Wet forecast for today’s doubleheader vs. Braves.

Rookie Chris Schwinden and Dillon Gee start for the Mets in their single-admission doubleheader today at Citi Field against Atlanta. In the words of every announcer I’ve ever heard when the crowd is expected to be sparse, “there are plenty of seats available, so stop in if you’re around.’’

But, who wants to go out today?

The doubleheader is for the pair of games washed away by Hurricane Irene, and the weather will also be wet and nasty today.

One of the bright spots of this season is that the Mets aren’t playing out the string. Eight games below .500 recently, they begin the day one under, beyond most expectations coming out of spring spring training.

Several things are will be worth watching this weekend, beginning with Jose Reyes’ pursuit of the Mets’ first batting title. Bobby Parnell is competing for the closer role, but will share opportunities with Manny Acosta and Jason Isringhausen. And, Nick Evans is seeking to make an impression for a bench spot next year.

 

4 thoughts on “Wet forecast for today’s doubleheader vs. Braves.

  1. So far its a nice day today.

    Single admission dbl header?

    They must be desperate.

    Don’t they usually kick you out for a double header so they can collect for the next crowd?

  2. 2.) yep. these new stadium and the unreal prices for food and drink. if you have a family of 5 you need at least a few hundred for one game. if you are really going to enjoy it. even so a 100 would barely get 5 drinks.