Sports offer us hope, promise, excitement, disappointment and very few guarantees.
One of those guarantees? Free T-shirts!
Ever see all the fans in a section remain in their seats when T-shirts are being thrown or shot from a cannon into the stands? Nope.
The Mets are taking that a step further in 2015 with their "Free T-Shirt Fridays" promotion. All fans attending a Friday night game at Citi Field this season will receive a free T-shirt. Have a look at the designs being featured in 2015 below. (Note: Some designs may be changed or modified before game day.)
April 17 vs. Miami Marlins
"The Dark Knight of Gotham" returns for the Mets this season, so what better way to kick off Free T-Shirt Friday at Citi Field than a black T-shirt of Matt Harvey. There's a decent chance Harvey could be in line to start this game as well.
May 1 vs. Washington Nationals
The T-shirt honors the Mets' inaugural season of 1962.
May 15 vs. Milwaukee Brewers
This T-shirt design seems to be inspired by exterior designs from Shea Stadium, the team's old ballpark.
May 29 vs. Miami Marlins
June 12 vs. Atlanta Braves
Gold Glove centerfielder Juan Lagares is the subject of this T-shirt design.
June 26 vs. Cincinnati Reds
This design features Mets captain David Wright.
July 10 vs. Arizona Diamonbacks
This T-shirt features five small icons.
July 24 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
The hair of Mets 2014 rookie of the year Jacob deGrom is silohuetted on this T-shirt design.
July 13 vs. Washington Nationals
This T-shirt features the Mets' logo written within the shape of New York State.
Aug. 14 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
The T-shirt features Mr. Met.
Aug. 28 vs. Boston Red Sox
Sept. 18 vs. the Yankees
This orange T-shirt features the Mets logo and the city written twice, a nod to the Subway Series.
Oct. 10 vs. Washington Nationals
The design for this final free T-shirt of the 2015 season for the Mets focuses on the team's retired numbers.
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