@thatmetschick (Admin)

23 year old die hard Mets fan. Born and raised on Long Island. Played 4 years of college softball. Center field and right field were my main positions. I was also a switch hitter. My current favorite Mets players are Michael Conforto and Brandon Nimmo.

“People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.”- Rogers Hornsby

@jack_hendon99 (Contributor)

I’m a sophomore at Haverford College, special assistant/statistician for the baseball team, soon-to-be English major, and contributor for ThatMetsChick as well as MetsMerized Online. I’ve been a fan since 2006 and am still looking to see my team win a World Series, but will sit through the shenanigans if that’s what it takes.

“If what you did yesterday still looks big today, you haven’t done much today.”-David Wright

 

@christinamets15  (Contributor)

26 years old and an MFA candidate at Emerson College in Boston. Born in Staten Island, NY, but spent a majority of my life in Florida, the end result being a BA in English from the University of Florida. Constantly hopeful that Women’s Baseball becomes a thing. When I played in little league, I was a pitcher and shortstop. Sports, in general, have been a major interest and influence since childhood.

“The purpose of a writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself.” –Albert Camus

 

@MarissaMets (Contributor)

20 year old born and raised a Mets fan in Central NY. Now currently lie in AZ and spend most of my time either there or in Pittsburgh as a student at the University of Pittsburgh. Baseball is my true love.

@Metsgal (Contributor)

Mid-30 long suffering Mets fan. Been a fan since birth, with my favorite memory being the 1999 NLCS where Robin Ventura hit the Grand Slam Single. I travel around the country to see the ballparks and my first baseball crush was Jeff Kent.

 

@bandergaard  (Contributor) 

17 years old and currently living in Atlanta Georgia. My mother gave birth to me with a mets game playing in the back and I’ve been a fan ever since.

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