Shea Stadium was a circular multisport stadium that opened as part of the 1964 World's Fair. It proved to be ideal for neither baseball nor the NFL.<br><br>The red brick exterior of Citi Field frames its arched entries, leading into a massive rotunda that evokes Ebbets Field and simpler times.
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The centerfield display, which sits above the visiting team's bullpen, is 50 feet high by 70 feet wide.
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The home dugout from the first base side.
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Looking out from the Acela Club in left field.
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Citi Field can accommodate up to 150 writers in the main press box.
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Players can rehab in the whirlpool in the home training room.
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And jump from one pool to another form of pool.
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A view of the Mets state of the art training facility.
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A monument to Jackie Robinson sits at the main entrance to Citi Field.
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Inside the clubhouse.
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The batting cages.
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The "Taste of the City" food court includes several of New York's favorite restaurants.
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Mr. Met's Kiddie Field is the feature attraction in the 2K Sports Fanfest concourse near centerfield.
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Citi Field has 42,000 seats.
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It features 39 Empire Suites (pictured), 10 Sterling Suites and five Empire Party Suites.
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The Caesar's Club.
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Citi Field Fanwalk, outside the Jackie Robinson Rotunda.
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Modell's Clubhouse offers groups an eye-level view of the game.
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