Thanks to @mediagoon for telling me to check my email. The Mets, as always, used their spy cam to see when I am at my busiest and announce something. I haven’t digested it, will comment later. Seems way cool and the sort of thing we have been preaching here at MPHQ for over a decade. Will comment tonight.
Fans can explore the Vault at MetsHeritage.com
The Virtual Vault is first of its kind in all of sports and fans will be able to view rare photographs and tickets, game-used gear and even galleries focused on 1969 Mets legends Tom Seaver, Jerry Koosman, Gil Hodges, Cleon Jones, and more. Fans can also share any item from the Vault on social media or directly with friends, family and other fans.
“We’ve heard from our fans and understand the passion to preserve and celebrate our team’s Amazin’ history,” said Mets Executive Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer Lou DePaoli. “This new site lets you relive, and even learn more about, your favorite Mets players and moments. We look forward to adding to the vault in the days and years to come.”
This is the initial phase of the roll out, with additional materials from other memorable moments and years in Mets history to come. The Mets Virtual Vault is an exciting resource not just for Mets and baseball fans, but also New York City locals, history buffs and sports fans of all kinds.