Ok, ok, we get it now - all Stadiums have obstructed views! At least that is what we would be led to believe based on the new stadiums in New York City, set to open in 2009.
Courtesy of this comment on the previous post, comes this photo (full set here) taken from left field in the Mets' new stadium in Flushing, Citi Field:
Not sure of the exact section (interactive seating chart here), but please note this photo is NOT looking toward the playing field. However, this should remind Mets fans of the loge level at the old dump in Flushing. Nostalgia, anyone?
You are staring at the back of the out of town scoreboard according to the comment. Maybe the Mets will be generous like the Yankees and put up some nice flat screen TVs so the fans can watch what they are missing. The worst part about this as a Yankee fan is if you are dragged to a Mets game and get stuck in these seats. How will you keep track of the Yankees score if you are looking at the back of the out of town scoreboard? What a shame...
Any Mets fans or representatives out there with some more insight into what section this is, please leave a comment on this post and I will gladly publish the information. Please note, there are photos of more terribly obstructed seats in the comments.
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Friday, February 13, 2009
Not to be outdone, the Mets get in on the obstructed view actionPosted by Ross at 9:07 PM
Labels: obstructed view seats at Citi Field in Flushing, out of town scoreboard at Citi Field, photos from inside of the new Mets Stadium Citi Field, the New York Mets get in on the obstructed view action
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