— Days Without Shea —

by Kingman on January 24 at 12:16PM
Shea_Citi.jpgIt only took three years but the Mets are already dismantling Citi Field.

With the fences coming in, chunks of the former outfield wall are going out. You can go to the Mets auction site to place your bids.

Among the highlights: the Jackie Robinson #42, bidding starts at $900. So far there are zero bids. No word on whether or not the JR tribute is being replaced. Perhaps this was a Butch Huskie tribute all along.

The only wall items getting any bidding are the post-season pennant panels (see complete list).

Still, the 1986 panels have no bids, probably because the opening price is $1,500. C'mong sports fans, get your bids in. The Wilpons gotta trial coming up and these lawyers don't come free.

[January 25, 2012 12:12 AM]  |  link  |  reply
Mike said

I guess because they're painting the wall blue is why the numbers and pennants are leaving? Because they belong on the wall. I hope they're planning on still having the numbers and pennants next season.

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