The Mets and Metropolitan Hospitality are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Stadiumlinks to transform Citi Field into a one-of-a-kind, nine-hole golf course for three days only, November 3-5!
There will be an extremely limited number of tee times available and we strongly recommend that you register early to avoid missing out on the unique opportunity of teeing it up inside the ballpark. Book a tee time and you will hit golf shots from nine different locations around the ballpark at target holes that are positioned on greens landscaped into the outfield below.
The standard player registration includes:
Admission to play the nine hole course at your designated tee time with exclusive access to Citi Field
Complimentary access to standard sized, right-handed golf clubs at each of the nine (9) holes
Nine (9) complimentary golf balls to be played along the course
VIP packages for a more premium experience include:
Access to our netted warm-up bays
Nine (9) additional complimentary golf balls
Admission into the VIP Lounge with upgraded accommodations and one complimentary snack offering
Lenny Dykstra, a despicable character, does not have much good to say regarding individuals he has dealt with.
Dykstra documents how he would do anything to get an edge, from digging up dirt on umpires to taking steroids. Here, the man known as “Nails” pulls no punches on some of his former teammates and even his former manager, Davey Johnson.
Dykstra on former Mets manager Davey Johnson: He was a lucky manager. He was drunk every night and frequently hung over just enough the next day to not always know what was going on. That, and he was probably the worst communicator I’ve ever been associated with in baseball, and that includes a lot of f–king people! Other than all that, Davey was great. Ha!
Vince Piazza told The Post on Thursday that the Piazza family wants to buy their son’s historic post-9/11 home run jersey from Goldin Auctions, if a fair price can be reached.
“We want to buy the jersey and donate it to the Hall of Fame,’’ Vince told me, his voice rising with emotion.
“Mike is on board. My God, it’s not right what is going on here. That thing belongs in the Hall of Fame. It belongs to all the fans of baseball. That home run was so important, not only for New York, but for the entire country.
“It started with a bladder infection and it created a blood clot in the bladder,” Harvey said Tuesday morning after returning to camp. “I passed it yesterday. It wasn’t a great first day [after] my 27th birthday. But we cleared that. And then we had a little procedure done this morning just to go in and check the bladder and everything was clear.”