Kenneth Gianantt of Glendale and Kathleen O’Hara of Middle Village, holding a Ralph Kiner tribute edition of “Mets Magazine,” said they have been to one Mets opening day that was colder than Monday. “In 2003, when it was snowing and had 40-mile-an-hour winds,” O’Hara said.
Geraldine and Joe Moloney of Glendale have a spendid view of the ballpark.
Edward Budney of Ridgewood came prepared for foul weather and foul balls into the seats.
Joe Perez of Astoria waits Monday morning to meet former co-workers by the apple.
Alec Fauvel of Flushing and Deana Speranza pass through the food court.
The caps and shirts all differed, but Peter Georgios of Middle Village, Anthony Genna and Michael LaMarca of Glendale and Nick Scaturro of Forest Hills share the love of blue and orange.
David and Donna Drimer did a little pre-game shopping at the Mets team store on the concourse.
Cousins Lou and Art DePinto of Astoria and Sunnyside arrive on the 7 Train.
Pete Cholakis of Rockaway Beach, Joan Capperellano of South Ozone Park and Joe Cappellano of Howard Beach settle in for a slugfest.
Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014 10:30 am | Updated: 1:00 pm, Thu Apr 10, 2014.
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