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The Mets have been playing baseball in the National league since the 1962 season. The franchise got off to an inauspicious start in ’62, becoming one of the worst teams in Major League Baseball history, finishing 40-120. After never winning more than 73 games in a season, things turned around for the Mets in 1969. Led by a terrific young pitching staff that featured future Hall of Famer Tom Seaver and a young Nolan Ryan, the Mets won 100 games, won the division, and defeated the Baltimore Orioles in five games to become World Series champions. Four years later Seaver and company returned to the World Series, but were defeated by the Oakland Athletics. The mid 1980s marked the next era of Met success. In 1986, a team full of All-Stars like Dwight Gooden, Keith Hernandez, Daryl Strawberry and Gary Carter powered the Mets back to the World Series. Thanks to a poorly played ground ball by Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner in Game 6 of the series, the Mets secured their second World Series title. New York has made the playoffs just four times since the 1986 championship, including a World Series loss to the New York Yankees in 2000. Seaver is the only former Met to have his number retired. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for New York Mets baseball tickets.

2014 Mets Season Preview

The New York Mets have made big moves in the offseason to try to move up the NL East ladder, including the signing of outfielder Curtis Granderson. With the Nationals now in contention in the NL East as well as the defending champion Atlanta Braves, the Mets will have to have a great season to compete in the division. The loss of Matt Harvey for the entire season due to Tommy John surgery is a big blow, but the Mets front office think they can survive without him for a season.

Looking at the lineup, it looks like the offense has some work to do. Guys like Eric Young Jr., Travis d’Arnaud and Ruben Tejada will have to bring their averages up if they want to be productive, with the Mets having only Daniel Murphy and David Wright as guys with above a .250 average in 2014.

Check out our New York Mets Season Preview History page for previews of previous Mets seasons.

New York Mets Baseball at Citi Field

Address: 123-01 Roosevelt Avenue, New York, NY, 11368

The Mets play their home games at Citi Field, located in Flushing, New York. When filled to capacity, Citi Field holds 42,000 screaming Mets fans. Opened for business in 2009, Citi Field is one of the newest parks in the Major Leagues. Though equipped with modern amenities, Citi Field pays homage to the parks that stood before it, as the iconic Shea Stadium home run apple sits proudly in front of the stadium. Additionally, the entrance rotunda is modeled after old Ebbets Field, the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. The New York Mets dugout is on the Citi Field first base line in front of sections 111-114. Citi Field parking information is covered in our Mets event guide.

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New York Mets Rivals

Mets vs. Yankees

Picking up where the old Subway Series left off, this inner-city rivalry is one of the most fun each and every season. The matchup was first played in 1997 and became a full-fledged rivalry when the Mets and Yankees met for the 2000 World Series. These two teams are consistently among the highest payrolls in baseball and are always loaded with all-star talent. Yankee Stadium and Citi Field are two of the nicest stadiums in MLB and attending this matchup in one of those stadiums should not be passed up.

Mets vs. Phillies

The Mets and Phillies are both founding members of the NL East, playing over 850 times since 1962. Despite the history, this rivalry didn’t really kickoff until the mid-2000s when both teams were competitive at the same time. Since then the Phillies and Mets have consistently been among the top teams in the NL East, and games between them often prove to be decisive in the NL East pennant race. This matchup is almost always interesting into September, and one of the best divisional matchups in the NL.

Mets vs. Braves

This divisional rivalry has been one of the most interesting and competitive since the mid 1990’s. The rivalry has been played over 650 times, with many of the meetings having playoff berths on the line. The Mets and Braves have twice met in the NLCS and are consistently among the best teams in the National League. The young talent on both teams gives this rivalry even more intrigue as it promises to continue to be a premier matchup in the NL.

New York Mets in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs

After struggling as a new franchise in their first seven seasons, the New York Mets finally turned it around during the 1969 season. Known as the “Amazin’ Mets,” the team won their first World Series title over the star-studded Baltimore Orioles and shocked the baseball world. The Mets have gone on to win another World Series title over the years and have won over three NL pennants. New York has won 4+ division titles and will only add to that number in the upcoming seasons.

New York Mets Event Guide

What time do the gates open prior to a Mets game?

Gates at Citi Field open to the general public 90 minutes before the first pitch.

Where are good places to eat before a Mets game?

