Yankees officials prevent Mets “7LineArmy” invasion 

By Gem Tablak 

SMH!! The Yankees have apparently given “The 7Line Army” limited seating that would also be spread out instead of the infamous group owning their own full section. I urge fans to ignore this & still buyout the tickets neighboring those areas the 7Line is being limited to. 

The war/battle is on & the only way the Yankees are a better franchise is if you judge their performances during the deadball era, otherwise the Yankees should switch their network over to the “History Channel”.

We all know that team officials will probably start to take action due to the Mets fans chanting louder & showing more support, but that won’t stop the dedicated fans that make those trips. That won’t stop the dedicated fans that stay up on west coast stretches, no. All it does is prove how much we care, not just about the team but each an every individual player. 

So you officials can try to stop us Mets fans from gathering together all you want, but you’ll never stop our unity regardless if you’re apart of the 7Line Army or not. You’ll never be able to separate the fans no matter how hard you try, however, challenge accepted MLB. 

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10 Comments

  1. While I totally agree with your point, don’t you proof read before you publish? The amount of grammatical mistakes in this article would give your old high school English teacher a stroke.

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  2. So the author of this post was very inaccurate and never contacted Darren who runs the7line. Here’s from the The7line.com and Darren himself.

    T7LA Bronx Invasion is cancelled.

    Mar 26, 2017

    As you guys know, every year since 2013, The 7 Line Army has made the Bronx Invasion a part of our away schedule. Unfortunately, this year, that tradition is going to end.

    2013: 300 tickets

    2014: 500 tickets

    2015: 1,300 tickets

    2016: 1,000 tickets (500 to each game of the 2)

    Our trip to the Bronx has grown each year, so much so that last season we had 500 tickets to each game. But as the outing grew, the Yankees had a harder time accommodating us. In 2016, our group was spread out among too many sections, and we weren’t crazy about the result. To us, it didn’t feel like an outing, and a lot of people on the end sections suffered the most. That’s just not what we want. We told the Yankees we weren’t happy with the set up and that we would have to find a better solution for 2017.

    But that’s not in the cards, and the Yankees have told us the only option is to have the seating set up the same as last year. Spread out over multiple sections and this year only in rows 4-7. Not in the solid block that we are accustomed to. We understand that, even after all these years, the Subway Series is still a hot ticket, and demand is big, so we’re going to gracefully decline the Yankees’ offer and forego a Bronx Invasion for this year. Instead, we’ll work on a gathering for us all to be together to watch the game. Stay tuned for more on that.

    Our goal with every outing, home or away, is to make it feel like a fun, festive atmosphere; a night out with friends new and old at the ballpark. If we can’t achieve that, it’s just not worth doing, no matter where the game is.

    Hopefully we can work with the Yankees again in the future, and we’ll still be rolling deep at Citi Field to see our boys beat the Bombers. We’ll just have to do it only on our turf this year.

    Thanks for your understanding. The games at Citi Field will go up in a few weeks, so if you’re looking to catch the Subway Series with us, we hope you’ll scoop up tickets for those two outings.

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    1. I’ll continue to show the screenshots of who I’m talking about as my source w/ friends just to show how little you know & to show people how your group eagerly responds. Men contact each other & see where the info came from, not go on a little Twitter rant. It’s ok though, you’ll see it when you see it.

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      1. If the info didn’t come from Darren who is the owner of The7line and is the one who is in contact with the Yankees putting the outing together, then your “source” is wrong. Just admit your mistake. I just gave you the whole story from Darren. You could have watched the Orange and Blue thing to get the story. But you have a “source”. Obviously not a good one.

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