Citi Field will look a little different

New team Hall of Fame should please Mets fans, among several other changes

Updated: April 5, 2010, 9:06 AM ET
By Adam Rubin | ESPNNewYork.com

The New York Mets' first season at Citi Field led to an outcry among fans, who bemoaned more than the team's on-the-field play while it posted 92 losses.

Although the $800 million ballpark generally received positive reviews for its intimacy compared with the cathedral to excess that rose in the Bronx, the stadium still gnawed at the Flushing faithful. The issue: Citi Field seemed more dedicated to principal owner Fred Wilpon's beloved Brooklyn Dodgers than it did to actual Mets history.

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