- 1 What city do the NY Mets play in?
- 2 Is Shea Stadium still standing?
- 3 What can you bring into Mets Stadium?
- 4 How much does parking cost at Citi Field?
- 5 Where should I sit at Citi Field?
- 6 Why did they knock down Shea Stadium?
- 7 Who has the most hits at Shea Stadium?
- 8 Is Citi Field in a bad neighborhood?
What city do the NY Mets play in?
The distance between Citi Field and Yankee Stadium is 7 miles.
Is Shea Stadium still standing?
Shea Stadium was demolished after the season and is used for parking for Citi Field.
What can you bring into Mets Stadium?
Guests are welcome to carry-in the following items into MetLife Stadium: Clear bags that are 12″ x 6″ x 12″ or less in size (1 bag per person) Small purses/handbags (clutch-type bags) that are 4.5″ x 6.5″ or less in size (1 per person) Hand sanitizer 6 oz. or less in size and disinfecting wipes.
How much does parking cost at Citi Field?
Game/Event Parking Rates: Any vehicle entering Citi Field’s primary parking lots when they are open for a regular season baseball game will be charged the game parking fee of $25. Any vehicle entering when these lots are open for a special event will be charged the special event parking fee.
Where should I sit at Citi Field?
The best value seats in all of Citi Field are in the Promenade Infield, sections 510-518. These seats behind home plate are high up, meaning lower costs, but their location gives great views of the strike zone.
Why did they knock down Shea Stadium?
Shea Stadium (/ʃeɪ/; formally known as William A. Shea Municipal Stadium) was a multi-purpose stadium in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Queens, New York City. It was demolished in 2009 to create additional parking for the adjacent Citi Field, Shea’s replacement and the current home of the Mets.
Who has the most hits at Shea Stadium?
And not only did Willie Stargell hit the first-ever home run at Shea, he hit more than any other visitor with 26—except Mike Schmidt, who in later years would tie him.
Is Citi Field in a bad neighborhood?
Citi Field is a great place to see a game. Not a bad seat in the house. However, the neighborhood around Citi Field is very sketchy. I’d recommend staying in Manhattan and taking the train to and from the ballpark.