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Mets
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2025

New York Mets vs Cincinnati Reds Tickets 2024

  • The next Cincinnati Reds at New York Mets game is on Friday, 09/06/2024 at Citi Field in New York.
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Citi Field Information

  • Location: Flushing (New York), New York
  • Address: 126th St. & Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, New York 11368
  • Capacity: 41,800
  • Parking: Parking passes are available for purchase
  • Year Opened: April 2009
  • Occupants: New York Mets
  • Prohibited Items: Items larger than 16 "x16 "x8 ", coolers (hard-sided), cans, glass bottles, beverage containers, open containers, commercial audio/video equipment, alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, laser pointers, noisemaking devices, fireworks, animals (except for assistive purposes), weapons, food items and the like.

The New York Metropolitans (Mets) played their first game in 1962, and their orange and blue color scheme was influenced by the two departed New York teams, the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants. The Mets were initially going to be part of a new baseball league formed by attorney William Shea, dubbed the Continental League and New York was to receive a team as one of its charter members. The National and American League felt threatened by this change and opted to take two of each of the new franchises, one of which would become the Mets. In honor of this new era of expansion, the Mets named their new ballpark Shea Stadium and began play in 1962.

In 2006, after many great years in the old ballpark, the Mets tore down the structure and began building Citi Field in the parking lot adjacent to the former venue. The new ballpark was inspired by the classic structure of Ebbets Field, with a brick rotunda and a contoured seating arrangement to give fans clear sight lines all around the stadium. With a capacity of approximately 45,000, the ballpark is surprisingly intimate and designers added wider seats and increased space between rows to improve comfort and leg room. One of the greatest features of the new ballpark are the extremely wide concourses that span the entire perimeter of the stadium. Since Citi Field opened in 2009, fans can feasibly walk all around the venue and visit the building's many concessions without having to miss a minute of the action.

Along with all of the standard amenities fans have come to expect, Citi Field also features multiple sit-down restaurants and bars. One of the highlights of the ballpark is the Shake Shack - a New York City burger joint that has become a Big Apple institution that stadium planners felt compelled to include. Additionally, the stadium features Fan Fest family entertainment areas with interactive baseball games, as well as a Mets museum that pays homage to the greats that have worn a Mets uniform.

Ever since the Mets' magical run to a World Series title in 1986, the team has made numerous postseason appearances as well as a trip to the Subway Series in 2000 against their cross-town rivals, the New York Yankees. In a very competitive division like the NL East, fans will have no shortage of big-time games to look forward to in the future.

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Great American Ballpark Information

The Cincinnati Reds are the longest existing professional baseball franchise in history, debuting in 1869 as the Cincinnati Red Stockings. The team has played in various venues over the years, from the humble Union Grounds to their first modern ballpark Crosley Field. The Reds moved into Riverfront Stadium in the early 1970s, hosting the Great Red Machine teams of that decade, but fans saw the building as a cookie-cutter ballpark lacking in character. In 2003, the Reds opened Great American Ball Park, which has become one of the preeminent venues in the National League.

Great American Ball Park pays homage to the captivating history of Cincinnati baseball with myriad museums, statues, and tributes to the greats that have worn a Reds uniform. The main entrance, known as Crosley Terrace, is one of the best examples of this - it features four large statues from the Crosley Field era, creating plenty of photo opportunities for Reds fans. Above the home plate is the "Bridge " a large standing room area in the upper deck that gives fans a chance to watch the action while traveling through the concourses. Another popular photo opportunity is behind the scoreboard, which features the bat, ball, and photo of Reds' great Pete Rose breaking the all-time hits record.

Fans can also get a sneak peek at bullpen activities thanks to the stadium's unobstructed views of both the home and visiting bullpens. While other parks place attendees behind protective barriers, Reds' fans can get a bird's eye view from above. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the Great American Ball Park is the view of the river below. The venue is built alongside the Ohio River, which always has its fair share of riverboats making their way downstream, adding to the unique charm of the ballpark.

While the majority of the Reds' success came in Riverfront Stadium, the team has made significant strides in recent years. The team captured a division championship in 2010, its first since 1995, and has built a solid core of talented youngsters and savvy veterans that have done much to shake up the playoff race in the National League. With a glittering new ballpark to play in, an illustrious history that dates back to the formation of professional baseball and a committed fan base, the Cincinnati Reds have plenty of great moments to look forward to in the coming years.

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