"Quiet please, the Mets are trying to play baseball.
The Amazin’s are silently floating plans for a “designated quiet-seating section” in Citi Field.
The team e-mailed a survey to fans yesterday, asking about their ballpark experience — including queries about the scoreboard, between-inning entertainment, music, and even interactions with Mr. Met....
This proposed silent treatment would apply to a section in the second-deck, left-field seats that now go for between $20 and $78 a ticket, depending on the opponent." (Courtesy of The Post)
Designated quiet-seating section? Have the Mets' brass BEEN to Citi Field? The whole place is a designated quiet-seating section. That's what happens when your fanbase gets so disgusted with your team that they stop showing up.
In all seriousness, is there a more "typical Mets" move than this? I mean, other than whining to MLB to get a call overturned so they can sell more fake tickets to their fake fans for another fake no-hitter, even though their own manager and the guy who threw the fake no-hitter openly admit that the call won't and shouldn't get overturned.
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