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Mets fans wave their caps as a squadron (Credit: John Dunn)

Mets fans wave their caps as a squadron of F-18's do a flyover on Opening Day at Citi Field. (Apr. 5, 2010)

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A rendering of right field at Citi Field
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A rendering of right field at Citi Field with the fences moved in for the 2012 season. (Oct. 31, 2011)

A rendering of left field at Citi Field
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A rendering of left field at Citi Field will the fences moved in for the 2012 season. (Oct. 31, 2011)

The Mets release this photo to show what
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The Mets release this photo to show what the new outfield wall will look like at Citi Field in 2012. (Oct. 31, 2011)

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The Mets released this photo showing planned alterations
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The Mets released this photo showing planned alterations to the dimensions at Citi Field for the 2012 season. (Oct. 31, 2011)

A rendering of the Modell's Clubhouse seating plan
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A rendering of the Modell's Clubhouse seating plan in right field. (Oct. 31, 2011)

A rendering of the new seating plan in
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A rendering of the new seating plan in left field. (Oct. 31, 2011)

The new seating plan in left field. (Oct.
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The new seating plan in left field. (Oct. 31, 2011)

NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view
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NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view of the match between Ecuador and Greece on June 7, 2011 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

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NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view
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NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view of the match between Ecuador and Greece on June 7, 2011 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Ecuador's Edison Mendez, right, and Greece's Kyriakos Papadopoulos
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Ecuador's Edison Mendez, right, and Greece's Kyriakos Papadopoulos go for the ball during the second half of a 1-1 draw in a friendly soccer match at Citi Field. (June 7, 2011)

NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view
(Credit: Getty/Mike Stobe)

NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view of the match between Ecuador and Greece on June 7, 2011 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view
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NEW YORK - JUNE 07: A general view of the match between Ecuador and Greece on June 7, 2011 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

A view of Citi Field prior to a
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A view of Citi Field prior to a Mets-Dodgers game. (May 8, 2011)

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Citi Field on the day after the last
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Citi Field on the day after the last game of the 2010 season. (Oct. 4, 2011)

Richard Shackelford clears debris from the Mets dugout
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Richard Shackelford clears debris from the Mets dugout the day after the final game of the 2010 season. (Oct. 4, 2010)

A sparse Citi Field crowd watches the Mets
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A sparse Citi Field crowd watches the Mets take on the Milwaukee Brewers near the end of the 2010 season. (Sept. 29, 2010)

The Mets are introduced at Citi Field prior
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The Mets are introduced at Citi Field prior to the first game of the 2010 season against the Florida Marlins. (Apr. 5, 2011)

Two fans pose in front of the original
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Two fans pose in front of the original Shea Stadium home run apple outside of Citi Field prior to the Mets' opener against the Florida Marlins. (Apr. 5, 2010)

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Mets fans wave their caps as a squadron
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Mets fans wave their caps as a squadron of F-18's do a flyover on Opening Day at Citi Field. (Apr. 5, 2010)

An American flag is unfurled during 2010 Opening
(Credit: John Dunn)

An American flag is unfurled during 2010 Opening Day at Citi Field. (Apr. 5, 2010)

The newly named Shea Bridge in the outfield
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The newly named Shea Bridge in the outfield at Citi Field on Opening Day in 2010. (Apr. 5, 2010)

New signs posted outside of Citi Field prior
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New signs posted outside of Citi Field prior to 2010 Opening Day. (Apr. 4, 2010)

The original home run apple from Shea Stadium
(Credit: John Dunn)

The original home run apple from Shea Stadium is now displayed in front of Citi Field. (Apr. 4, 2010)

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Mets fans walk past a new 'Mets Moment'
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Mets fans walk past a new 'Mets Moment' plaque on the Citi Field Fan Walk the day before the 2010 season opener. (Apr. 4, 2010)

Mets fans enter the new Mets Hall of
(Credit: John Dunn)

Mets fans enter the new Mets Hall of Fame and Museum at Citi Field. (Apr. 4, 2010)

Scott Shea, grandson of Bill Shea, chases his
(Credit: John Dunn)

Scott Shea, grandson of Bill Shea, chases his three-year-old son, Hatcher, across the newly named Shea Bridge at Citi Field on 2010 Opening Day. (Apr. 5, 2010)

A packed Citi Field on Opening Day in
(Credit: John Dunn)

A packed Citi Field on Opening Day in 2010. (Apr. 5, 2010)

Mets fans view bricks on the Fan Walk
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Mets fans view bricks on the Fan Walk outside Citi Field. (Apr. 5, 2010)

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A statue of the New York Mets first
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A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. Mets reliever Tug McGraw started the slogan, 'Ya Gotta Believe.' (Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. At 18 years old, Bronx native Ed Kranepool was the Mets first ever draft pick. (Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. Willie Mays and Joan Payson are shown along with World Series rings from 1969 and 1986. (Photo by John Dunn)

A view of the Mets Hall of Fame,
(Credit: John Dunn)

A view of the Mets Hall of Fame, a new addition to Citi Field. (Apr. 4, 2010)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. (Photo by John Dunn)

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A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. (Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. The baseball that Mets' Mookie Wilson hit between the legs of Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner (6) that gave the Mets the win in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series is displayed along with a pgotograph of the moment. (Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. The baseball that Mets' Mookie Wilson hit between the legs of Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner (6) that gave the Mets the win in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series is displayed along with a pgotograph of the moment. (Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. Plaques of former Mets Bud Harrelson, Tom Seaver and Ed Kranepool are on display. (Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first
(Credit: Photo by John Dunn)

A statue of the New York Mets first manager, Casey Stengal, is on display in the new Mets Hall of Fame & Museum in Citi Field which officially opens to fans on opening day before the game against the Florida Marlins. The museum features plaques, videos, photos and mementos from 1962 to today. Plaques of members of the Mets Hall of Fame are displayed. (Photo by John Dunn)

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A fan peers through the window near a
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A fan peers through the window near a statue of Mets manager Casey Stengel, located at the just-opened New York Mets Hall of Fame Museum at Citi Field in New York, Sunday, April 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Mets fans crowd around a display at the
(Credit: AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Mets fans crowd around a display at the just-opened New York Mets Hall of Fame and Museum at Citi Field in New York, Sunday, April 4, 2010. The museum chronicles the early history of the franchise from its creation to the first years under manager Casey Stengel and through the opening of Citi Field last season. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

A fan peers through the window overlooking a
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A fan peers through the window overlooking a small statue of former New York Mets manager Casey Stengel at the just-opened Mets Hall of Fame and Museum at Citi Field in New York, Sunday, April 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Laura Lapidus of New Hyde Park, N.Y., snaps
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Laura Lapidus of New Hyde Park, N.Y., snaps a photograph of her son David at the just-opened New York Mets Hall of Fame and Museum at Citi Field in New York, Sunday, April 4, 2010. The museum chronicles the history of the franchise from it's early days through the first years under manager Casey Stengel, through two world championships, and up through the inaugural season of the the new stadium. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

New York Mets fans view team memorabilia at
(Credit: AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

New York Mets fans view team memorabilia at the just-opened New York Mets Hall of Fame and Museum at Citi Field in New York, Sunday, April 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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A statue of former Mets manager Casey Stengel
(Credit: AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

A statue of former Mets manager Casey Stengel looks out onto the just-opened New York Mets Hall of Fame and Museum at Citi Field in New York, Sunday, April 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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