I think I’m a little too happy to have finally secured a spot in Shea’s sun-drenched picnic area, don’t you? But what a vista! As the t-shirt implies, it feels like the crossroads of the civilized world out there.
(Thanks to Emily for snapping what is now my all-time favorite picture of me and my ballpark.)
The newest ballpark in the Majors doesn’t break all that much ground, but I give it props for the cherry blossoms it planted along its main concourse. Very Washingtonian without being at all political. Nicely done!
Mets fans were just happy to be anywhere after losing three in a row in Philadelphia and Chicago, but these Mets fans would be even happier hours later when their team would defeat the Nationals in Washington’s newest monument. From left to right, well, there’s me (wearing my Super Bowl Champion Giants shirt to subliminally annoy […]
12: Tuesday, September 9 vs Nationals
Often this year, ladies and gentlemen, as we have tackled our Countdown Like It Oughta Be, we have spoken to the extraordinary versatility of Shea Stadium and the kinds of events it has hosted. This grass and these walls have provided temporary grounds to icons spiritual, presidential and rock 'n' […]
One of the definitive events in recent Met years happened on April 6, 2006 — Carlos Beltran, after being treated shabbily by the Shea faithful for much of 2005 and booed during a slump in the early part of his next season, hit a home run, circled the bases and then plunked his behind on […]