[JPL] RE: The Mets Colors: Orange & Blue --- GO METS!

s8nochaser at aol.com s8nochaser at aol.com
Wed Oct 11 10:57:00 EDT 2006

I haven't read through all these posts, and sorry if this is a repeat answer.
The Mets colors are simple...........they are also the official colors of the State Of New York (check the flag), and the 'unies' are a combo of National League former NY area teams (Giants & Dodgers) as well as the pinstripes from the Bronx.
Mike Schwartz
KSJS, San Jose, CA..............formerly 40 year NYC area transplant born and raised in Queens
Can easily escort those interested to both Shea Stadium AND Louis Armstrong's house for a nominal fee;-))
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First, I agree with a couple of recent posters, let's not turn this list in  
to a sports bar.
But, I feel compelled to respond, because you're both wrong.  The Mets  
colors are orange and blue, to keep the National League connection after the  
Dodgers and Giants fled west.  Orange for the Giants, and Blue for the  Dodgers 
(Frishberg and Lasorda indeed bleed Dodger Blue).  Pinstripes are  not a color, 
and nothing of the Mets is in tribute to the Yankees.
True Mets fans might also want to check out this site:  
_www.ditchtheblack.com_ (http://www.ditchtheblack.com) 

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