10. Peek at the Players before the Action

The Bullpen Gate features a small seating area where visitors can watch the players prepare for the game.

When entering at the Bullpen Gate, be on the look out for the players as they prep for the game in the dugout. There is a small seating area adjacent to the Honda Clubhouse entrance where you can sit and observe the greats! The area gives guests a pretty close view of the team in anticipation for the game ahead of them. With the distance between the fans and the field being so big, it’s nice to be able to take a look at the people that make the whole thing possible!

And now, here are some additional ways to experience Citi Field on a visit!

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  1. The Mets Hall of Fame and Museum gave this Yankee fan a good laugh…it was only added AFTER Met fans complained that CitiField was basically a tribute to the Brooklyn Dodgers, and had nothing in that honored the home team. Thus, it gave the Dodgers TWO home stadiums.

    An embarrassed Met owner Jeff Wilpon dusted off the plaques of the long moribund Met Hall of Fame and added a few new victims — I mean honorees — and created the Mets Museum.

    First time I went to CitiField, I scrutinized the plaques and cracked up at the sight of Tug McGraw’s having a misspelled word. If I’d done that when I was associate editor their house magazine “Inside Pitch,” back in the 1980s (they fired me on when they sold the paper to “Baseball America” in 1985, another reason why I don’t root for the Mets any more), I would have been flogged as pre-game entertainment.

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