To catch everyone up, I have this idea of a Blue Cap Army. In a nutshell, I think we should encourage a sea of blue at Citi Field...read the original post to learn more.
I floated the idea that the first meeting of the Army should be at Opening Day, and that we should meet in front (we can pretend there's a Seaver statue) and then all visit the new museum together.
I got good traction on it, so I think I'm going to go ahead and organize something. I'll wait until the site migrates to the new hosting because that will make it easier for me to start a sign-up list...so this is the announcement that I'm going to announce something. I'm ego-less so if it's me and two guys, that's cool. If it's 45,000 that would be awesome but I'm not delusional.
Speaking of Blue Caps, I don't know how much this means in the scheme of things, but Corey shared with me that the top selling Mets cap (non-discounted) on Lids is.....the traditional blue cap!
If you don't already own a blue Mets cap please buy one and plan to join us for opening day. More to come. 10 bucks cash if someone can get Lee Mazzilli to meet us. Lee, if you're reading this...ten bucks if you show!
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