great game with people who share your same passion is one of those little pleasures. Make sure you buy your NY Mets tickets quickly to avoid disappointment.
New York Mets History
The Mets were one of the baseball's first expansion teams. After the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants moved to California and became the LA Dodgers and San Francisco Giants, the Mets were founded in 1962 to replace these two teams and fill the void for baseball fans in the area. It was not a great start for the new franchise and in their inaugural season in 1962 they posted the worst record in history at that point (40-120). However, in 1969 the team defied all the odds to defeat the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series in what is considered the biggest upset in World Series history.