Mets Fans-Red Sox Fans-On Behavior- Fenway Park
Many of your parents & grandparents, used to go to a small ballpark @ the corner of Bedford Avenue-Sullivan Place, near the Prospect Park BMT Station, called Ebbett's Field;
Fenway will be similar & you will experience what your parents & grandparents experienced, in Brooklyn over 50 Years Ago, so enjoy the experience;
Do NOT be as EXTREMELY-OBNOXIOUS, like the Yankees Fans, who shove it in everyone's face;
Do NOT start in about Bill Buckner; In fact he's NOT THE culprit in Game 6 of The 1986 World Series, as Calvin Schiraldi is a way much-bigger culprit, with a 13.50ERA, having only pitched 4 Innings in 3 Games & lost 2 Games; So cut the Crap about Buckner; Besides, many Red Sox Fans are coming to Shea Stadium, looking to watch the Mets, as Fenway Park is sold out; Do NOT turn them off; You're in their house, an historic & nice one; & The Party Life on Lansdowne Street is great, after or before the games.
Dear Members of Red Sox Nation in Boston & Vicinity:
There are variations of New York Sports Fans coming into Fenway Park;
There's the "New York Fan" or as I usually call them, "Casual Fan Ass-Hats"; They cheer for which way the wind is blowing & will know very little about the team they're cheering about(They sound like the majority of "October Arrivistas" in Yankee Stadium);
There are the NY Yankees Fans, who're as welcome as Hitler is in a Jewish Neighborhood;
Then there are variations in the Mets Fan Base;
The crew from the 1960s, tended to cheer on the Red Sox, as an AL Team, as this 1st wave is descended from Fandom from the Brooklyn Dodgers & NY Giants;
There are "The Expatriates", who follow the Mets Via Gameday Audio or WFAN in the Evenings, or via the MLB TV Package(Extra Innings), who make occassional trips to Shea Stadium & still remember when Upper Level was $1.30;
There are "The '80s Yuppies", who will never stop laughing about Bill Buckner, but know something about a certain Mets Reliever called Calvin Drew Schiraldi,chanting "Bring On Calvin Schiraldi", as he was frequently-booed at Shea Stadium, when he was a member of the '84 & '85 Mets;
& then, there are the Assholes who keep bringing up Bill Buckner, who as I remember, was a fine outfielder & 1st Baseman;
The "Assholes" who do this, may either be the "Casual Fan Ass Hats", or Yankees Fans, as this last group is to be avoided.
My 1st MLB Game was @ Shea Stadium, on 9/2/66 & my 40th Anniversary will be celebrated @ Fenway Park, on 9/2/06. Thank Goodness I won't be watching this series live, except on TV, as I hate watching "Exhibitions of Inebriation Followed By Black Eyes."
Shea will be gone by 2009 & Fenway will still be there in 2012;
Thought that you'd like to know that!