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Ballpark:
Citi Field
Established:
1962
Affiliations:
AAA Buffalo Bisons,AA Binghamton Mets,Advanced A St. Lucie Mets,A Savannah Sand Gnats
Retired Numbers:
14, 37, 41, 42, Shea
Owners:
Sterling Mets, L.P. (Fred Wilpon, Chairman & CEO)
Manager:
General Manager:
Sandy Alderson
Played As:
NYN

Citi Field (2009–present) - This $850 Million Dollar Baseball Field was built as a new home for the New York Mets. It is a great place to watch a ball game and like all the newer parks the Mets have provided the fans with many options during a game. The Jackie Robinson rotundra is a special place and you need a hour to catch all the images, quotes and little nuances throughout.

Shea Stadium (1964–2008) - William A. Shea Municipal Stadium, usually shortened to Shea Stadium or just Shea, was the home baseball park of Major League Baseball's New York Mets from 1964 to 2008. It featured 4 World Series and was one of baseballs loudest ball parks. 

Polo Grounds (1962–1963) - The scene of some of the most memorable moments in sports history, New York's Polo Grounds served as home at various times to five different professional baseball and football teams.  Although the ballpark became most closely associated with the National League's New York Giants through the years, the Yankees and Mets also called the Polo Grounds home for a few seasons.  

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