Congratulations to Antonio Labriola of Mamaroneck, who correctly answered the first Mets Contest question: In the Jackie Robinson Rotunda at Citi Field, what does it say on the floor under the heading Courage?
The answer is: “In 1947, Jackie broke baseball’s color barrier, becoming the first African-American player in Major League Baseball’s modern era, opening doors for generations of Americans.”
Labriola was randomly selected among the correct entries and will be receiving a copy of the New York Mets Essential Games of Shea Stadium DVD set.
This week’s question is: Which former Mets player is the Mets broadcast booth named after?
Each week, we’ll ask a question related to Citi Field. We’ll then take all the names of people who got the question correct and put them in a random drawing. Each winner will receive either the “The New York Mets: Essential Games of Shea Stadium DVD Set” or “The NY Mets 1986 World Series Collector’s Edition DVD Set.” Only one prize per winner will be given out.
Check back every Monday at http://mets.lohudblogs.com to see that week’s question.