To recap the week:
- Monday night, it rained. Sandy Alderson actually went on the field before game time and sought to have the game called. No dice. The Mets lost to the Marlins.
- Tuesday night, it didn't rain. The Mets called the game at 5:30 and gave ticket holders a rain check for a rescheduled game on July 18.
- Wednesday. It rained. Alot. All day. And so the Mets played the Nationals, often in a driving rainstorm as puddles collected on the pitcher's mound and in the outfield. The Mets won 3-0
thanks to a great pitching performance by Jon Niese.
But few fans showed up, including us Loge13 whimps, who preferred to stay indoors when the forecast called for several inches of rain and severe flooding.
The Mets decided to recognize the weather by offering an extra game to fans holding tickets - used or unused - for May 18th.
Problem is, the tickets they are offering are for Monday, May 30th,
Memorial Day night, vs the Pirates. Anyone who bought the 15-game plan, which included the 5/18 Mets-Nats game, already has the 5/30 game as part of their ticket plan.