Tonight at Citi Field! The PLEASE STAY JOSE RALLY! We are meeting up at 6pm inside McFaddens for an adult beverage power hour then heading up to the Shea Bridge for the whole game. If you made a sign, bring it. If you didn’t, come anyway for a great time with other fans like yourself! Jose isn’t playing but we’re having a party on the Shea Bridge.
MY ONLY REQUEST. PLEASE KEEP AN OPEN PATH FOR FANS TRYING TO CROSS. BE RESPECTFUL! THANK YOU!
Watch this video and picture it being multiplied by a hundred + fans. That is the goal of the Citi Field Shea Hooligan crew and outings like this can only help their vision to get a supporters section at Citi Field. Think of it as a spot where we can all sit together, having a good time without bothering other fans who like to sit on their hands. “Coach” of the crew altered the lyrics for tonight.. study it, learn it and meet us tonight!
Teaaaaches us to speak Spanish
He’s faster than a lightening bolt
He rules-the-base like Mao-Ze-Dong
He listens-to the Regea-ton
PLEASE STAY JO-SE
FASTEST MAN ALIVE!!
NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA .. NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NAAAAHH!!
PLEASE STAY JO-SE!
FASTEST MAN ALIVE!
#CFSHchants follow on Twitter @CitiFSHooligans
He was the best player in baseball before the A.S.B.
The fans love him
If you are against resigning Reyes who would you rather be the full timer? Tejada? He may turn into something great but I can’t picture Tejada being a solid factor in a playoff team.
We NEED Jose in our lineup. The Mets HAVE to make him an offer and hopefully he’ll take it. The facts have shown that when Jose plays, we win. Lets pray for healthy seasons and keep him a Met for life.
Meet us at McFaddens tomorrow night at 6pm. We’ll pregame with some drink specials that they set up just for our group. I’ll have the last of the PLEASE STAY JOSE shirts with me so don’t worry if you didn’t grab one on the webstore when they were available.
Make a sign and cheer for our future. Jose won’t be in the lineup but ownership is listening.
After losing both Reyes and Murphy to injury on Sunday and Johan having problems with his healing arm, making a sign about the DL seemed fitting. It’s become a trend for most of the Mets to be on the disabled list. Reyes, Wright, Santana, Davis, Murphy, Bay, Pagan, Young… the list goes on. The past three seasons have been plagued with injury and it’s almost been accepted since it’s so common.
Terry Collins was given the task of trying to make things work around here. With all the cards against him before game 1 of the season even approached, he’s done what he can with this group of guys to be a .500 ball club. That’s more than what everyone expected.
We all thought that there was a glimmer of hope if the Mets could have been in better shape before the Braves series. After losing 2 of 3 and dropping to 9 games out of the wild card the hopes for a playoff run are slim to none. It’s possible but don’t bet the bank on it.
Yesterday I posted a few status updates on Facebook and Tweets about the topic and our fans bounced ideas and thoughts back and forth about the injuries. I was originally thinking of a black cloud over the word FLUSHING. Anthony Campanella wrote about the MRIs and I thought that was hilarious. That was the start of the sign. Added 2009-2011 and some of the #’s of injured players underneath and I was off to the game.
The fans and employees at Citi were lovin’ it as was the media. I think SNY has been avoiding me lately but YAHOO, CBS, ESPN, DAILY NEWS and NY TIMES all ran the photo along with a story about the teams injuries.
The stands are starting to become bare and it’s only going to get worse once the summer comes to a close. This team has heart and it’s great to see them fight their way back for W’s. Last nights walk off for Duda was awesome and I am glad that I was there to see it. The Buffalo Soldiers are here to play and show what they got. Bay is starting to swing a hot bat again and I expect some interesting baseball for the next month and a half.