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The full nickname of the New York Mets National League Baseball Club, which began their first season of play in 1962. The team colors are blue (taken from the defunct Brooklyn Dodgers) and orange (taken from the defunct New York Baseball Giants). The Metropolitans won the World Series in 1969 and 1986. Home games are played in William A. Shea Stadium in Flushing, Queens, which is easily accessible by using the MTA 7 Train (Willets Point/Shea Stadium station on the NYC Subway - all express trains stop at Shea), LIRR, Grand Central Parkway, and the Van Wyck Expressway (Interstate 678). The team's mascot is Mr. Met, arguably the most recognizable mascot in baseball. All 162 regular season, and any additional postseason games are broadcast on WFAN (660AM), which broadcasts a 50,000 watt clear channel signal from High Island, a private island owned by Viacom next to City Island, in the Bronx. On clear nights, the signal can be heard as far south as Cuba. The flagship radio play-by-play announcer is Gary Cohen. Howie Rose calls certain innings and gives color commentary, while Ed Coleman is in charge of "Mets Extra," a broadcast that precedes and follows every Mets game. Television broadcasts will be shown on the Mets own television network, which will begin operation in the first quarter of 2006. The Metropolitans play in the National League's East Division, which also includes the Montréal Expos, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Atlanta Braves, and the (Miami) Florida Marlins. Hall of Famers who have donned the Metropolitans uniform (but were not necessarily inducted as Mets): Richie Ashburn, Yogi Berra (NYM player and manager), Gary Carter, Willie Mays, Eddie Murray, Nolan Ryan, Tom Seaver, Duke Snider, Warren Spahn, and Casey Stengel (manager). There has never been a no-hitter thrown by a Metropolitans pitcher.
Jerry from Queens is calling in to the Schmoozer to talk about his beloved New York Metropolitans.
1. noun - A ridiculous, unbelievable loss that you will likely lose sleep over. 2. verb - To let a seemingly inevitable win slip from your grasp, be it long or short term. Best used when done repeatedly. 3. adjective - Ridiculous in nature. Etymology - New York Metropolitans (Major League Baseball)
1: "Dude! How did we lose that game...?" "Don't worry about it, it was just a metropolitan." 2: "Did you see the game last night man?" "Ugh, did they pull a metropolitan on that one, or what??" 3: "You seem off today, what's wrong?" "Just having a metropolitan day, is all."
(n) The act of vomiting on another person's ass and then proceeding to violate said person anally, essentially stirring the vomit with your penis (a dildo is an acceptable substitute in the case of lesbians).
Andrew gave his fiancé a metropolitan shortly before the wedding was called off.
Songs about Metropolitan:
Catalina Kiss (Album Version) [feat. London Metropolitan Orchestra] by Acoustic Alchemy from the Album Arcanum
Hearts In Chains (Album Version) [feat. London Metropolitan Orchestra] by Acoustic Alchemy from the Album Arcanum
Kabump (02.14.13 Metropolitan Theatre, Morgantown, West Virginia) by Umphrey's McGee from the Album Hall of Fame: Class of 2013
Metropolitan Overture by Hollywood Film Music Orchestra from the Album Oscar Nights - Glamorous Fanfares for Hollywood's Red Carpet
Homecoming (Album Version) [feat. London Metropolitan Orchestra] by Acoustic Alchemy from the Album Arcanum
Jamaica Heartbeat (Album Version) [feat. London Metropolitan Orchestra] by Acoustic Alchemy from the Album Arcanum
Columbia (Album Version) [feat. London Metropolitan Orchestra] by Acoustic Alchemy from the Album Arcanum
Books about Metropolitan:
The Metropolitan Opera 2015 Wall Calendar by Metropolitan Opera (Jul 22, 2014)
The Shahnama of Shah Tahmasp: The Persian Book of Kings (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Sheila Canby (Apr 29, 2014)
Vogue and The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute: Parties, Exhibitions, People by Hamish Bowles (Sep 23, 2014)
The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by James David Draper, Edouard Papet, Elena Carrara and Nadège Horner (Mar 25, 2014)
Unique by Design: Contemporary Jewelry in the Donna Schneier Collection (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Suzanne Ramljak (Jul 15, 2014)
Photography and the American Civil War (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Jeff L. Rosenheim (May 7, 2013)
Metropolitan Life by Fran Lebowitz (Mar 13, 1978)
Movies about Metropolitan:
Metropolitan 2008 PG-13 - Runtime: 1 hr 39 mins Starring: Taylor Nicols, Chris Eigeman, et al. Directed by: Whit Stillman
GREAT MUSEUMS: The Metropolitan Museum of Art: A World of Art 2012 NR - Runtime: 51 mins Directed by: Marc and Chesney Doyle
GREAT MUSEUMS: An Acquiring Mind: Philippe de Montebello and the Metropolitan Museum of Art 2012 NR - Runtime: 58 mins Starring: Susan Stamberg Directed by: Marc Doyle and Chesney Doyle
Mozart: The Magic Flute 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 52 mins Starring: Ying Huang, Nathan Gunn, et al. Directed by: Julie Taymor and Gary Halvorson
The Metropolitan Opera [HD] 2009 NR -
Bizet: Carmen 2010 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 47 mins Starring: Elina Garanca, Roberto Alagna, et al. Directed by: Richard Eyre and Gary Halvorson
Verdi - Aida / Levine, Domingo, Millo, Metropolitan Opera 2000 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 38 mins Starring: Aprile Millo, Dolora Zajick, et al. Directed by: Brian Large
Wiki information Metropolitan:
The Metropolitan Opera is an opera company based in New York City, resident at the Metropolitan Opera House, located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The company is operated by the non-profit Metropolitan Opera Association, with Peter...
In Christian churches with episcopal polity, the rank of metropolitan bishop, or simply metropolitan, pertains to the diocesan bishop or archbishop of a metropolis; that is, the chief city of a historical Roman province, ecclesiastical province, or...