On April 17, 1964, the New York Mets took the field at Shea Stadium for the very first time. On Sept. 28, 2008, the Mets played their final regular-season game at the ballpark. In between, a whole lot of history was made.
Of course, the 1969 and 1986 World Series clinching games top the list. There was also the 1964 MLB All-Star Game and the Beatles concert in 1965. Plus, so many other great moments including the 2000 Subway Series, 1973 NLCS Game 5 victory over the Reds, and the 1997 on-field ceremony retiring Jackie Robinson's No. 42.
And then there's the names. The Mets are Casey Stengel and Gil Hodges, Tom Seaver and Gary Carter, Mike Piazza and Dave Kingman, David Wright and Jose Reyes. Plus, so many more.
Our Final Game at Shea Stadium Mega Ticket commemorates the occasion, is perfect for autographs, and makes a great gift.
Overall Size: 12 (W) x 32 (H) x 3/4 (D).
DID YOU ATTEND THE FINAL GAME AT SHEA STADIUM?
If so, have your ticket made into a Personalized Mega Ticket. It's a one-of-a-kind item that will capture the memory of being there. Even if you have an E-Ticket, we can create a Personalized Mega Ticket featuring your Section, Row, and Seat. Select personalized option below as well as the ticket design/artwork that matches your ticket ($20 additional cost).
Officially licensed by MLB®, Mega Tickets® are cutting-edge wall art. They are created from authentic game tickets, enlarged 500%, printed on archival canvas, and professionally stretch-mounted. Perfect for autographs.
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