I know there are a lot of people who have said Citi Field doesn't feel like home like Shea did. I've always felt that part of that reason was due to the fact that we had so many great moments we remember from Shea. Well now we have our first "Moment" at Citi Field. Something that no one ever saw at Shea Stadium, a Met pitching a no hitter.
Post subject: Re: The first "Moment" at Citi Field
Posted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:30 pm
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Not sure why this thread isn't getting more responses since I agree 100% with the concept. A lot of people ask me how I like Citi and I say that it's like my parents knocking down the house I grew up in and building a McMansion in its place -- it's nice but there are no memories there.
This is the first of many memories that is making Citi feel more like a home.
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