— Days Without Shea —

While we were away, we received a cool collection of photos from Loge13 reader Eli. He sent us a few pictures of his favorite Shea Stadium locale: the Mets Hall of Fame.

Most fans have never gone up to the Hall of Fame. It is somewhat hidden and I'm sure Citi Field will find a more prominent spot for the priceless artifacts.


Eli writes: The Mets Hall of Fame is located between the Diamond Club and the Grill Room.  You can't get into either restaurant without a pass, but the two World Series statues are there for viewing along with the busts of many of the great Mets players and administrators.  In this shot you can see the 1969 trophy along with busts of Joan Payson, Gil Hodges and others.


Here is Part II of the Mets Hall Of Fame Tour.

[August 29, 2007 2:49 PM]  |  link  |  reply
Radie said

It is somewhat easier to find this year (and i think last year too) as they have painted a blue line on the ramps that lead to it. Check the ramps just up the first base side of home plate. You cant miss the blue line down the center of the ramp.

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