Camden Yards is overrun with Mets fans during a 5-3 victory Tuesday night.
The Mets were officially the road team in Baltimore Tuesday night, but thanks to a huge throng of fans – including Goat Boy himself Jim Breuer – it felt like another night at Citi Field.
The famous – at least in Queens – 7 Line Army made the trek to Camden Yarks for Tuesday’s game and certainly made their presence felt.
7 Line creator Darren Meenan, who has organized trips to other road games, tweeted a picture before the game of himself and Breur – the former SNL star who has recently been posting videos to YouTube celebrating Mets wins – in the 7 Line party bus.
The fans were so loud, even Mets players said it made a difference in the game.
“That was awesome that the 7 Line was here,” said winning pitcher Jacob deGrom. “It almost felt like we were playing at home, the support the fans are giving us at other ballparks, it feels real good.
Darren Meenan of the 7 Line and comic Jim Breuer head down to Baltimore.
Even Terry Collins gave the fans a shoutout after the 5-3 win.
“The 7 Line was here tonight, they’re unbelievable when they come, when they show up,” said Collins. “If you’re a player, my gosh almighty, how can you feel tired or fatigued when you’ve got that atmosphere to go on?
“If you’re a baseball player or baseball fan, you’ve got to see what it’s like to win in New York City. There’s nothing like it.”
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