The day I went to the Mets game, there was a kid's carnival outside the main entrance, a hotdog eating contest, and the home run big apple. The main entrance (the Jackie Robinson rotunda) has the Met's Hall of Fame. The 100 level concourses were closed in, dark and crowded. The outfield concourse opens up with Shea Bridge in right center field. Center field has a food court (containing the must eat at Shake Shack) and kids play area. The upper level concourse is open air. The overall look of the ball field is pleasing. The unique angles in the outfield wall makes balls hit against the wall an adventure. The bull pens are under Shea Bridge, so they are not very visible. I sat in the outfield where the big screen was behind me, so there was a smaller screen down the right field line that showed the same things as the big screen. That was very nice. Between innings there were many contests and clips shown on the screens to keep the fans entertained.
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