5 Steps to Turning Citi Field into an Intimidating Atmosphere for Opponents

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5 Steps to Turning Citi Field into an Intimidating Atmosphere for Opponents
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Four teams in Major League Baseball won more games on the road than they did at home over the course of the 2012 season.

The New York Mets were one of those teams (along with the Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins).

Terry Collins' saw his team finish 36-45 at Citi Field, a record that is inexcusable and unacceptable for a team playing in New York.

Despite the fences being moved in prior to the season, the Mets were unable to generate much offense in Queens.

Something needs to be done about the poor play at home or nobody is going to buy tickets, meaning it could be awhile before the franchise climbs out of its financial hole.

Enough of the doom and gloom, though, here are five steps to turning Citi Field into an intimidating atmosphere for opponents.

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