The 2012 season is all but over for the Mets, but "there's always next year" carries extra significance for New York fans heading into 2013.
Sure there's Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler to look forward to watching, but the highlight event of the year will definitely be when the Mets host the Midsummer Classic.
With the release of the All-Star Game logo last week, excitement is building all around New York as the city prepares to host the biggest and brightest stars in all of baseball.
Built in 2009, Citi Field boasts all the modern amenities a baseball fan could possibly want when hosting an All-Star Game. Here's a look at the top five features that make the ballpark in Flushing a perfect venue for the game.