There are a number of great dining options within a few miles of Citi Field. Italian food fans should try Il Trangolo Restaurant, or Parkside Restaurant. Both are on the higher end of the price scale, but the food is well worth it. If you are looking for mouth-watering barbeque check out Picnic Garden, or Blue Smoke. For those looking to try something new, visit Rincon Criollo, or El Polo Inka Peru, you will not be disappointed. If you want to spend pre-game with plenty of other Mets fans try Recovery Room, Stone Tavern, or 7th Gear. All three are great sports bars and hang out spots for Mets fans before and after games. Other good places in the area are Shake Shack, Jack & Nellie’s, and Little Pepper.

Where is the best place to park at Citi Field?

Parking at Citi field is fairly restrictive. The vast majority of the lots surrounding the stadium are reserved for season ticket and parking pass holders. We highly recommend purchasing a parking pass or arriving to the stadium early. There is a large general parking lot located at the corner of Roosevelt and Grand Central Parkway, to the southwest of the stadium. Another smaller general parking lot is located on the south side of Roosevelt at the same intersection. To the north of the stadium is a third general parking option, but half of this lot is reserved for stadium staff so it fills up quickly. Parking at all the general parking lots is usually around $20 for regular season games.

Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?

Children under 32 inches tall are allowed to enter Citi Field without a ticket, but must sit on a parent’s lap for the duration of the game.

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Grandma's Are Moms too! I absolutely love Citifield and going with my youngest son every Mother's Day to see our Mets play. We love sitting in boxes 109 & 110 and, thanks to TicketCity, were able to secure seats in Row#1 for Mother's Day this year. The reason for my title: The Mets marketing team selected families all around me and my son for promos on Mother's Day and it was sweet to watch the young moms being honored with flowers and prizes. But, I observed that older moms like myself were overlooked. I said to the sweet young thing that was setting up the group pictures: "Aren't 70 yr. olds Mom's too?" She shrugged & wished me a happy Mother's Day but it would be nice if the Mets marketing team recognized Moms of all ages on our special day. LETS GO METS! May 13, 2014
NY Mets/City Field Attended the Mets/Marlins double header on the 29th of August. Had left field corner, second row seats. Great price and the field view was great. City Field certainly has it all over Shea Stadium. Four others joined me and everyone had a great time. Great weather, friendly people at the ballpark. It helped that the Mets won the double header. Getting in and out of the parking lot was much easier than the old stadium. Even though I am a Yankee fan, I would recommend City Field to anyone, August 31, 2011
Citi Field is an awesome ballpark I went to a Mets vs Cardinals game last Summer. We took the 7 train from Manhattan to the Mets-Willets Point station which is directly outside Citi Field. The exterior of Citi Field is one of the best in baseball, it still looks like a ballpark. Walking into Citi Field there is huge hall setup as a tribute to Jackie Robinson. Lots of great history to see. The view from our seats was incredible. Albert Pujols was 10 feet away from us in the Cards dugout. The crowd was really into the game and the Mets responded by putting up 10 runs early and cruised to an easy victory. The Mets game experience was one I will always treasure because a game in New York has a special feel - the team, the stadium, the crowd. A NY Mets game is a great event. August 10, 2010
Shea was home, now Citifield is the place to be... Shea stadium was once called home, NOW Citifield takes the title. As an avid Met fan, everyone knows we all have our ups and downs. The debates and politics of the team, is always the best part of the discussion. People were sad about the change in venue, but once they walked in through the huge Jackie Robinson rotunda, we all stood looking around (including me) like tourists. Even when it was your first time or back for another look, there's always something new to see. Shea had its perks... but Citifield is AMAZING. even when you get up to get something to eat or drink, you can always see whats going on the field with the NO CONCRETE WALLS to block the way. Ive been going to Citifield since they opened it up to the public for the first time back in March of 2009. And each time I go back, theres always something new. I did notice the Rum bar, and tried the lobster roll for the first time, oh my word, to die for! I try to go back to the different clubs they offer with each section. The Acela Club, The Ceasars Club and Promenade Clubs are the ones i was fortunate enough to see. Hopefully through the years, ill be able to see the more exclusive clubs. The INFAMOUS shake shack is always packed, along with the BIG APPLE BREWERY with all different kinds of brewsky's. Fun things for kids to do... raffles and mini-games too! So many new additions: McFaddens Bar located behind Center Field by the bullpen, is a great place to start for pregame fun. The Hall of Fame Museum is another new addition to the building, for those hardcore fans and ones just seeing what new things they can learn about The Mets, filled with trophies, rings, and pictures of legends. It connects to the Mets store FILLED with fun things, anywhere from keychains to autographed baseballs. My experience at Citifield has just begun, and i can begin my experience with the next generation as well. Many, many more years to come. Shea was once called home. Time to close that chapter and on to bigger and better things... CITIFIELD! August 10, 2010
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