— Days Without Shea —

I just came across this tremendous effort- The Amazing Shea Stadium Autograph Project.

The site was started in October 2008 by a Met fan in Westfield, Indiana named Lee Harmon. As Lee wrote on his site , in honor of the 792 Mets that played at Shea,

"I created a set of handmade cards featuring each one of these men. My design was done in such a way as to allow an autograph to be included. I am now in the process of having each one signed by those players."

So far, Lee has collected 445 autographs, or 56.2 percent of his goal. His latest conquest was just this morning when he posted the signature of Gustavo Molina, a catcher who appeared in two Shea games in 2008.

Loge13 salutes you Lee and you are welcome in our virtual Shea section anytime. Keep us informed of your progress!

[November 10, 2009 4:14 AM]  |  link  |  reply
Paul said

THE 2010 Mets tickets price are out.
Read it and weep!

[November 10, 2009 9:34 AM]  |  link  |  reply
Doug said

Yes. No change for in affordable seating categories. Preliminary findings indicate that the savings will be realized with fewer gold games, and reduced per ticket prices in the lower bowl.

It would also seem as they divided up baseline box seating into the colors of many metals.... Not that I'd ever be able to sit there.

Let's see what they offer in terms of partial plans.... I think I'm gonna cry when I realize they aren't gonna do a think to accommodate average Joe.


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